February 2015 Events

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Use of Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis for Detection of Nerve Agents (102 Chemistry, from 04 February 2015 02:30 PM to 04 February 2015 03:30 PM)
Analytical Seminar - Alexis Baxter - Penn State University Graduate Student
Quantum Dots as Biological Sensors (102 Chemistry, from 25 February 2015 02:30 PM to 25 February 2015 03:30 PM)
Analytical Seminar - Fatma Pir-Cakmak - Penn State University Graduate Student
Intracellular Phase Transitions and Cell Size (102 Chemistry, from 17 February 2015 04:00 PM to 17 February 2015 05:00 PM)
Biological Seminar - Cliff Brangwynne - Princeton University
The Role of NifB in the Maturation of the M-Cluster in Nitrogenase (102 Chemistry, from 03 February 2015 04:00 PM to 03 February 2015 05:00 PM)
Biological Seminar - Patrick Corrigan - Penn State University Graduate Student
Direct Measurement of Substrate Positioning in an Aliphatic Halogenase (102 Chemistry, from 03 February 2015 04:00 PM to 03 February 2015 05:00 PM)
Biological Seminar - Ryan Martinie - Penn State University Graduate Student
The Role for Substrate “Induced Fits” in Enzyme Catalysis (102 Chemistry, from 24 February 2015 04:00 PM to 24 February 2015 05:00 PM)
Biological Seminar - John Richard - University at Buffalo, SUNY
Gas Separation and Catalysis in Metal-Organic Frameworks (102 Chemistry, from 12 February 2015 02:30 PM to 12 February 2015 03:30 PM)
Colloquium - Laura Gagliardi - University of Minnesota
Liquid Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy (102 Chemistry, from 10 February 2015 02:30 PM to 10 February 2015 03:30 PM)
Inorganic Seminar - Rosemary Kanters - Penn State University Graduate Student
Properties of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins from Molecular Simulation (102 Chemistry, from 13 February 2015 02:30 PM to 13 February 2015 03:30 PM)
Physical Seminar - Robert Best - NIH
The Electronic Properties and Applications of Fluorinated Graphene (102 Chemistry, from 06 February 2015 02:30 PM to 06 February 2015 03:30 PM)
Physical Seminar - Xiang Li - Penn State University Graduate Student
Transformative New Technologies for Studying Brain Function Using Microelectrochemistry (102 Chemistry, from 09 February 2015 04:00 PM to 09 February 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Leslie Sombers - North Carolina State University