Free Webinar – Covid recovery: What can the nanotechnology industry do next?

We previously hosted a free webinar in 2021, which was a huge success. 

The webinar focused on what steps the Nanotechnology Industry can take now to prepare for a post-Covid rebuild? With key speakers from Graphene@Manchester, Nanotechnology Industry Association, Cerion Nanomaterials and Promethean Particles.

View on demand for free

    Key questions covered:

    • What has changed for nanotechnology manufacturing as a result of the pandemic? How can companies overcome the current economic challenges?
    • How might things be rebuilt in a new form? Which industries are likely to transform and how can nanotechnology form part of the recovery post-Covid?
    • How can nanotechnology organisations expedite nanomaterial production scale-up?

    Moderator and Panellists:


    • James Baker, CEO, Graphene@Manchester


    • Dr Claire Skentelbery, Director General, Nanotechnology Industry Association
    • Landon Mertz, CEO, Cerion Nanomaterials
    • Dr Selina Ambrose, Technical Manager, Promethean Particles

    Reasons to view:

    • Find out what has changed for nanomaterials as a result of Covid-19 and hear from your peers who are finding new ways to succeed
    • Hear from our expert panel sharing insight on the challenges of scale-up and how to avoid the ‘valley of death’
    • Share ideas with others on what the world might look like after Covid-19 and how nanomaterials can contribute in practical terms
    • Understand what changes are likely from policy and funding shifts as a result of the pandemic and Brexit


    • The webinar will take place on Zoom and last 1 hour 15 mins including questions
    • This webinar will be an open discussion between panellists and we expect it to be highly interactive; including audience polls, dedicated Q&A time and the opportunity to share your own insight with peers
    • Q&A will be open throughout but all questions will be explored at the end
    • Joining instructions will be shared after registration