Dr McLain profiled by The Royal Institution
The research of Dr Sylvia McLain, Stipendiary Lecturer in Biochemistry at St Peter’s and a Research Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry, features in the latest video by The Royal Institution (RI).
In the video, Dr McLain explains her research into one of the most fundamental questions of life - how water is involved in protein folding - and talks about her work using the ISIS Neutron Source to test the seemingly important role water plays in this process.
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