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Seminar Schedule, Fall Semester, 2007


Sep 5

Wednesday

What is the most important cholesterol-lipid interaction?
Dr. Juyang Huang, Department of Physics, Texas Tech University
Room 113, noon


Sep 12

Wednesday

OXIDATIVE STRESS IN DISEASE & AGING; Analytical Strategies, Oxidative Specificity, and the Interactome
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Dr. Fred Regnier, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Purdue University
Room 113, noon


Sep 19

Wednesday

Novel Signaling Lipids in Pain and Inflammation.
Dr. Michael Walker, Gill Center for Biomolecular Science and Program in Neuroscience, Indiana University
Room 113, noon


Sep 26

Wednesday

Controlling structure on the nanoscale using atomic force microscopy.

Dr. Brandon Weeks, Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas Tech University
Room 113, noon


Oct 3

Wednesday

Synthesis of Some Main Group Compounds and Their Reactions with Small Molecules
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Dr. Richard Kemp, Department of Chemistry, University of New Mexico
Room 113, noon


Oct 9

Tuesday

ACS TOUR SPEAKER
- Chemistry and Fibrotic Lung Disease.
Dr. Tom Holme, Department of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Room 113, 7:30 pm


Oct 17

Wednesday

High-Throughout Capillary Electrophoresis.
Dr. Robert T. Kennedy, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Michigan
Room 113, noon


Oct 23

Tuesday

HENRY J. SHINE LECTURE SERIES
- Travels Along the DNA Helix: A Different Perspective.
Dr. Jacqueline Barton, Division of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
Room 113, 7:30 pm


Oct 24

Wednesday

HENRY J. SHINE LECTURE SERIES
- DNA Charge Transport Chemistry & Biology.
Dr. Jacqueline Barton, Division of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
Room 113, noon


Oct 31

Wednesday

C. Frederick Koelsch and His Radical. A Case of Premature Discovery?
Dr. Tom Strom, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Texas at Arlington
Room 113, noon


Nov 8

Thursday

Molecular Motion of Polymer Glasses under Stress.
Dr. Mark Ediger, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin
Room 101, 4:00 pm


Nov 14

Wednesday

New Detector Technologies Revolutionize Spectroscopic Analysis.
Dr. M. Bonner Denton, Department of Chemistry, University of Arizona
Room 113, noon


Nov 15

Thursday

Development of Novel Spectroscopic Sensors for Environmental Science.
Dr. Jon Thompson, Department of Chemistry, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Room 113, noon


Nov 28

Wednesday

Discovery of Novel Chemical Probes and Drug Leads From A Library of Known Drugs.
Dr. Jun O. Liu, Department of Pharmacology & Molecular Sciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Room 113, noon


Nov 29

Thursday

Branched and Dendritic Oligosilanes-Well-Defined Compounds with Fascinating Properties.
Dr. Clemens Krempner, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Room 113, 1:00 pm


Dec 3

Monday

Protein Analysis and Protein/Gold Nanoparticle Interaction.
Dr. Dongmao Zhang
Room 025, 1:00 pm


Dec 5

Wednesday

Stabilizing Low Valent Zirconium and Silicone Nanospheres.
Dr. Christopher Bradley, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
Room 113, 12:00 pm


Dec 6

Thursday

Electrochemical Imaging of Single Neurons Utilizing Microelectrode Arrays.
Dr. Bo Zhang, Department of Chemistry, Penn State University
Room 113, 12:00 pm

 

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