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Seminar Schedule - Spring 2021

Seminars are on Thursdays and Fridays at 3:30pm in Lab Science Commons Room 1211, unless otherwise indicated. For the Spring 2021 semester, seminars will be delivered via Zoom, but we will allow a limited number of people in our auditorium to watch the seminar in person. Please email Lisa Norsworthy at lnorsworthy@tntech.edu for more information. 

Date

Speaker

School/Program

Title

Friday, February 26 Haley Mayse Tennessee Tech PhD Student Climate Change Impacts on Harmful Algal Blooms in U.S. Freshwaters: A Screening-Level Assessment
Thursday, March 4 @ 11:00am in SLH 126 Dr. Erin Peters University of Kentucky Radioactive Decay: What Is It and Why Does It Happen?
Friday, March 5 Dr. Erin Peters University of Kentucky Nuclear Chemistry Contributions to Fundamental and Applied Science
Thursday, March 11 Brian Kilgore Tennessee Tech Master's Student Literature Seminar: Selective Extraction of Americium from Curium and the Lanthanides by the Lipophilic Ligand CyMe4BTPhen Dissolved in Aliquat-336 Nitrate Ionic Liquid
Friday, April 9 Dr. Michael Beck Eastern Illinois University Chemical Tools to Interrogate Biology at the Molecular Level
Friday, April 16 Kyle Lyons Tennessee Tech Literature Seminar: Probing Thiosemicarbazones as Multi-target Directed Ligands Against Enzymes
Friday, April 16 Megan Wharton Tennessee Tech Literature Seminar: Multistage Screening Reveals 3-Substituted Indolin-2-one Derivatives as Novel and Isoform-Selective c-Jun N-terminal Kinase 3 (JNK3) Inhibitors: Implications to Drug Discovery for Potential Treatment of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Friday, April 23 Emily Huntley Tennessee Tech Literature Seminar: Separation of Phenol Compounds from Coal Oil by Deep Eutectic Solvents
Friday, April 23 Felicia Gilliland Tennessee Tech Literature Seminar: Encapsulation and Delivery of an 89Zr Imaging Agent

 

Seminar Videos

In case you missed a seminar, we might have a recording of it. Below is our list of previous seminars.

December 4, 2020 Sandra Miselem Former Tn Tech Chemistry Major

 

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