The design of synthetic enzyme-mimics that can be combined with natural enzymes in complex media or, eventually, could replace enzymes in their natural environment is a challenging topic that requires an interdisciplinary approach. In this FMS topical seminar, state-of-the-art in this area will be shown. In addition, this FMS topical seminar brings together researchers of different backgrounds to enhance cross-pollination and exchange ideas.
Thursday 17 September 2015From 12:30h to 18:00h
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