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Natural Sciences Lecture


 

Date: Monday 12th June 2023 Time: 11:10-11:55 BST Location: Online

 

About the Lecture

Society for Natural Sciences are hosting a lecture titled 'Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy - How Chemists Can Use Physics To Understand Biology'. The lecture will be led by Dr Tharin Blumenschein who will discuss the fundamental principles of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the type of information that can be obtained from it, and how it can be applied to biological molecules.


Who is this lecture for?

This lecture is suitable for students in IB1 and IB2 who are interested in how interdisciplinary science can tackle humanity's important questions, however the lecture is open to anyone.

Please do not register to attend if you have any lessons, exams, or other pre-planned activities that may overlap with this lecture.


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