Daniel Aili has been invited to participate in STS Forum in Kyoto, Japan, 30 Sept- 3 Oct 2017.
The Science and Technology in Society (STS) forum aims to provide a new mechanism for open discussions on an informal basis, and to build a human network that would, in time, resolve the new types of problems stemming from the application of science and technology. The forum community will also explore the opportunities arising from science and technology, and address how to remove the barriers to using science and technology to solve the problems facing humankind.
In addition, the “Future Leaders Program” aims to invite as many as 100 young, promising leaders to attend the STS forum Annual Meeting and the special event “Dialogue between Future Leaders and Nobel Laureates”. They can attend all the sessions of the forum and enjoy interactive dialogues in the sessions. They will also reap the benefit of building their network with top world leaders (scientists including Nobel laureates, academics, policy makers, business leaders, journalists and others) as well as their peers.
We have a new paper accepted in Macromolecules! Links will be provided to the paper as soon it is available for download.
R. Selegård, Z. Rouhbakhsh, H. Shirani, L. Johansson, P. Norman, M. Linares, D. Aili, P. K. Nilsson, "Distinct electrostatic interactions governs the chiro-optical properties and architectural arrangement of peptide-oligothiophene hybrid materials", Macromolecules, 2017, Accepted.