Lecture and exchange
Lecture series TUM@Freising: Proteins
Employees, external guests
Prof. Mathias Wilhelm
Proteins – also known as albumen – are vital nutrients. In our cells, proteins are the molecular tools that control all biophysical and biochemical processes. "Due to their central role in almost all processes of life, they play a key role in recognising diseases, developing resistance and developing drugs," explains Mathias Wilhelm, Professor of Computational Mass Spectrometry at the School of Life Sciences at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in Freising. In his lecture (in German) in the TUM@Freising series he will explain how proteins are measured and how this changes our understanding of humans, animals and plants.
Prior registration is not necessary.
Science explained to everyone: Meet researchers from the TUM School of Life Sciences in person and find out what they are working on. A subsequent discussion after each lecture is expressly encouraged, because science thrives on the exchange of opinions.
The aim of the event is to bring people together - citizens can get to know the people at "their" TUM better and, at the same time, further their education, while science receives valuable impulses for its research work through direct feedback from the public. In this way, the close cooperation between the city of Freising and the TUM Weihenstephan campus, which has existed for many years, now also becomes tangible in the city and region.
- Location: Lindenkeller Freising, Veitsmüllerweg 2, 85354 Freising