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October 18th, 2006

Washington University Events

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Thursday, Oct. 26: 4 p.m. Chemistry Lecture. Annual Joseph W. Kennedy Memorial Lectures. "Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Why What's Small Is Big." Mark Ratner, Morisson Professor of Chemistry and prof. of materials science & engineering, Northwestern U. (3:45 p.m. coffee, Lab Sciences Bldg., foyer.) Lab Sciences Bldg., Rm. 300. 935-6530.

Monday, Oct. 30: 4 p.m. Condensed Matter/Materials & Biological Physics Seminar. "Carbon Nanotube Nanofluidics." Olgica Bakajin, chemistry and materials science directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Calif. (3:45 coffee.) Compton Hall, Rm. 241. 935-6276.

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