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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013
Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt, Arieh Warshel

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Martin Karplus - Nobel Lecture

Development of Multiscale Models for Complex Chemical Systems From H+H2 to Biomolecules

Martin Karplus delivered his Nobel Lecture on 8 December 2013, at Aula Magna, Stockholm University, where he was introduced by Professor Sven Lidin, Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry.

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Nobel Lecture
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Development of Multiscale Models for Complex Chemical Systems From H+H2 to Biomolecules: Lecture Slides
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Film 1a: H+H2 Collisions
Film 1b: H+H2 Collisions
Film 2: BPTI Dynamics
Film 3a: Cartoon: Adenylate Kinase Dynamics
Film 3b: Cartoon: Adenylate Kinase Dynamics
Film 4: Cartoon: Kinesin Walking on Microtubules

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