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"Life" Before the Start of Evolution

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In this talk I shall present PRISM , PRimordial Interaction SiMulator, a new approach that enables having a better view through its prism on the most mysterious period of the evolution of life, the period of primordial interactions where the evolutionary driving force did not exist. Starting as a hobby and taking 5 days for building and testing, the outcome of the simulations seems can be influential for better understanding of the primordial interactions and the propensity of matter to form life organics, for astrobiology and interstellar spectroscopy. Moreover, the slight modification of the algorithm can be useful for de novo enzyme active site design. Preliminary results and the visible prospects will be discussed.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Science Seminars series.

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