Frances Arnold ’79 is something of a superhero in the world of directed evolution. According to one of her peers, “She hijacks biological enzymes and makes them do her bidding.”
Arnold’s work could lead to more robust MRI scans, safer pesticides, drug manufacturing without toxic chemicals and biofuels to replace fossil fuels.
The award-winning Caltech professor will discuss her work in an exclusive talk with LA-area Princeton alums. Don’t miss it!
What: Directed Evolution, by Frances Arnold ‘79 When: Sunday, January 18, 4-6pm Where: Valley Hunt Club, 520 S. Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105 Cost: $20 for PCSC members, $10 for young alumni PCSC members, $25 for non-PCSC members
Dress Code for the Valley Hunt Club
Ladies in Dresses, Skirts or Pant suits and Gentlemen in Jackets. Ties are optional and Denim is not allowed.