Sir Fraser and Dr. Botros will provide an overview about the latest advancements in the field of functional nano-materials with molecular precision, and about Sir Fraser’s scientific contributions and inventions in the field of nanotechnology. There will be a roundtable discussion about the potential disruptive applications of these technologies in the areas of clean energy, water desalination and health; the feasibility of technology transfer to the UAE and the implications to the existing relevant industries.
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In a very rare opportunity, Waseela is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a roundtable discussion for industry and business leaders in UAE with:
THE DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS WILL PRESENT AND DISCUSS THE Latest Developments in Molecularly-Engineered Functional Nanomaterials and their Potential Disruptive Applications
An industry that is projected to reach $ ONE TRILLION BY 2030
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Sir Fraser Stoddart, who was knighted by her majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is a highly-recognized scientist worldwide who pioneered research and innovations in the areas of functional and mechanically-interlocked nano-materials. His scientific contributions have led to disruptive new breakthroughs including the synthesis of the molecular machines, smallest machines ever created by human, which led him to the 2016 Nobel Prize. Sir Fraser has been recognized by many prestigious awards and many world leaders; you can find more information about his recognitions at: https://www.panaceanano.com/sir-fraser-stoddart-cto
Dr Youssry Botros is the ex-director of Nanotechnology R & D programs at Intel Corporation where he spent more than 16 years leading and managing critical research programs and initiatives in the fields of nanotechnology and functional nanomaterials. In 2015, he co-founded PananaceaNano alongside Sir Fraser.
Imagine the impact on industries and people’s life when the following products become available at a large scale:
- Devices that convert pollution in the air into a stored clean energy
- Organic paint that can generate electricity from solar energy
- Flexible and organic batteries, that are environmental friendly
- Materials that can extract sweet water from seawater with little or no energy
- Materials that can extract pure water from air with little or no energy
- Nano robots (nanobots) that are smaller than viruses and can navigate into our bodies to cure diseases
- Computer memory chip that is smaller than a white blood cell
- Organic Nano reservoirs that control the delivery of medicines and supplements into our bodies
Using molecularly-engineered functional nanomaterials, many inventions and prototypes have been produced at Sir Fraser’s labs that opened the door for potentially large-scale and low-cost production of many of the above products, which were considered until a recent time science fiction.