Kurt Wüthrich

Methods Development by Physical Chemists for Biological and Biomedical Research

Monday, 26 June 2006
10:00 - 10:30 CEST


Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy was first reported in 1946, and in the following years was one of the focal areas of experimental and theoretical physics. Soon, however, NMR became a key technology in chemistry, and physical chemists had a leading role in shaping the evolution of NMR spectroscopy into a pivotal method in modern biology and medicine. In this lecture, this development will be illustrated with work in structural biology and structural genomics.

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