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An introduction to the field of Astrochemistry: The importance of Laboratory spectroscopy

Semester:

This week's seminar in chemistry presentation was given by Brian E. Brumfield, who is a graduate student at the University of illinois. He has both a major in chemistry and biology, and is almost finished with this masters program. Brian was a a caucasian male that was in his mid-late 20's and wore glasses.

Active Fermi level Switching: Light mediated molecular Effect.

Semester:

This week's seminar in chemistry presentation was given by Jacob W. Ciszek. Dr. Ciszek's presentation was titled: "Active Fermi Level Switching: Light Mediated Molecular Effect". He began by talking about Metal organic interfaces where this research could have an application in. These included Organic field effect transistors, organic light emitting diodes, and organic solar cells. Specifically, Dr. Ciszek's group is interested in the interfaces.

Solution-Phase Solid-State Chemistry for Nanomaterial Synthesis and Nanowire Patterning

Semester:

This week's Seminar in Chemistry presentationw as given by Mary E Anderson from Hope college. Dr. Anderson is a caucasion women in her fourties, and spoke very knowledgably and coherently.She topic of her presentation was "Solution-Phase Solid-State Chemistry for Nanomaterial Synthesis and Nanowire Patterning".

Inhibition of C. difficile Toxins A and B: chemical stratagies to fight antibiotic-associated diarrhea

Semester:

This week's chemistry seminar presentation (September 30, 2010) was given by Dr. Andrew Feig. The topic that he presented was called "Inhibition of C. difficile Toxins A and B: chemical stratagies to fight antibiotic-associated diarrhea". Dr. Feig was in his 40's of medium height. He spoke very well, and concisely.

From Idea to Market

Semester:

This week's chemistry seminar presentation(9-16-10) was given by Rob DeWit, PhD. His presentation was titled "From Idea to Market" and basically outlined the process by which a great scientific idea founds a company. The speaker was a caucasian that wore glasses, and was in his late 50's. He was a very talented speaker, and seemed to be knowledgable about the information that he presented.

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