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The Magic of Crystallography: From Penicillin and Chocolate to Drug Discove...
Tue 9 May 2017, 18:00 – 19:00 BST
The Magic of Crystallography: From Penicillin and Chocolate to Drug Discovery
Professor Elspeth Garman (Biochemistry, University of Oxford) discusses how Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin unravelled the 3-D shape of penicillin using crystallography, and highlights what else this field has taught us since Hodgkin's pioneering work in the 1940s.
Tickets will go on sale 4 weeks prior to the event.
Please note that this talk is on Tuesday 9 May, not Thursday 11 May as advertised elsewhere.
The doors to the Museum will open at 5.45pm and the talk begins promptly at 6pm. Late arrivals cannot be guaranteed entry.