Diagnosing inflammatory diseases with synthetic peptides
Scientists in Switzerland have developed a peptide that binds to the protein calprotectin, a marker of major inflammatory disorders, and shown that it is suitable for diagnostic tests. The use of synthetic peptides for sensing disease markers is of great interest as they are more precise, robust, and cheaper than antibodies commonly used in diagnostic tests.
Lyndon Emsley wins 2023 Günther Laukien Prize
Professor Lyndon Emsley at EPFL is one of two winners of the 2023 Günther Laukien Prize, the most prestigious award in magnetic resonance research, for his cutting-edge research into nuclear magnetic resonance that has enabled new applications. Emsley shares the Prize with Dr Anne Lesage at ENS-Lyon.
Organized jointly by Professors Nicolai Cramer, Jieping Zhu and Jerome Waser, the seminars usually take place on Wednesday at 17:15. Unless indicated otherwise, the lecture takes place in BCH 2218.
The Physical Chemistry Seminar Series at ISIC.
Unless it is otherwise specified, the seminars take place on Thursday at 17:15 in BCH 2201.
The seminar series “Chemical Engineering and Energy Seminars ” is organized by Prof. Wendy Queen & Prof. Jeremy Luterbacher and take place on Friday at 16:15.
The Chemical Biology Seminars Series is Organized by Prof. Christian Heinis, Prof. Beat Fierz and Prof. Yimon Aye. It takes place every Tuesday at 16:15 unless otherwise indicated.
The Machine Learning Seminars are organized by Prof. Berend Smit, Prof. Clémence Corminboeuf and Prof. Jiri Vanicek, the seminars usually take place on Tuesdays at 15:15. Unless indicated otherwise, the lecture takes place on Zoom.
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