January 2015 Events

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Controlling Chemical Reactions with Photonic Reagents (102 Chemistry, from 07 January 2015 04:00 PM to 07 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Katharine Moore Tibbetts - Temple University
Visualizing Non-Fluorescent Biomolecules for Quantitative Bioimaging (102 Chemistry, from 08 January 2015 04:00 PM to 08 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Dan Fu - Harvard University
Strategies to Prepare Complex Molecules: From Target-Directed Synthesis to Reactivity-Driven Methodology (102 Chemistry, from 13 January 2015 04:00 PM to 13 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Hosea Nelson - University of California, Berkeley
Heisenberg Spin Couplings are Difficult but Not Impossible: Ab Initio Quantum Chemistry for Multiradical Molecules (102 Chemistry, from 21 January 2015 04:00 PM to 21 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Nicholas Mayhall - University of California, Berkeley
Theoretical Studies of Singlet Fission (102 Chemistry, from 23 January 2015 04:00 PM to 23 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Tao Zeng - Cornell University
Inter-Molecular Order at a Hidden Interface in a Small-Molecule Organic Semiconductor Thin Film (102 Chemistry, from 15 January 2015 04:00 PM to 15 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Cathy Wong - University of California, Berkeley
Electrocatalytic Transformations of Small Molecules for Renewable Energy Applications (102 Chemistry, from 16 January 2015 04:00 PM to 16 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Charles McCrory - California Institute of Technology
Elucidating Electronic-Vibrational Coupling in Nanomaterials and Biomolecules with Ultrafast Multidimensional Spectroscopy (102 Chemistry, from 27 January 2015 04:00 PM to 27 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Thomas Oliver - University of California, Berkeley
Materials by Design: Programmable Assembly at the Nanoscale (102 Chemistry, from 30 January 2015 04:00 PM to 30 January 2015 05:00 PM)
Special Seminar - Robert Macfarlane - California Institute of Technology