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Towards an understanding of how general anaesthetics work

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General anaesthetics have been used ever since the 1840’s, but their mechanism of action is still not fully understood. My research aims to define the molecular mechanisms of general anaesthesia, using physical methods ranging from molecular dynamics simulations to neutron scattering. In this seminar, I summarise the recent progress and suggest some future directions.

This talk is part of the Theory of Condensed Matter series.

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