Howard Nobel Laureate Public Lecture with Professor Richard Schrock
Professor Richard Schrock - My Path to a Nobel Prize in 2005
This lecture will be a personal story of how Professor Richard Schrock from MIT became a scientist interested in catalysis by transition metal complexes. He will discuss why his research led to a Nobel Prize in 2005 in addition to why and how research of this type continues to develop to this day.
5.30pm: Registration and refreshments
6.00pm: Lecture begins
7.30pm: Lecture concludes