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Lee Cronin: Donner vie à la matière

TEDGlobal 2011 · 15:11 · Filmed Jul 2011
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Avant l'existence de la vie sur Terre, il n'y avait que la matière, des "choses" inorganiques et mortes. A quel point l'émergence de la vie est improbable ? Et, pourrait on utiliser un différent genre de chimie ? En se servant d'une définition élégante de la vie (tout ce qui peut évoluer), le chimiste Lee Cronin explore cette question en tâchant de créer une cellule complétement inorganique avec "une trousse Lego" de molécules inorganiques, pas de carbone, qui peuvent s'assembler, se reproduire et rivaliser.

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A professor of chemistry, nanoscience and chemical complexity, Lee Cronin and his research group investigate how chemistry can revolutionize modern technology and even create life. Full bio

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