CHEMISTRY SEMINAR SERIES
are on Fridays from 11:00 AM to 11:50 AM
in Lovejoy 215 except when noted otherwise.
Link to tips for a successful
||Eric Roy '04
"Cutting edge analytical methods to make ultratrace metal measurements in seawater: An interdisciplinary problem solving approach"
Professor Roger Rowlett
Colgate University Presidential Scholar
"The Two Faces of E: Revealing the Dual Personality of a Bacterial beta-Carbonic Anhydrase."
Professor Christopher Cummins
Massachussetts Institute of Technology
"Early-Metal Mediated Chemistry of the Elements N, P, and As"
Professor Clara Kielkopf
University of Rochester
"Structural and thermodynamic splice site signals in human pre-mRNAs"
Professor Larry T. Scott
Louise and Jim Vanderslice and Family Chair in Chemistry, Boston College
IBM Lecture I at 7:00 pm in Olin 1
"The Problems in Living with Technology"
IBM Lecture II at 3:00 pm in Keyes 105
"A Brief History of Elemental Carbon"
Nobel Laureate Robert F. Curl
Kenneth S. Pitzer-Schlumberger Professor of Natural Sciences Emeritus
Chris Lapointe, Whitney Miller, John Hall, Chris Buros and Tom Sisto
| October 31
Delia Massey, Zac Helm, Joe Meyer, Andrew Young and Jordanne Dunn
Professor Elsa Yan
"Photoactivation Mechanism of G Protein-Coupled Receptor Rhoodpsin"
Professor Laurie Butler
"From Quantum Mechanics to Atmospheric Chemistry: Probing
Radical Intermediates of Bimolecular Reactions"
University of Chicago
Student Presentations (Double Header)
11 AM (Lovejoy 215)
Emily Berghoff, Jon Guerrette, Shehan Don Talagala, Zheng Cao and Tatenda Mahlokozera
3 PM (Keyes 105)
Kristen Hitchcox, Steve Carlin, Thora Maltais, Brett Guenther and Abbie Frederick
NO SEMINAR THIS
Becky Thorburn, Brian Wadugu, Kristina Langenborg, Rebecca Kamins and Nichole Schmidt