Formulations to sanitise surfaces have reached the forefront of our daily lives in the effort to prevent the SARS-CoV-2 virus from spreading, protecting our loved-ones and the vulnerable. Production and sales of hand sanitisers and surface disinfectants soared in response to the pandemic with many new producers entering the market.
During this event, we will explore the science behind the sanitisation of skin and their surfaces, how can these deliver efficacy whilst remaining affordable, legally compliant safe and profitable for the manufacturers.
A year on from the onset of the pandemic, what lessons have been learned and what scientific challenges remain? Given that sanitisers are now a cultural norm, can science deliver innovation in their formulation?
This event is for industrial and academic participants interested in the scientific challenges behind creating effective sanitisation products given the, sometimes competing, requirements of efficacy, affordability, formulation stability, safety and supply.
12.00 Welcome and introduction
12.10 Viral infection Control on Surfaces, an Industry & Application perspective
Dr Jean-Marie Cols, Principle Chemist at Bioquell UK Ltd
12.40 Disinfectants – Front line tools for use in the control of virus driven pandemics
David Ashworth, Klarus Consulting Ltd
13.10 The soft matter science of sanitising
Professor Wilson Poon and Dr Job Thijssen, University of Edinburgh
13.40 Panel Q&A
14.00 Webinar end
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Tiffany Wood, University of Edinburgh
Carl Roeschlaub, Alcohols Limited
Jim Bullock, iFormulate Ltd