San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Professor Jonathan Clayden - Professor of Chemistry
Twists and Folds: Extracting Molecular Function from Dynamic Molecular Shape
Whether they are in living cells or chemical reactors, molecules function according to their shape. This lecture will explore new ways to control the dynamics of molecular shape, and will explain how this control can be used to achieve diverse functionality from the invention of new reactions to the construction of artificial analogues of biological communication devices.
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University of Bristol
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