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Present Chemistry

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A molecular structure is all that is needed to predict the properties and design the synthesis of a new substance with reasonable confidence. This makes it possible to create new active compounds and address global issues of health, energy and the environment. Current predictions and designs are good, but not all behaviour can be anticipated and not all molecules can be made quickly and inexpensively. Using examples from on-going research, this talk will explore how present chemistry is delivering ever greater possibilities for changing the world.

This talk is part of the Trinity College Science Society (TCSS) series.

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