Friday, October 8, 2021

Register for the "Polymers can do wonders: From vaccine delivery to cancer therapy" CSE public lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 19

“Polymers can do wonders: From vaccine delivery to cancer therapy,” the first in the new Rising to the Moment public lecture series, examines the possibilities for needle-free vaccines of the future. Join the CSE community on Tuesday, Oct. 19 at noon Central Time for the free lecture. Advance registration is required.
Hear about the future of needle-free vaccines!

Join the CSE community for “Polymers can do wonders: From vaccine delivery to cancer therapy,” the first in the new Rising to the Moment public lecture series. The lecture is free and open to the public, and advance registration is required to receive the Zoom webinar link.

Polymers can do wonders: From vaccine delivery to cancer therapy
Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021
Noon Central Time
Learn more and register for the lecture 

Department of Biomedical Engineering Associate Professor Chun Wang, whose polymer “wafer” technology, when placed under the tongue, can effectively deliver and preserve protein-based vaccines, could open the door for needle-free vaccines that can be more easily produced and distributed to communities around the world.

The CSE Lecture Series showcases top faculty from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering sharing their research and answering audience questions.

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