Spring 2014 Schedule

Spring 2014 Schedule

Chem 505

All seminars are held in Natural Sciences Center Room 128B from 3-4:05 p.m. on Wednesdays unless otherwise noted.

 

Date (Wednesday)  Speaker   Title 

2/5

1. Nate Fox (1:45 p.m.)

2. Patrick Erickson (3 p.m.)

1. Theoretical Study of the Energetic Stability and Geometry of Terminated and B-Doped Diamond (111) Surfaces

2. Fluorescence (Fluidity/Hydration) and Calorimetric Studies of Interactions of Bile Acid – Drug Conjugates with Model Membranes

2/12 

1. Bradleigh Rhodes (1:45 p.m.)

2. Emily Rowlands ( 3 p.m.)

 1. Anti-Malaria Properties Using a Crystalline Hemozoin Formation with the Addition of Quinoline and Arteminisinin Inhibitors

2.The Importance of the N-terminus of Subunit III on the Function and Activity of Cytochrome c oxidase

2/19 

Anthony Katona

Analysis of the Active Site of Copper-Bound Aβ Plaques through Ligand-Binding and Spectroscopic Observations

2/26 

Shelby O'Riley

 Urushiol Detection using a Profluorescent Nitroxide

3/12

Emily Fortier

 4,4’-Diarylsulfanyl-2,2’,5,5’-tetraoxybiaryl Derivatives as a Water Soluble Fluorescent Dye

3/19

Mbelu Kalala

 Formation of Nanostructured Polymeric Microparticles via Block Copolymer Synthesis in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Using Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer

3/26

Matt Bruer

 Long-Wavelength Limit of Photochemical Energy Conversion in Photosystem I

4/2

Brian Etz

 Solution-Processable Electrochemiluminescent Ion Gels for Flexible, Low-Voltage, Emissive Displays on Plastic

4/9

Bill Lemasters

 Water-Soluble Xanthophyll: Optical Properties After Aggregation and Complexation.

4/16

Kristen Benitez

Bioinspired Insights into Silicic Acid Stabilization Mechanisms: The Dominant Role of Polyethylene Glycol-Induced Hydrogen Bonding



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