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Melville Lecture 2023: “Chirality-Complexity Relations for Nanostructures”

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The first of the Melville Lectures will cover chiral nanostructures focusing on their hierarchically organized micro- and macrostructures. The talk will analyse the design of chiral nanoparticles with hierarchical asymmetry and self-assembled particle systems for enantioselective catalysis, immune modulation, and machine vision.

This talk is part of the Chemistry Departmental-wide lectures series.

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