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Thursday, January 4 • 9:30am - 11:00am
Web-based Post-16 Learning Resources for Protein Structure & Function W32

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Puzzled by protein structures? Baffled by beta-sheets? 

Come along and let us help with helices and probe the peptide bond!

Explore these web-based resources developed with the PDBe to learn about protein structure and function in post-16 chemistry and biology.
Find the trial resources on our website here: http://tiny.cc/proteinLR

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Dr Matthew Conroy

Outreach Lead, protein Data Bank in Europe
I work in managing the protein structure database at PDBe. If you're teaching protein structure, DNA structure, or biochemistry in general, I'd love to talk to you.
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Peter Hoare

Outreach Officer, Newcastle University
I'm a former chemistry teacher (20 yrs) and previously was the Chemistry Outreach Officer in the former School of Chemistry at Newcastle University (8yrs).I am now a STEM Outreach Officer in the Science, Agriculture & Engineering (SAgE) Faculty at Newcastle. I deliver quality outreach... Read More →

Thursday January 4, 2018 9:30am - 11:00am GMT