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New Strategies in Organic Synthesis Based on Cyclopropenium Ions and Spin-Center Shift (301A Chemistry Building, from 06 December 2018 02:30 PM to 06 December 2018 03:30 PM)
Special Seminar - Eric Nacsa - Princeton University
25th Fall Undergraduate Chemistry Poster Symposium (1st and 2nd Floor Whitmore Lab, from 05 December 2018 05:30 PM to 05 December 2018 07:30 PM)
Developing and Improving Organic Reactions through Catalyst Design (301A Chemistry Building, from 04 December 2018 02:30 PM to 04 December 2018 03:30 PM)
Special Seminar - Courtney Roberts - University of Michigan
Photochemical Production of 1-Aminonorbornanes and Applications in Drug Discovery and Agrochemistry (301A Chemistry Building, from 29 November 2018 02:30 PM to 29 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Special Seminar - Daryl Staveness - University of Michigan
Catalytic Manipulation of Reactivity and Selectivity at High-Valent Nuclei (301A Chemistry Building, from 27 November 2018 02:30 PM to 27 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Special Seminar - Mark Levin - Harvard University
New Strategies toward Catalytic Alkene Dicarbofunctionalization (301A Chemistry Building, from 26 November 2018 02:30 PM to 26 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Special - Ramesh Giri - University of New Mexico
Illuminating Biological Signaling with Fluorescent Protein Base Biosensors (301A Chemistry Building, from 14 November 2018 02:30 PM to 14 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Biological - Huiwang Ai - University of Virginia
Non-equilibrium Coupling of Protein Structure and Function to Translation-elongation Kinetics (301A Chem. Bldg., from 13 November 2018 02:30 PM to 13 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Colloquium - Ed O'Brien - Penn State
Encoding Tissue Mechanics in Silicone (301A Chemistry Building, from 07 November 2018 02:30 PM to 07 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Colloquium - Sergei Sheiko - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Machine Learning and Computational Chemistry (301A Chemistry Building, from 06 November 2018 02:30 PM to 06 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Theory - Eric Vanden-Eijnden - New York University
Activation of Inert Bonds Using Transition Metals and Beyond (301A Chemistry Building, from 05 November 2018 02:30 PM to 05 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Special - Michal Szostak - Rutgers University
Visualizing Ultrafast Electron Dynamics at Catalytic Surfaces (301A Chem. Bldg., from 01 November 2018 02:30 PM to 01 November 2018 03:30 PM)
Physical - Robert Baker - Ohio State University
Watching Metalloenzymes at Work (301A Chem. Bldg., from 23 October 2018 02:30 PM to 23 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Colloquium - Amie Boal - Penn State University
Unconventional Building Blocks for Functional Polymeric Materials (301A Chem. Bldg., from 18 October 2018 02:30 PM to 18 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Organic - Rebekka S. Klausen - Johns Hopkins University
Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer in Catalysis and Energy Conversion (301A Chem. Bldg., from 17 October 2018 02:30 PM to 17 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Colloquium - Sharon Hammes-Schiffer - Yale University
Applications of Supramolecular Chemistry: Fluorescence Bio-imaging to Gold Mining (301A Chemistry Building, from 16 October 2018 02:30 PM to 16 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Kohn Lecture - Bradley Smith - University of Notre Dame
Ultrafast Studies of Single Plasmonic Nanostructures (301A Chemistry Building, from 11 October 2018 02:30 PM to 11 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Priestley Lecture - Gregory Hartland - University of Notre Dame
Marine Natural Products Synthesis: A Platform for Chemical and Biological Discovery (301A Chemistry Building, from 09 October 2018 02:30 PM to 09 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Colloquium - Joshua Pierce - NC State University
Functional Materials: Exploiting Dynamic Self-assembly at Interfaces (3rd Floor Commons, Millennium Science Complex, from 05 October 2018 03:00 PM to 05 October 2018 04:00 PM)
Organic - Oren Scherman - Cambridge, UK
Conformations and Dynamics of Protein Molecular Recognition (301A Chem. Bldg., from 03 October 2018 02:30 PM to 03 October 2018 03:30 PM)
Physical - Megan Thielges - Indiana University, Bloomington

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