ONE of the world’s leading scientists will be giving a seminar in Sunderland tomorrow.
Egyptian scientist, Professor Sherif El-Safty, who was nominated for a Nobel Prize in chemistry after developing a substance to remove radioactive material from water, will be visiting the University of Sunderland to talk about the benefits of nanotechnology.
His talk, 21st Century Nanotechnology: Unlocking the Power of Nano, will take place at the Sir Tom Cowie Campus.
Professor El-Safty’s talk is part of the University of Sunderland’s Digital Innovation Research Beacon Seminar and begins at noon. For more information visit www.sunderland.ac.uk/beacon-di/upcomingevents.