Synthetic mimics of protein structure and function

  • Start Date: November 20, 2014 at 5:30 pm
  • End Date: November 20, 2014 at 7:00 pm
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  • Location: X1, School of Chemistry, University Park
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Professor Andrew Hamilton FRS is known throughout the world for his research in supramolecular-, bioorganic-, and medicinal chemistry. He has been published featuring contributions from students and colleagues past and present.

Professor Hamilton is credited with heading a research programme geared towards emulating nature and reproducing molecular recognition using synthetic designed molecules, and has also mentored a significant number of co-workers who now deliver their own academic and industrial research, and teach, promote or administer science.

The Sir Jesse Boot lecture, which was instituted in 1922, commemorates the benefactions of the first Baron Trent to University College, Nottingham and, in particular, his foundation and endowment of the Sir Jesse Boot Chair of Chemistry. The lecture is delivered annually on some aspect of chemistry which bears on the life of the community of the industries of the City of Nottingham.

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