Since the pioneering work of John Francis Cooley in 1990, electrospinning has become a widely adopted nanostructuring technique due to its versatility in producing continuous fibers fown to the range of a few nanometers. This special characteristic has promoted the use of electrospun nanofibers in a wide range of applications including filtration, tissue engineering, drug delivery, cosmetics, electronics, sensors and energy.


In view of providing a platform for the exchange of information on the latest advances and challenges in electrospinning technology and its applications, the Centre of Advanced Materials (CAM), Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya and the National Nanotechnology Centre (NNC) of MESTECC jointly organize the National Electrospinning Workshop, NEW2019 in collaboration with Nanolab Instruments Sdn Bhd. In this workshop, a series of public lectures will be delivered by researchers/specialist on topics related to electrospinning.



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