Conferences - Seminars

20NOV
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  13:15-14:15 MXF1

The structuring of water near non-polar molecular fragments or surfaces mediates cohesive interactions (so-called hydrophobic interactions) that underlie a broad range of biophysical and materials-related phenomena. Substantial progress has been made during the past decade towards understanding hydrophobic interactions in simple model systems, but in most biological and technological contexts, non-polar domains are found in ... Read more about "New Insights into Hydrophobic Interactions Encoded by Chemical Nanopatterns"
By Prof. Nicholas L. Abbott, University of Wisconsin-Madison USA