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JOINT COLLOQUIUM: Chemistry and Physics, Joel S. Miller, “Organic-based Magnets: New Chemistry, Physics, and Materials for this Millennium (New Magnets for Your Future)”
JOINT COLLOQUIUM: Chemistry and Physics, Joel S. Miller, “Organic-based Magnets: New Chemistry, Physics, and Materials for this Millennium (New Magnets for ...
"Who won the Nobel Prize this year and why?" Lia Krusin-Elbaum: "Graphene: Carbon's New Face"
"Who won the Nobel Prize this year and why?" Lia Krusin-Elbaum: "Graphene: Carbon's New Face"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series at CCNY:
Daniel Seidel, Rutgers University "Redox Neutral Reaction Cascades And New Concepts in Asymmetric Catalysis"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Mike Ward, New York University
"Crystal Growth Inhibitors for the Prevention of L-Cystine Kidney Stones Through Molecular Design"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Prof. Keith Woepl, New York University
"Stereoselective Reactions of Oxocarbenium Ions: Conformational Analysis, Stereoelectronic Effects, and Reactivity
[CANCELLED] The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Jonathan Dordick, RPI
"Enzyme-Based Nanocomposites: Using Nature to Ward off Emerging Diseases"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Shashi Karna, US Army Research Lab
"Electronics of Materials"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Dan Luo, Cornell University
"DNA as both a genetic and a generic material"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - David Gosser, CCNY
"The PLTL Boost: A Critical Review of Research"
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Jon Spanier, Drexel University
"Finite curvature: ferroelectricity and electronic transport in single- and multi-component nanostructured materials
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Prof. Seley-Radtke, UMBC Maryland
"Flexibility: A New Paradigm for Nucleoside Drug Design
The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series - Julie Zimmerman, Yale University
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Chemistry Seminar: Chemical Biology Investigations of the Molecular Chaperone Machinery and Cancer
Dr. Gabrielle Chiosis, Dept of Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Department of Chemistry Seminar
Engineering Molecules and Particles as Potential Biomaterials for Disease Detection and Therapeutics
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"High-throughput experimentation in the Merck catalysis group and its applications in direct arylation, cross-coupling, and asymmetric hydrogenation" Neil ...
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"Cosmetic science: Something more than just skin deep" Vince Gruber, Arch Chemicals
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"Charge-transfer processes at electrochemical nanointerfaces" Michael Mirkin, Queens College
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"Transition metal-catalyzed synthesis of N- heterocycles from azides-Relationship between mechanism and metal - Tom Driver, University of Illinois at Chicago
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"Design of healthy and palatable functional foods using nanotechnology" - Qingrong Huang, Rutgers University
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"Bioinorganic chemistry of titanium in medicine and the environment" - Ann Valentine, Yale University
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
"New Search Tools: Citation Searching and ResearcherID" - Philip Barnett, CCNY Library
"The Salzberg Chemistry Seminar Series"
The "Easy" Approach to Self-Assembly: Teaching New Tricks to Old Molecules and Nanoparticles - Srini Raghavan, University of Maryland
Chemistry Seminar - Chemical Approaches to Nanomaterials
Stephen O'Brien (Columbia University)
Chemistry Seminar - Colloidal Nanoparticles: Size- and Shape-controlled Synthesis, Surface Functionalization and Potential Applications
Wei Wang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Chemistry Seminar - Polymers in Nanolithography & Bionanotechnology
Kenneth Gonsalves (University of North Carolina, Charlotte)