Ciclo di seminari Prof. Ron NAAMAN: "Charge transport thrrough DNA: from self assembled monolayers to biosensor"

Nel mese di Gennaio 2015,
il prof. Ron NAAMAN
Department of Chemical Physics, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel

terrą una serie di seminari sul tema:
"Charge transport through DNA: from self assembled monolayers to biosensor".

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Agenda:

  • Thursday 15 January - Classroom I3.1 (ex 8) third floor via Campi 183

9 – 11 How can we learn about damage to DNA?
DNA- It is really special
Monolayers of DNA
The Low Electron Energy Transmission spectroscopy
Mechanism for damage by low energy electrons Based dependent damage
11 – 13 Discussion

  • Tuesday 20 January - Classroom I02, (ex PT1) ground floor via Campi 183

9 – 11 What can we learn on reactions in crowded environment?
The self-assembled monolayers (SAM)
Scattering from SAM
Reactions of SAM
Reactions in SAM of DNA, what is special about it?
11 – 13 Discussion

  • Wednesday 21 January - Classroom I02, (ex PT1) ground floor via Campi 183

9 – 11 The electron spin- can it affect biology?
Spin and chiral molecules
How we measure the importance of the spin in charge transfer processes?
The role of spin in photosynthesis and in electron transfer through
peptides. How it can be explained?
11 – 13 Discussion

  • Thursday 22 January - Classroom I02, (ex PT1) ground floor via Campi 183

9 – 11 Hybrid molecular-semiconductor bio-sensor operating in vivo environment
11 – 13 Discussion