Alzheimer's and Sustainable Energy Intersect With Computational Chemistry

Tue Jun 6, 2017
As the Gompf Family Chair and a computational and theoretical chemist, Rigoberto Hernandez explains how his team develops models and frameworks and uses theoretical techniques and algorithms to simulate chemical reactions. This basic science could apply to health issues like Alzheimer's Disease and environmental questions like how to best create sustainable, clean energy. Visit rising.jhu.edu/chemistry-Gompf-chair to learn more.