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2021 Big Quantum Bio Meetings
This new seminar series is jointly organised by the Leverhulme Quantum Biology Doctoral College Training Centre (QB-DTC) and the Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab at UCLA.
Seminars will be held via Zoom every Thursday from 3pm - 4pm (UK time).
For further information contact: Dr Youngchan Kim, email@example.com.
|9 September 2021||Cryptochrome as a putative magnetoreceptor||Margaret Ahmad (Sorbonne Université)||Join via Zoom|
|16 September 2021||Novel form of neural communication in the brain by electric field coupling||Dominique Durand (Case Western Reserve University)||Join via Zoom|
|23 September 2021||To be confirmed||Francesco Petruccione (University of KwaZulu-Natal)||Join via Zoom|
|30 September 2021||To be confirmed||Benoit Roux (The University of Chicago)||Join via Zoom|
|7 October 2021||Design principles of green fluorescent proteins – why are they green and fluorescent?||Chi-Yun Lin (Penn State University)||Join via Zoom|
|14 October 2021||The quantum tunneling of lithium ions in the biological systems||Abdullah Barjas (The University of Jordan)||Join via Zoom|
|21 October 2021||Warm atoms and microwave cavities for quantum technologies||Lindsay Leblanc (University of Alberta)||Join via Zoom|
|28 October 2021||At the intersection of the microscopic and macroscopic: H-tunneling in enzymes||Judith Klinman (University of California Berkeley)||Join via Zoom|
|4 November 2021||To be confirmed||Alex Chin (The University of Cambridge)||Join via Zoom|
|11 November 2021||ATP Photons and Quantum Neuron||Bo Song (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology)||Join via Zoom|
|18 November 2021||To be confirmed||Gabriel Moise (The University of Oxford)||Join via Zoom|
|2 December 2021||Entanglement and nuclear spin dynamics in pure and lithium-doped Posner molecules||Betony Adams (University of KwaZulu-Natal)||Join via Zoom|
|9 December 2021||To be confirmed||Lauren Jarocha (Furman University)||Join via Zoom|
|16 December 2021||To be confirmed||Christiane Timmel (The University of Oxford)||Join via Zoom|
Energy transfer mechanisms in light-harvesting complexes of Rhodobacter sphaeroides / Magnetoreception and the radical pair mechanism
How the environment can tune the energy, the coupling, and the ultrafast dynamics of interacting chromophores: the effect of hydrogen-bonds
Carotenoid-mediated light harvesting in green plants uncovered by ultrabroadband two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy
Non-uniform excited state electronic-vibrational coupling leads to enhanced exciton transport in pigment protein complexes
Letting the outside in: investigating the impact of a structured environment on biological quantum systems / Quantum and classical effects in DNA point mutations: Watson-Crick tautomerism in AT and GC base pairs