On November 16th, 2007, the Inaugural Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture was delivered by Professor Kristi Kiick from the University of Delaware. In her inspiring talk entitled, “Tailoring Macromolecular Interactions through Designed Multivalent Architectures,” Kristi continuously motivated each aspect of the pioneering research, keeping the audience captivated. Held in Hall of Languages from noon to 2pm, the Lecture was attended by over 100 faculty, staff, guests, and off-campus visitors. The crowd was truly interdisciplinary, as indicated by the variety of questions asked (and answered!) following Dr. Kiick’s outstanding lecture. Enjoy these snapshots from the event!
Inaugural Stevenson Biomaterials Lecture