REGISTRATION OPENS ON 09/13 at 9:00AM
KAVLI PRIZE LAUREATE LECTURE
Everyone learns in school that DNA is the genetic coding material found in all organisms. However, the information storage capacity that enables DNA to function in the world of biology can also be exploited to control the creation of 3D molecular structures. Dr. Seeman will talk about how DNA can be programmed readily to make objects, crystals, and even nanomechanical devices!
DR. NADRIAN C. SEEMAN, Margaret and Herman Sokol Professor of Chemistry, New York University
This lecture is co-hosted by The Kavli Foundation, the Royal Embassy of Norway, and the Norwegian Academy of Science
- The Carnegie Institution will open its doors at 6:00PM.
- An overflow room, with screens, will be available when our auditorium reaches maximum capacity. Seating in the auditorium is on a first-come, first-served basis.
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