Last chance to register for Materials Protecting Society, 20 September 2017
The Institute’s newest conference series, Materials Protecting Society, is launching this Wednesday in London, UK. Delegates can sign up online to attend the event. Deadline for registration is 19 September 2017.
The must see event will provide an overview on how society can respond to modern-day challenges such as terrorism, natural disasters, climate change and an ageing population.
Keynote speakers will set out to address these high level challenges and will open discussion for how sectors including, manufacturing, construction, transport, environment and health, will feature in working towards solutions.
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Protecting the Environment
Moving Towards a Circular Economy
Dale Walker, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
A Life Cycle Approach Towards Sustainability
Louis Brimacombe, Chairman, Sustainable Development Group, IOM3
How materials are critical to protecting our population: a case study on prescription drug abuse
Gemma Budd, Lucideon
Protecting People: Military, Police and Other Blue-Light Services
Dr Debra Carr, Cranfield Defence & Security
Developing a Resilient Infrastructure
Materials Protecting Society: Buildings and Infrastructure
Peter Bonfield, CEO, Building Research Establishment
Sustainable Production and Management of Resources for Secure and Thriving Society
Ewa Bloch, Innovate UK - Urban Living & International
Protecting Our Future
Future Materials Cycles
Professor Steve Evans, Institute of Manufacturing, Cambridge University
Buildings as Power Stations: A transformation in energy based on smart materials
Kevin Bygate, CEO, Specific