Seeing into Cells Tuesday 24 March 2020
Richard Henderson spent years looking into the mysterious and hidden world of the complex molecules essential for life. His lecture will give you a unique insight – not only into this fascinating area, but also into his path to being awarded a Nobel Prize.
Enjoy a ‘hands-on’ exhibition of some of the work taking place at Leeds and find out more about the University’s research in this area.
3:45pm Visit our market place of interactive, hands-on activities and see demonstrations from the various Astbury Centre disciplines of chemistry, physics and biological sciences
4:30pm ‘Zooming in on the Molecules of Life’ – lecture by Richard Henderson who will talk about his work and how it resulted in being awarded a Nobel Prize
5:30pm Reception, exhibition continues
Admission is free and the event is supported by Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society.