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NNCI_REU_Convocation_Session_E_11:10am_8/07/2017

Session E: Global Learning Center Room 222

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The Physics of Genes and the Promise of Personalized Medicine - Alek Aksimentiev

The twenty-first century is poised to see dramatic advances in medicine. The rapid after water and oxygen, is the most famous molecule of life known. This is not surprising, as the eye-catching…

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The gases, liquids, and solids that humans have known and harnessed since prehistory are human-scale reflections of how atoms and molecules are organized at the atomic scale. This organization is…

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