Petra Fromme

Petra Fromme
Professor
School of Molecular Sciences

“The nature of our research is to discover the structure and function of biomolecules, the building blocks of life that you find in all cells, all plants, all human beings. And we want to discover essentially many of the fundamental processes in life.”

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