1. Some told and untold stories about practical benefits of most abundant polysaccharides
    Jacek K. Dutkiewicz, BUCKEYE, USA
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  2. Of oranges and mayonnaise:The mathematics of packing spheres
    Rob Farr and Rob Groot, Unilever, The Netherlands
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  3. Ionic polysaccharides, solubility, interactions with surfactants, particle formation, and deposition
    Björn Lindman, Lund University, Sweden
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  4. The polysaccharide literature-A journal editor’s perspective
    John Mitchell, Biopolymer Solutions Ltd., UK
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  5. Recent developments in cellulose characterization
    Antje Potthast, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
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  6. Surface chemistry and charge of cellulosic fibres
    Per Stenius, Aalto University, Helsinki/Espoo, Finland
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  7. Analysing multicomponent systems with chemometrics
    Nikolaus Wellner, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK
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  8. Quality requirements of the dry-wet spinning process – analysis of raw materials, solutions and fibers
    Frank Wendler, Birgit Kosan, Thomas Schulze, Frank Meister, TITK/OMPG, Germany
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  9. Behaviour of two cellulosic derivatives in aqueous solutions: charged carboxymethylcellulose and neutral methylcellulose
    Marguerite Rinaudo, CERMAV, Grenoble, France
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  10. Application of chitosan in medical devices design
    Marcin H. Struszczyk, Institute of Security Technologies “MORATEX”, Łódź, Poland
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  11. Plant cell wall particle dispersions: modelling of structure and rheological properties
    Li Day, CSIRO, Australia
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  12. Novel functionalities of mixed polysaccharides
    Timothy J. Foster, University of Nottingham, UK
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  13. Thermal analysis of polysaccharides – Mechanical methods
    John Mitchell, Biopolymer Solutions Ltd., UK
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  14. Environmental Life Cycle Assessment– Principles, challenges and application
    Martin Patel, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
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  15. Crystal structure of natural polymers as the factor defining their properties and solubility
    Elena Sashina, St. Petersburg University, Russia
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  16. Vibrational spectroscopy study of starch and cell wall polysaccharide structures
    Nikolaus Wellner, Institute of Food Research, UK
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  17. Researchers Careers
    Discussion Forum
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  18. Presentation Skills
    Timothy J. Foster, University of Nottingham, UK
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  19. Hydrocolloids Structure and Properties. The building blocks for structure
    Timothy J. Foster, University of Nottingham, UK
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  20. Starch as a Hydrocolloid. Why is Starch the Most Important Food Thickener?
    John Mitchell, Biopolymer Solutions Ltd., UK
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  21. Non-Food Uses of Polysaccharides
    John Mitchell, Biopolymer Solutions Ltd., UK
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  22. Polysaccharides in the Foods Industry
    Alois Popp & Robert Farr, Unilever, Netherlands
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  23. From the Laboratory to the Marketplace
    Robert Farr, Unilever, Netherlands
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  24. Dynamic Rheology
    Volker Ribitsch, University of Graz, Austria
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  25. Lenzing Group-Leading Fiber Innovation
    Peter Bartsch, Lenzing AG, Austria
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  26. Hydrodynamic Characterisation
    Stephen Harding, University of Nottingham, UK
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  27. Organic Chemistry with Cellulose
    Thomas Heinze, Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany
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  28. Interfacial Behaviour of Ampiphilic Molecules: Adsorption of Surfactants and Polymers on Solid Surfaces
    Björn Lindman, Lund University, Sweden
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  29. Rheology and Flow-Induced Structures in Polysaccharide-Based Materials
    Patrick Navard, CEMEF, France
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  30. IPR, Innovation, Patents – What is it? What for?
    Cornelia Rhomberg, University of Innsbruck, Austria
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  31. Application of Quantum Chemical Calculations for Intermolecular Interaction Study of Natural Polymers with Imidazolium-based Ionic Liquids
    Elena Sashina, St. Petersburg University, Russia
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  32. Grants and grant writing
    Laurence Gardiner, University of Nottingham, UK
    Brief guidelines on how to write successful grant proposals
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  33. Recognizing the Commercial Potential of Research
    Laurence Gardiner, University of Nottingham, UK
    Introduction to issues of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in research
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  34. Projects in the Seventh Framework Programme
    Friedrich Gaigg, University of Innsbruck, Austria
    Overview of the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme
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  35. Self-assembly Structures of Block Copolymers in Selective Solvents and of Polysaccharide – Surfactant Mixtures
    Björn Lindman, Lund University, Sweden
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Guest Lectures
Lectures from Prof. Stephen Harding (University of Nottingham, UK) at Kompetenzzentrum Polysaccharidforschung, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, Germany, Feb 08-11, 2010 and June 30 – July 1, 2010

  1. Albert Einstein and the Viscosity of Macromolecules
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  2. Light Scattering and SEC-MALLs
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  3. Dynamic Light Scattering
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  4. Analytical Ultracentrifugation I
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  5. Analytical Ultracentrifugation II: Interactions
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  6. Macromolecules as BioPharma mucoadhesives
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  7. Macromolecules as vaccines
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  8. Stability in response to Bioprocessing I. Thermal Processing, D, z and F values
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  9. Stability in response to Bioprocessing II: Irradiation and freezing
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  10. The use of non-recombining parts of the Y-chromosomal DNA and mitochondrial DNA as a probe into our past
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