Form and Function: Molecular Machines in Chemistry and Biology
- Date: Monday 14 May 2018, 13:30 – 16:30
- Location: Business School Western LT (G.01)
- Type: Seminars, Chemistry
- Cost: Free
The University of Leeds, School of Chemistry present 'Form and Function: Molecular Machines in Chemistry and Biology', a symposium featuring Nobel-Prize Winning keynote speaker Ben L. Feringa.
Professor Ben L. Feringa (University of Groningen): From Molecular Switches to Molecular Motors.
Professor Michaele Hardie (University of Leeds): Self-sorting and stimuli-responsive dynamic behaviour in coordination cages.
Dr Matthew Fuchter (Imperial College London): Azoheteroarenes: Novel Photoswitches with Tunable Properties and Multiple Functional Opportunities.
Dr Stephen Muench (University of Leeds): Into the fourth dimension; The role of EM in understanding molecular machines at a temporal resolution.
Tickets are free but registration is essential. Book early to avoid disappointment via EventBrite.