Chemical engineering Science Seminars set for spring

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The department of chemical engineering will hold the following Science Seminars for spring 2013:

-- Jan. 24, “Supported Catalysts: Does Surface Roughness Matter?”, Michael Smith, Villanova University, 10 a.m., 102 Chemistry Building, host: Robert Rioux, Department of Chemical Engineering (www.che.psu.edu/seminars/).

-- Feb. 21, “Synthetic Riboswitches for Controlling Bacterial Gene Expression”, Justin Gallivan, Emory University, 10 a.m., 102 Chemistry Building, host: Howard Salis, Department of Chemical Engineering (814-865-1931 or www.che.psu.edu/seminars/).

-- March 14, "Directed Evolution Strategies for Cellular and Metabolic Engineering," Hal Alper, The University of Texas at Austin, 10 a.m., 102 Chemistry Building, host: Howard Salis, Department of Chemical Engineering (814-865-1931 or www.che.psu.edu/seminars/).

 

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Last Updated February 08, 2013