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Dr Sylvia McLain gives Royal Institution Discourse

Dr Sylvia McLain from the Biochemistry Department, gave the Royal Institution Discourse on Friday, 24th February, with her talk: ‘Water and proteins: Insights into the physics of life’.

Doctor Sylvia McLain <em>(Credit: The Royal Institution)

Doctor Sylvia McLain (Credit: The Royal Institution)

Discourses are one of the Ri’s oldest and most prestigious series of talks. Since 1825, audiences in the theatre have witnessed countless mind-expanding moments, including the first public liquefaction of air by James Dewar, the announcement of the electron by J.J. Thomson and over 100 lectures by Michael Faraday. Discourses are an opportunity for the best and brightest to share their work with the world.

See: http://www.rigb.org/whats-on/events-2017/february/public-water-and-proteins

 

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