Presented at 27th Annual Symposium of the Protein Society in Boston, MA

Liam presenting in Boston

Liam presenting in Boston

At the symposium, I presented a poster on prebiotic protein design and delivered a short invited talk about my recent work on the foldability-function tradeoff hypothesis.

In addition, I enjoyed many posters and talks from fellow protein scientists, notably George Rose’s talk on redefining a protein domain in terms of folding cooperatively;¬†Alexander Tischer and Matthew Auton’s poster revealing expansion of the denatured state in response to perturbation; and Kresten Lindorff-Larsen’s talk that put reasonable bounds on the extent of the influence that dynamics has on catalysis.

I’m already looking forward to attending the next Annual Symposium of the Protein Society!

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