Nations Seminars in Chemistry-October 14

Event Details
  • Date/Time:
    • Friday October 14, 2005 - Saturday October 15, 2005
      9:30 am - 4:59 pm
  • Location: GLCC, Tech Square Room 225
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Shirley Tomes
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Contact Shirley Tomes
404-894-0591
Summaries

Summary Sentence: Analytical, biochemical, biological ocean sensing

Full Summary: The Harold Nations Seminars in Chemistry presents the 6th symposium - Frontiers in Analytical, Biochemical, and Biological Sensing in the Ocean on October 14, 2005 at the Global Learning Conference Center in Tech Square.

The Harold Nations Seminars in Chemistry presents the 6th symposium - Frontiers in Analytical, Biochemical, and Biological Sensing in the Ocean on October 14, 2005 at the Global Learning Conference Center in Tech Square.

The hosts for this event are Dr. Julia Kubanek (Biology/Chemistry) and Dr. Boris Mizaikoff (Chemistry).

Speakers for this event include:

Dr. Karl Booksh, Arizona State University
Optical sensors for monitoring of the chemical environment in and around hydrothermal deep sea vents: Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, and total luminescence

Dr. R. Tim Short, UCLA
Development and deployment of in-situ mass spectrometers

Dr. Charles Derby, Georgia State
All-in-one chemical defenses of sea hares: Novel and adaptive strategies for escape and defense via inking

Dr. Kim Cobb, EAS, Georgia Tech
Coral records of El Nino and tropical pacific climate change

There will be a poster session and reception following the speakers.

Please register on line at the website:

Nations Symposium - Frontiers in Analytical, Biochemical and Biological Sensing in the Ocean

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chemistry
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  • Created By: Shirley Tomes
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  • Created On: Oct 4, 2005 - 8:00pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 9:57pm