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How electron cryomicroscopy is revolutionising structural biology

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2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Come to the Winstanley Lecture Hall on the 6th of February at 6 pm to hear from Professor Richard Henderson (MRC LMB Cambridge), the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Laureate!

Professor Henderson will talk about his Nobel-prize winning research on electron cryomicroscopy – a technique which revolutionised the field of structural biology.

To reach Winstanley Lecture Hall, enter the door opposite to the Great Gate, go up the stairs to your right, and take the second left turn. You can find our banner near the entrance.

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