Seminar Schedule Spring 2016

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Date     NameInstitutionTitle
1/22Biochemistry Faculty Candidate     


2/12Biochemistry Faculty Candidate  
2/19Melissa VandiverW. L. GoreEffect of hydration on the mechanical properties of anion exchange membranes
3/4Jennifer Hanley Lowell Observatory Evidence for Liquid Water on Present-day Mars
3/18Spring Break
3/25Porter MarshNAULiterature Seminar
4/1Jen HeemstraUniversity of UtahSmall-molecule detection and enantiopurity measurement using DNA-based sensors
4/4 (Monday)Prof. Mark HumphreyAustralian National UniversitySyntheses and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Organometallic Stars and Trees
4/8LeRoy HoilandFBIThe FBI Special Agent and Evidence Response Team
4/15Steve RoessigW. L. GoreIndustry Perspectives and Examples of Job Functions with a Chemistry Degree
4/25 (Monday) 1:30 p.m. Erin CarterNAUThesis Seminar: Influence of Environment and Temperature on the Structure of the Thermophilic Intrinsically Disordered Protein FlgM
4/29Christopher HarrisAbbVie Targeting Sphingosine-1-phosphate Lyase for Autoimmune Diseases
5/6Timothy Jaynes and Kevin GreenwoodNAULiterature Seminars

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