SLAC: Mutant Ribosomes and the Action of Antibiotics (tix at the SLAC website)

Event registration will open on March 17th. The lecture is free, but seating is limited and registration is required for entry.  These lectures usually sell out in a few days.

https://www6.slac.stanford.edu/community/public-lectures.aspx

Ticket obtained here -

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/slac-public-lecture-mutant-ribosomes-and-the-action-of-antibiotics-tickets-10875975335

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  • Harry C.

    An amazing aspect of all life on earth, delivered by an equally amazing lecturer who is both passionate and competent. I second the thanks for posting the event.

    Did you know two-thirds of the energy you consume is used to power your ribosomes? (I did not, until this lecture). But that's a very trivial fact. How our biological systems work is the most interesting topic on Earth, and how protiens are produced equally so.

    1 · March 26

  • Elisa

    Inspiring and stimulating. Probably the most technical of the SLAC lectures I've been to. Thank you, Lisa, for posting it!

    1 · March 25

  • Lisa

    We are sitting 5 rows up in the center.

    March 25

  • Roger K.

    Since no one has offered a ride I can't make it.

    1 · March 24

  • Roger K.

    I need a ride from San Francisco. Please call me at[masked]-6433. A relative of mine was on the team that discovered the charm quark at SLAC.

    March 18

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