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Events & Seminars

The Chemistry Department supports a robust seminar program that brings eminent scientists from around the world to present their current research to the Department. The normal Chemistry seminar day, Thursday, has two seminar times: one at 2:30 PM and another at 4:00 PM. While most seminars occur on Thursdays, many are scheduled at other times and other days, including some in the evening.

Here is a PDF of our COLLOQUIA SERIES.

In addition, dozens of seminars are available each week within a 15 minute walk of the Chemistry Department. The links here showcase some of the more popular seminar series to our members, but external to our Department. If you would like us to add another link, please send an email to chemrcpt@pitt.edu.

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Mar 28
Dr. Xiaodong Bu - Frontiers of Element-Specific Analysis in Pharmaceutical Research View »
2:30pm
Mar 30
Dr. Roey Amir - Enzyme-Responsive PEG-Dendron Amphiphiles:The Power of Molecular Precision View »
4:00pm
Apr 11
Dr. Dirk Trauner - Controlling Biological Pathways with Photopharmacology View »
4:00pm
Apr 13
Dr. Henry White - 8th Annual Coetzee Memorial Lecture - Electrochemistry of Nanobubbles: Their Nucleation, Stability and Properties View »
4:00pm
Apr 19
Dr. Emily Balskus - 21st Dowd Lecture Series View »
4:00pm
Apr 20
Dr. Andrew Hamilton - 21st Dowd Lecture Series View »
2:30pm
Apr 27
Dr. Danna Freedman - Approaching Challenges in Physics with Inorganic Chemistry View »
2:30pm
Apr 27
Dr. Ronghu Wu - Novel MS-Based Chemical and Enzymatic Methods to Globally and Site-Specifically Characterize Glycoproteins View »
4:00pm
May 04
Dr. David Weinstein - New Takes on "Old" Targets: SGRMs and TYK2 Pseudokinase View »
2:30pm
May 17
Dr. Catherine Murphy - 62nd Phillips Lecture - Gold Nanocrystals: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology View »
4:00pm
May 18
Dr. Catherine Murphy - 62nd Phillips Lecture - Chemical Talk : Growth and Surface Chemistry of Gold Nanorods View »
2:30pm
May 25
Dr. Sanford Leuba -Single molecule spectroscopy of protein-nucleic acid interactions View »
2:30pm