RSC Desktop Seminar - Hosted by RSC Chemical Biology

28 May 2020 12:00-13:15, United States

RSC Desktop Seminars are a new initiative from the Royal Society of Chemistry to bring cutting-edge research directly to you! Now, more than ever, there is a crucial need for sharing research, and each seminar series will feature a range of speakers on a related topic. Each session will highlight a single speaker, with the opportunity for a small group of select early career researchers to engage with the speaker more informally in a separate session.
Join Dr. Ali Tavassoli, University of Southampton and Editorial Board Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry's Open Access Journal RSC Chemical Biology, as he presents:

"Platforms for the generation and high-throughput screening of cyclic peptide libraries"

This 1 hour 15 minute seminar will allow researchers of all professional levels to connect and share ideas and ask questions.

Other Seminars in This Series

21 May 2020 12:00 PM EST / 17:00 BST
"Interrogating Enzymatic Reactions using Nucleic Acid Molecular Recognition and Assembly."

Dr Jen Heemstra - Associate Professor of Chemistry at Emory University and Editorial Board Member, RSC Chemical Biology

4 June 2020 12:00 EST / 17:00 BST
“Understanding and Re-engineering the Programming of Iterative Highly Reducing Polyketide Synthases”

Prof. Dr. Russell Cox - Leibniz Universität Hannover; Editor in Chief, RSC Advances; Advisory Board member, RSC Chemical Biology

11 June 2020 12:00 EST / 17:00 BST
“The power of chemoselectivity: Functional protein-conjugates for extra- and intracellular targeting”

Prof. Dr. Christian Hackenberger - Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie; Associate Editor, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry; Advisory Board member, RSC Chemical Biology

United States

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A new forum for agenda-setting research with global visibility

Led by Professor Hiroaki Suga, Ph.D (University of Tokyo), RSC Chemical Biology is a gold open access journal, dedicated to publishing exceptionally significant and breakthrough findings of interest to the chemical biology community.

As a gold open access journal, there are no barriers to accessing content. Your research reaches an international audience, and with article processing charges waived until mid-2022, it’s completely free to publish.
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