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5 Apr 2017: My latest autocatalytic sets paper, using RNA secondary structure to determine catalytic capability, has now been published (online) in the Journal of Molecular Evolution. A pre-print is available for free.

1 Apr 2017: My latest pop-sci piece about how we can all be "citizen scientists" is now available on Plus magazine.

9 Jul 2016: After a successful official opening at the KLI, my exhibition The Art & Science of Nature is now also available online!

Whim of the Week: In an effort to continue looking at the bright side of life in these worrying times, I've started a series of whimsical observations with funny, unusual, or inspiring things I happen to capture on camera during my wanderings around the world.

Upcoming travels

After taking two months off with lots of wonderful traveling and hiking all over Europe, I have now started my second year at the KLI. More travels coming up though, but mostly work related.

7-20 Jun 2017: Oxford, Sheffield & Newcastle, England, to visit several colleagues.

17-21 Jul 2017: Tübingen, Germany, to visit a colleague.

10-15 Sep 2017: Sopron, Hungary, to attend a Systems Chemistry meeting.

2-20 Oct 2017: Tokyo, Japan (tentatively), to visit ELSI and attend a computational chemistry workshop there.

5-10 Nov 2017: Wadern, Germany, to attend a Dagstuhl meeting on computational chemistry.

13-30 Nov 2017: Beer Sheva, Israel (tentatively), to collaborate with a colleague at the Ben Gurion University.



Online coordinates
Email: wim<at> (just replace the <at> with @)
Skype: wimhor (not often online though...)
YouTube: WanderingWim (just click the link...)


And you run and you run to catch up with the sun, but it's sinking
And racing around to come up behind you again
The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're older
Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death...

--- Pink Floyd