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All seminars are Fridays 10 - 11 am in CT 102 unless otherwise noted..



1/13/17 Tim Barbari, Boston Univ., Affinity Membranes for Specific Protein Capture: Controlling the Orientation of Immobilized Biomolecules on a Surface
1/20/17 David Sholl, Georgia Tech., Developing New Nanoporous Materials for Practical Applications Using Computational Modeling - How Close Is the Dream to Reality
1/27/17 Mircea Dinca, MIT, Teaching Sponges New Tricks: Catalysis and Charge Transport in Microporous Metal-Organic Frameworks
2/3/17 Jinaping Yu, NREL, Ethylene Forming Enzyme and Bio-ethylene Production
2/10/17 Shelley Anna, Carnegie Mellon, Phase Change and Partitioning in Nanoliter Droplets
2/17/17 Richard Willson, Univ. of Houston, New Approaches to Lateral-flow Immunoassays: What’s Inside That Home Pregnancy/Flu/Chlamydia Test?
2/24/17 Kyongbuym Lee, Tufts, Using Metabolomics to Understand the Regulatory Roles of Metabolic Products: Applications in Improving Bioprocesses and Studying the Gut Microbiome
3/3/17 Huimin Zhao, Univ. of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Synthetic Biology: A New Engine for the Third Wave of Biotechnology
3/10/17 Bill Ristenpart, UC Davis, Colloids near Electrodes: Complex Behavior via Microscale Electrohydrodynamic Flows
3/17/17 Scott Cooper, Univ. of Wisconsin Lacrosse, From Burrow to Bedside: Blood Clotting in Hibernating Ground Squirrels
3/24/17 No Seminar
3/31/17 Spring Break
4/7/17 Mark Barteau, Univ. of Michigan, Catalysis and Communications for a Carbon-constrained World
4/14/17 Christine Schmidt, Univ. of Florida, Engineering Materials for Functional Nerve Regeneration
4/21/17 E-days
4/28/17 Nosang Myung, UC Riverside, Smartphone Integrable High Density Chemical Sensor Arrays



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