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January

“Mercury in the Savannah River Liquid Waste System: Facts, Myths, and Impacts”

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Venue:ECS 143

Seminar to be presented on Wednesday, January 17, 10:00 am, in ECS 143 by Dr. Bill Wilmarth, Savannah River National Lab.

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Venue:DM 100 & MSB 362(via polycom)

Dr. Susan D. Richardson, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry University of South Carolina, will present a talk entitled "What’s in my drinking water?"

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Venue:MMC - DM100, BBC - MSB 105

Dr. Amy Scott of University of Miami will visit FIU on Jan 26 to present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935, entitled, "Dynamics and Mechanisms of Ultrafast Photoinduced Charge Transfer in Confined Spaces, Interfaces, and Condensed Soft Materials"

February

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Venue:DM100 MSB105

Graduate Seminar will be presented by Professor Weidong Wang from the National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Aging/ Intramural Research Program

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Venue:DM100
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Venue:MSB362

Professor Ron Stewart from the Morgridge Institute of Research will present a seminar

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Venue:DM100 MSB105

Professor Jotham Coe from the Department of Discovery Chemistry, Pfizer will be presenting a seminar. See flyer for details. Dr. Coe will be at CP 320 from 1:15pm to 2:00pm available for all our graduate students that would like chat with him directly. This is a great opportunity.

March

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Venue:CP 320

Please join us for our annual Visitation Day to learn more about our Graduate Programs in traditional areas of Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as specializations in Environmental, Forensic and Radiochemistry. Tour our facilities. Reservations are necessary. Deadline to register, February 15, 2018 Contact mautie@fiu.edu

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Venue:DM 100, MSB 362

There is a compelling need for methods to characterize protein higher order structure and interactions especially when high resolution methods are not applicable, too slow or insensitive, or fail. Mass-spectrometry-based methods have high sensitivity, high information content, and fast turnaround, motivating their use for protein biophysics. Michael L. Gross, from Washington University in St. Louis will be presenting a seminar.

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Venue:SASC Auditorium

Come out to SASC on March 2, 2018 to see Ferrari's up close and personal! After Bran Ferren will be hosting a talk to discuss his supercar. One of the “100 Most Creative People in Business,” Bran Ferren is a master of the arts and sciences. Equal parts artist/designer and scientist/engineer, he is an expert on leveraging curiosity and creativity to inspire innovation.

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Venue:DM100 at MMC, and MSB 105 via Polycom at BBC

Dr. Jean-Hubert Olivier, of the Department of Chemistry at University of Miami, will visit FIU to present a seminar entitled, "Tuning Structure-Function Properties of π-Conjugated Superstructures by Redox-Assisted Self-Assembly"

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Venue:MMC - DM100, BBC MSB 105 VIA POLYCOM

Dr. Yan–Yan Hu of the Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Florida State University, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, will visit FIU on 3/30 to present a seminar entitled, "Fast Ion Conductors for Solid-State Batteries"

April

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Venue:DM 100 (live) and MSB 105 (polycom)

This week's seminar: Water Filter Made with Iron Based Materials: Mitigation of Arsenic and other Toxic Species from Groundwater Dr. Abul Hussam - Center for Clean Water and Sustainable Technologies - George Mason University,

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Venue:MMC - DM100, BBC MSB 105 VIA POLYCOM

Dr. Marissa Alexander will visit FIU to present a seminar entitled, "Immunochemistry Methods to Detect Drugs of Abuse in Public Safety Environments."

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Venue:MMC - DM100, BBC MSB 105 VIA POLYCOM

Dr. Gregory L. Fisher will present a seminar entitled, Mass Spectrometry Imaging Beyond “Show & Tell”: 100 nm-Scale Imaging and Identification of Molecular Chemistry by Parallel Imaging MS/MS "