44 min

Professor Robert Hill & Richard Whatley - Series 3 Smile Revolution Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

This podcast is going to get you thinking more about toothpaste, thanks to my outstanding interviewees Professor Robert Hill, and Richard Whatley. Throughout this podcast we delve into the science behind the fascinating toothpaste BioMin F.

To sign up to the BioMin Newsletter please go to the landing page of www.biomin.co.uk, go to the bottom of the page and sign up!!

To learn more about BioMinF - https://biomin.co.uk/products/biomintm-f-toothpaste

Watch Professor Robert Hills Lecture - https://www.qmul.ac.uk/dentistry/people/profiles/professorroberthill.html

About the Interviewees

Professor Robert Hill is a Materials Engineer with a Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College. In his early career he worked with Alan Wilson on Glass Ionomer Cements (GIC)s and in 1988 was part of the Group that won the Queens Award. He was formerly Professor of Biomaterials at Imperial College.Robert Hill is the inventor of Serenocem® a GIC for ENT surgery and a co inventor of Ultradex Recalcifying and Whitening – a nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste. In 2013 he won the Alan Wilson prize for Dental Materials and led the group that won the Armourers and Brasiers Venture Prize. In 2014 he founded BIoMin Technologies Ltd (see www.biomin.co.uk) a Queen Mary Spin out company based on key patents filed on Fluoride Containing Bioactive Glasses. The company produces Bioactive Glass Remineralising Hypersensitivity toothpastes that are sold in Europe, China, India and Australia.

He is a member of TC4 of the International Congress of Glass that deals with Medical and Dental Glasses and TC7 that deals with Glass-ceramics.

Richard Whatley - Chief executive officer for Biomin technologies
With 30 years’ experience of operational and strategic sales and marketing management for the global Dental Industry, both B2B and B2C. Innovative and motivated team leader who offers extensive experience in identifying new market opportunities, fund-raising, planning and implementing sales and marketing strategies, establishing and managing profitable distribution and supply networks in all major markets. Highly numerate, skilled in staff search, recruitment and supervision, product and skills training, networking with KOLs, global distributor establishment, management and retention. Excellent communicator and mentor, adept at working in multi-cultural environments and influencing at all levels in an organisation.

This podcast is going to get you thinking more about toothpaste, thanks to my outstanding interviewees Professor Robert Hill, and Richard Whatley. Throughout this podcast we delve into the science behind the fascinating toothpaste BioMin F.

To sign up to the BioMin Newsletter please go to the landing page of www.biomin.co.uk, go to the bottom of the page and sign up!!

To learn more about BioMinF - https://biomin.co.uk/products/biomintm-f-toothpaste

Watch Professor Robert Hills Lecture - https://www.qmul.ac.uk/dentistry/people/profiles/professorroberthill.html

About the Interviewees

Professor Robert Hill is a Materials Engineer with a Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College. In his early career he worked with Alan Wilson on Glass Ionomer Cements (GIC)s and in 1988 was part of the Group that won the Queens Award. He was formerly Professor of Biomaterials at Imperial College.Robert Hill is the inventor of Serenocem® a GIC for ENT surgery and a co inventor of Ultradex Recalcifying and Whitening – a nano hydroxyapatite toothpaste. In 2013 he won the Alan Wilson prize for Dental Materials and led the group that won the Armourers and Brasiers Venture Prize. In 2014 he founded BIoMin Technologies Ltd (see www.biomin.co.uk) a Queen Mary Spin out company based on key patents filed on Fluoride Containing Bioactive Glasses. The company produces Bioactive Glass Remineralising Hypersensitivity toothpastes that are sold in Europe, China, India and Australia.

He is a member of TC4 of the International Congress of Glass that deals with Medical and Dental Glasses and TC7 that deals with Glass-ceramics.

Richard Whatley - Chief executive officer for Biomin technologies
With 30 years’ experience of operational and strategic sales and marketing management for the global Dental Industry, both B2B and B2C. Innovative and motivated team leader who offers extensive experience in identifying new market opportunities, fund-raising, planning and implementing sales and marketing strategies, establishing and managing profitable distribution and supply networks in all major markets. Highly numerate, skilled in staff search, recruitment and supervision, product and skills training, networking with KOLs, global distributor establishment, management and retention. Excellent communicator and mentor, adept at working in multi-cultural environments and influencing at all levels in an organisation.

44 min

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