Sep 12, 2017

John Yin, UW-Madison Chemical and Biological Engineering

""Chemical Origins of Biological Information and Function""

Although it is now well established how amino acids, the simplest chemical building blocks of life, could arise in diverse earth-like and extra-terrestrial environments, there remain key gaps in our knowledge of how such building blocks could self-organize into living cells. Prof. Yin will discuss these gaps and share current approaches to address them in the laboratory.

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Event Details

Sep 12, 2017


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