Friday, September 27, 2019,
Keyes / 105 Auditorium

This Friday, September 27th, at 3pm in Keyes 105, the Chemistry Department will be hosting the seminar, “Early investigations into the impact of the emergent contaminant, PFOA, on the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans” with Professor Chery Whipple, an Assistant Professor at Colby Sawyer College. Professor Whipple’s current research focuses on the impact of emerging groundwater contaminants on indicator species. All are welcome to come learn about Professor Whipple’s research.

Open to the Colby community only