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[Virtual] Reality Bites: Learn Chemistry using Nanome

Are you looking for a new way to study chemistry? Learn about how to use the virtual reality (VR*) app Nanome to build molecular structures, explore a strand of DNA, or view medicine at a molecular level. Working with caffeine and dopamine as examples, virtually manipulate chemical structures and explore from a new angle. UNM Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology Assistant Professor Yi He, who uses VR visualizations in his research on drug development for disease treatment, will lead the workshop. Registration is encouraged, but feel free to drop-in any time during the program. No experience necessary, all are welcome!

 

*Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated experience in a 3D simulated environment. Users can interact with 3D videos and applications through the use of a VR headset and hand controls.

 

Related LibGuide: Virtual Reality & 360° Video Services by Brett Nafziger

Date:
Thursday, October 24, 2019
Time:
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:
DEN 2
Campus:
Centennial Science & Engineering Library
Audience:
  Global Public  
Categories:
  [Virtual] Reality Bites  
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Brett P Nafziger
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