On the occasion of the retirement of prof.dr. Maarten Egmond, after more than 50 years of research in Enzymology, we organize this one-day symposium and share current understanding of structure-function relationships of enzymes.
Date: Thursday 6 October 2022
Location: Utrecht Science Park - David de Wied Building - Room M2.01
Free of charge
Registration is required and is open on invitation by Maarten.
About the symposium: Current understanding of structure-function relationships of enzymes will be shared and highlighted by 10 experts in the area of Enzymology.
'Enzymology - Past, Present & Future'
Welcome with coffee
Opening by Isabel Arends
|Dean Science Faculty|
|09.30||10.00||Willem van Berkel|
'Running in Circles'
'Sustainable chemistry via biocatalytic cascades using novel oxidoreductases'
'Haloperoxidases as catalysts for chemical synthesis'
'Repurposing a tiny enzyme for numerous new-to-nature transformations'
'Structure and dynamics of protein complexes'
'Engineering new yellow enzymes'
'Oxidoreductases in Industrially Applied Biocatalysis: Selective and Efficient'
'Enzymes from Rhine sediment to in silico redesign'
'Enzymes impacting the atmosphere'
'Enzymes. Looking back to the future'
Symposium closing by Gerrit van Meer