December 18, 2017, by Editor
School of Pharmacy Research Blog May – July 2017
Welcome to our research blog, bringing you highlights from the latest edition of the School of Pharmacy Journal, a quarterly collection of publications and press releases.
This edition continues to demonstrate the breadth and depth of the research undertaken
across the School of Pharmacy in Nottingham and Malaysia. A particular highlight is a
paper in Science authored by Adam Celiz of our Advanced Materials and Healthcare
Technologies division entitled “Tough Adhesives for Diverse Wet Surfaces” which reports the development and application of a ‘bioinspired’ multi-layered adhesive that permits non-harmful adhesion to wet surfaces that will have wide-spread application in areas including tissue adhesives, wound dressings, and tissue repair.
The extent of interest in the work expressed through social media has been considerable
and very pleasing. We continue to work to enable our research to make positive impact in healthcare, and this work carried out by Adam is a fine example of our efforts.
The papers also exemplify our cross institutional and collaborative research, with articles co-authored by colleagues in Chemistry, Engineering, Life Sciences, Medicine, Psychology, and Veterinary and Medical Sciences, and collaborators at Birmingham, Dublin, Leicester, Glasgow, Harvard, to name but a few.