Upcoming Chemistry Seminars

Do you love chemistry?  Are you interested in learning about new chemical breakthroughs and and new research studies done here at Michigan Tech?  Then the Department of Chemistry’s Chemistry Seminars are just for you!  There are three upcoming Chemistry Seminars that are taking place during the remainder of the semester:

Non-chromatographic Oligonucleotide Purification and Oligonucleotide Synthesis Using Linker and Protecting Groups Cleavable under Neutral Conditions
Dr. Shiyue Fang, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Michigan Technological University
Tuesday, November 13 at 1:00 pm – Chemical Sciences Building, Room 102

Syntheses, Structural Characterizations and Low Temperature Magnetic Studies on Paramagnetic Trimeric Vanadium(IV) and Dimeric Cobalt(II) Clusters
Dr. Rudy Luck, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Michigan Technological University
Friday, November 16 at 3:00 pm – Chemical Sciences Building, Room 101

Azulene-based Organometallics: New Platforms for Charge Delocalization and Transport at the Nanoscale
Andrew Spaeth, GRA, Department of Chemistry, University of Kansas
Friday, November 30 at 3:00 pm – Chemical Sciences Building, Room 101

For more information on these seminars or other seminars sponsored by the Department of Chemistry, please visit this website: http://chemistry.mtu.edu/pages/seminars/