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UKZN Invitation: Official Launch of The Peptide Sciences Laboratory, and the Laser Chemical Vapour Deposition and Thin Films Laboratory - Wed , 7 March 2018

February 27, 2018

The two laboratories are expected to have a strong footprint in the pharmaceutical and material sciences environment. This is aligned with one of our key strategies, which is to strengthen our relationship with industrial partners to build long-term research collaborations. On 7 March, the School will be having an informal engagement session where people from industry can meet our staff and have a tour of our facilities

Dear Alumnus

The School of Chemistry and Physics cordially invites you to the official opening of the Peptide Sciences Laboratory, and the Laser Chemical Vapour Deposition and Thin Films Laboratory.

The two laboratories are expected to have a strong footprint in the pharmaceutical and material sciences environment. This is aligned with one of our key strategies, which is to strengthen our relationship with industrial partners to build long-term research collaborations.

On 7 March, the School will be having an informal engagement session where people from industry can meet our staff and have a tour of our facilities (10h30-13h45). The official launch will take place at 14h00, followed by a cocktail evening.

We hope you will join us on this day to engage and celebrate the opening of our laboratories.

Date: Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Venue: Building H (Chemistry and Physics), Westville Campus

Programme: 10h30 to 13h45 - Laboratory tour: Tea Lounge, 3rd floor. Official Opening: 14h00 - FSA Room, 2nd floor

Please click here to view the invitation and programme.

Yours sincerely,
Professor Ross Robinson
Dean and Head, School of Chemistry & Physics


To RSVP, CLICK HERE: by no later than Friday, 2 March 2018 (Do not use MS Explorer)

ENQUIRIES: Leena Rajpal, Email: rajpall@ukzn.ac.za Tel: 031 2607065/ 8740/ 7878

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