Spring 2021 Virtual Seminar Series

January 13, 2020

Seminars will begin at 10:30am EST on the days listed below

NameAffiliationSeminar DateTitle 
Gina NohSwiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich)Jan 26 Synthesis and development of heterogeneous catalysts to enable a circular chemical economy
Aristide GumyusengeStanford UniversityJan 28Organic Electrochemical Neuromorphic Devices: Relating Structure to Performance Through Design and Processing of Novel Organic Semiconductors
Yayuan LiuMITFeb 2 Electrochemically-mediated processes for energy, environment, and chemical manufacturing
Jorge MarchandHarvard Medical SchoolFeb 4 (Thursday)Xenobiological expansion of the chemistry of life: metabolism, novel nucleic acids, ribozymes for tRNA control
Vida JamaliUniversity of California, BerkeleyFeb 9Imaging, Learning, and Engineering of Complex Soft Matter Systems at the Nanoscale
Catera WilderUniversity of California, Los AngelesFeb 18Systems Biology of Biomolecular Systems in Innate Immunity
Kathryn Whitehead Carnegie Mellon UniversityFeb 25From Farm to Pharmacy: A Strawberry-Derived Solution to Oral Protein Delivery
Andrea TaoUC San Diego March 4Architecting Nanoparticles for Plasmonics by Directed and Self-Assembly
Zvonimir DogicUC Santa BarbaraMarch 11Shaping Liquid Droplets and Elastic Membranes
Enrique IglesiaUC BerkeleyMarch 18Tailoring Binding Sites and Their Environments in CatalysisHoltz Lecture
Deborah RamseyCFD Research Corporation March 25Novel Vascularized Synthetic Tumor Networks for Translational Studies
Paula HammondM.I.TApril 1Schwartz Lecture
Peter TessierUniversity of MichiganApril 8Toward Optimal Antibody Engineering Using Machine Learning
Sujit DattaPrinceton UniveristyApril 15Life In a Tight Spot: How Bacteria Swim in Complex SpacesCorrsin Lecture
Vince RotelloUniversity of MassachusettsApril 22Interfacing Nanomaterials with Biology: From CRISPR Delivery to Antimicrobials
Roisin OwensUniversity of CambridgeApril 29Harnessing the Power of Electronics for Biology

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