SSPC News & Events

SSPC Co-Director Prof. Mike Zaworotko receives IRC Advanced Laureate Award

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The Irish Research Council is to fund 12 researchers to the tune of almost €12m under the 2019 Advanced Laureate Awards programme. Prof. Michael Zaworotko, one of the researchers, will be designing, discovering and developing a new generation of advanced materials for low-cost, energy-efficient approach to physical adsorption of gases for storage at the University of Limerick.

SSPC actively seeking candidates Marie Sklodowska Curie Fellowship applications

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SSPC welcomes applications from experienced researchers via the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships scheme. In order to secure funding, the experienced researcher must develop a proposal with the host Institute of his/her choice by September 11, 2019. Contact SSPC Funding Manager, Donal.Killackey@ul.ie for more information.

Six Years In The Making: SSPC Strand 1 & 2 Showcase hosted by Pfizer

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Kindly hosted and sponsored by Pfizer on Friday, February 22, 2019 at Raffeen Golf Club. The event, Six Years In The Making, highlighted SSPC research achievements specific to the Strand 1 (Molecules) and Strand 2 (Materials) research programme. A selection of posters from each strand were presented with a complete list of Centre publications arising from SSPC activity in the period June 2013 to December 2018.

SSPC visit 7 companies in 4 states in 3 days after SFI St. Patrick's Day Science Medal event

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SSPC’s Co-Directors Prof. Gavin Walker and Michael Zaworotko, Executive Director Dr Denise Croker and Industry Engagement Manager, Aisling Arthur, attended the SFI St. Patrick’s Day Science Medal event in Boston. An event recognising US-based scientists for their contributions to research and industry. The 2019 medals were presented to Prof. Eamonn Quigley, chief of gasteoenterology and hepatology, Houston Methodist Hospital and Michael Mahoney, CEO of Boston Scientific.

Dr Luis Padrela wins at the Irish Laboratory Awards

Congratulations to Dr Luis Padrela on winning Laboratory Staff Member of the Year at the Irish Laboratory Awards. Luis, a lecturer in Bioprocess Engineering at Chemical Science Dept. and a Investigator in SSPC and the Bernal Institute, University of Limerick won the award for his work in Biopharmaceutical and Pharmaceutical Particle Engineering, Nanotechnologies and Continuous Manufacturing. He has developed industrial expertise in Quality by Design, scale-up methods and particle engineering technologies for small and large molecule APIs with particular emphasis to spray drying of monoclonal antibodies. He has worked within the highest standards of quality in the pharma industry (GLP, GMP).

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