All Upcoming Seminars

Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry Seminar: Chemical Biology: Bridging the divide

Professor Richard Hartley, University of Glasgow
4:00pm on Friday 23rd February, Main Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, B4-19)

Dynamics and Structure Seminar: Simulation studies of protein interactions and organization in crowded solutions

Prof Douglas Tobias, University of California, Irvine (USA)
4:00pm on Wednesday 28th February, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Nanoscience and Materials Seminar: Multiphoton and upconversion processes in transition-metal and f-element containing systems

Dr Louise Natrajan, University of Manchester
3:00pm on Friday 2nd March, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Nanoscience and Materials Seminar: Dihydrogen and Polyfunctional Ligands: Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis

Dr Sylviane Sabo-Etienne, CNRS Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination, Toulouse (France)
4:00pm on Wednesday 7th March, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry Seminar: Title to be announced

Prof Emma Raven, University of Leicester
12:00pm on Wednesday 14th March, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Nanoscience and Materials Seminar: Title to be announced

Dr Rachel Evans, University of Cambridge
3:00pm on Tuesday 20th March, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry Seminar: Title to be announced

Prof Nathaniel Martin, University of Utrecht (Netherlands)
12:00pm on Wednesday 21st March, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Nanoscience and Materials Seminar: Next-Generation Multidimensional Super-Resolution Imaging

Dr Steven Lee, University of Cambridge
4:00pm on Wednesday 18th April, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry Seminar: Title to be announced

Prof Helen Walden, University of Glasgow
12:00pm on Wednesday 25th April, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Joseph Black Research Lecture: Title to be announced

Prof David MacMillan FRS, Princeton University, NJ (USA)
4:00pm on Thursday 31st May, Kelvin Building, Room 257

Nanoscience and Materials Seminar: Nanocontainers and Nanoscaffolds

Prof Katalin Kamarás, Wigner Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest (Hungary)
4:00pm on Tuesday 5th June, Carnegie Lecture Theatre (Joseph Black, C3-05)

Complex Chemistry Seminar: Making the tiniest machines

Prof David Leigh FRS, University of Manchester
4:00pm on Tuesday 12th June, Kelvin Building, Room 257