Reiko Kuroda at the Budapest Symmetry Circle

ISA honorary member, Reiko Kuroda paid a visit in the Mathematical Museum, at the R. Eötvös University, Budapest 13 September evening. She had a one and a half hour informal conversation with the members of the Budapest Symmetry Circle and the visitors of the MathMuseum’s regular Wednesday evening meeting. She told about her recent results, in particular the identification of the gene, and the nitrogenous base sequence of that, responsible for the chirality of animal organs.

Then, she met, among others, the president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences next day.