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October 27th, 2003
MS Modeling 3.0 Virtual Solutions to Real Challenges
Recent advances in software and hardware have created a unique opportunity for research and development challenges to be addressed computationally. Modeling of chemicals and materials has applications across a wide range of industries and disciplines. A broad range of topics will be covered by six separate seminars, including: Crystal Structure Determination, Nanotechnology, Drug Delivery, Materials for Catalysis and Electronics, Paints, Coatings, and Adhesives, and Quantitative Structure Activity Relationships (QSAR). The webinars are free to log-in to and will run for 30 minutes each.
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