Annual ‘Research Bridges’ Event TodayJune 6, 2014 6:56am
The Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park welcomed over 100 graduate students from Western University’s Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Department Friday.
It was part of the park’s fifth annual Research Bridges event.
Bowman Centre Director Katherine Albion says students made 12 presentations on a number of topics including fluidization and particle technology.
Albion says the keynote speaker was Sandy Marshall of Bio Industrial Innovation Canada.
He talked about the history of research activities in Sarnia-Lambton and promoting the “research renaissance ” occurring in the area.
Fluidization & Particle Technology
First Place: Joseph Donohue
Second Place: Angel Lanza
Energy & Nanomaterials
First Place: Ghodsieh Malekshoar
Second Place: Anastasia Colomba
Biotechnology & Environment
First Place: Ana Maria Aguirre
Second Place: Ferdinando Crapulli
Awards for poster presentations to:
First Place: Valerie Orr
Second Place: Alfredo Martinez-Igelsias