The scientists of the Seiple Lab at UCSF welcome you into our laboratory to conduct the reaction that won the 2010 Nobel Prize! Join us for an interactive conversation about atoms and bonds in the context of pain relievers, followed by a demonstration of the highly-acclaimed Suzuki reaction. If you’ve taken an introductory level of chemistry, you are ready to learn about this revolutionary reaction! At the end of the demo, we’ll give you the inside scoop on what it’s like to be a scientist in pursuit of a Ph.D.
Nobel Prize-Winning Chemistry Demo
October 21, 2020, 6:00 pm
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The Seiple Lab at UCSF uses chemistry to create new medicines. We are part of the Chemistry and Chemical Biology Graduate Program at University of California, San Francisco.