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Thursday, January 27, 2022
Physics Colloquium: Probing Quantum Materials with Scanning Probe Microscopy
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Monday, January 31, 2022
Biology Colloquia Series: Jessica M. Hoffman
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
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Physics Colloquium: Probing Quantum Materials with Scanning Probe Microscopy
Physics Colloquium: Probing Quantum Materials with Scanning Probe Microscopy
Physics
Biology Colloquia Series: Jessica M. Hoffman
Biology Colloquia Series: Jessica M. Hoffman
Prof. Jessica M. Hoffman, PhD, University of Alabama, Birmingham presents: Insights into the biology of aging with comparative metabolomics
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Physics Colloquium: Experimental approaches to emergent spin degrees of freedom
Physics Colloquium: Experimental approaches to emergent spin degrees of freedom
Speaker: Dr. Yishu Wang of John Hopkins University Hosted by Prof. Gregory Fiete
Physics
Biology Colloquia Series: Natoya J. Peart
Biology Colloquia Series: Natoya J. Peart
Prof. Natoya J. Peart, PhD,University of Pennsylvania presents: Connecting RNA regulation to development and disease
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Brilliant and Diverse: Conversation about Diversity in the Sciences
Brilliant and Diverse: Conversation about Diversity in the Sciences
Studies have shown that diverse teams perform better and are more innovative than their homogenous counterparts. In the College of Science, we understand that a wide range of backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences will maximize innovations and disc...
Asia America and the World
Asia America and the World
The recent upsurge in anti-Asian violence and bigotry throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has attracted renewed attention on a long-standing problem. The event series Asia America and the World invites the Northeastern community to interact with a diverse...
Black History Month Science Symposium
Black History Month Science Symposium
During Black History Month, the College of Science celebrates both the history and the many contributions of Black scientists. As part of the College’s month-long celebration, the Black History Month Science Symposium on February 15 from 12 - 1 pm br...
Biology Colloquia Series: Kevin R. Gozzi
Biology Colloquia Series: Kevin R. Gozzi
Prof. Kevin R. Gozzi, PhD,Massachusetts Institute of Technology presents: Uncovering and retooling a novel horizontal gene transfer mechanism
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Biology Colloquia Series: Minji Kim
Biology Colloquia Series: Minji Kim
Prof. Minji Kim, PhD, Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine presents: Molecular communications: transmitting information inside the nucleus
Behavioral NeuroscienceBiochemistryBiologyBiotechnologyChemistry and Chemical Biology
Women in Science
Women in Science
Research has found that women in STEM fields publish less, are paid less for their research, and do not progress as far as men in their careers. Despite progressive momentum toward gender equity, family decisions, financial considerations, workplace cu...