Nano comes to life

Nano comes to life

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 13th Jan 2020

 £16

How and why do we design and build artificial structures and even machines at the nanoscale using DNA, proteins, and other biological molecules?

In this talk, explore how nanoscale machines can target individual cancer cells and deliver drugs more effectively, as well as how nano-antibiotics can fight resistant bacteria, and how tissues and organs can be modified for drug discovery and transplantation.

Sonia Contera explores how nanotechnology is revolutionising medicine in ways that will have profound effects on our health and longevity.

More profoundly, nanotech facilitates the study of biology within the framework of physics, potentially changing not only the future of engineering and AI, but also the way we think about life itself.


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This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 13th Jan 2020

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2020-01-13 2020-01-13 Europe/London Nano comes to life In this talk, explore how nanoscale machines can target individual cancer cells and deliver drugs more effectively, as well as how nano-antibiotics can fight resistant bacteria, https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2020/01/13/nano-comes-to-life-223125 The Royal Institution of Great Britain,21 Albemarle Street,London,London

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The Royal Institution of Great Britain,

21 Albemarle Street,
London,
London,
UK
W1S 4BS

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