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TBA 16 March 2012 11:00 AM 339 Davey Marker Lecture by Debbie Jin, David Weiss, and Nathan Gemelke
Searching for Majorana in Topological Matter 02 February 2012 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Eklund Lecture by Duming Zhang, Ph.D. Graduate Student of Physics from Penn State
Clarity from Complexity: Analysis of Biological Networks 02 February 2012 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Eklund Lecture by Colin Campbell from Penn State
Fun with Ultracold Atoms 14 March 2012 08:00 PM 119 Osmond Marker Lecture by Debbie Jin from University of Colorado, Boulder
Roaming Planets, Falling Apples, Bending Light Rays,Whirling Galaxies, Gravity Puzzles: What They Taught Us About the Universe and What They Teach Us About How Science Proceeds 11 April 2012 08:00 PM 119 Osmond Marker Lecture by Helen Quinn from Stanford University
Discussion with the STEM Teaching Group 13 April 2012 11:45 AM 320 Whitmore Marker Lecture by Helen Quinn from Stanford University
Molecular Beam Epitaxy-Scanning Tunneling Microscopy 31 March 2011 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Mueller Lecture by Qikun Xue
Eklund Lecture: A Close-Up of Synthetic Quantum Matter 03 October 2013 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Peter Eklund Memorial Award Lecture by Markus Greiner (Harvard University)
Some Recent Theoretical Studies of Nanostructure, Photovoltaics, and Superconductors 06 October 2010 08:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Special Seminar by Marvin Cohen (University of California, Berkeley)
Mueller Lecture: What is Life - A Historical Perspective 14 February 2001 08:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Albert Libchaber (Rockefeller University, New York)
Control of Molecular Information - Algorithms in Biology 15 February 2001 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Albert Libchaber (Rockefeller University, New York)
Molecular Evolution in the Laboratory 16 February 2001 11:00 AM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Albert Libchaber (Rockefeller University, New York)
Isotopic Disorders in Crystals: The Kind of Disorder Jeff Lannin Would Have Loved 22 March 2001 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Dr. Manuel Cardona (Max Planck Institute)
Schrödinger's Cat Goes Superconducting: A New Test of Quantum Mechanics in a Macroscopic System 12 April 2001 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by James Lukens (State University of New York, Stony Brook)
Viruses, Vesicles, and Multi-Electron Bubbles: J. J. Thomson Revisited 18 April 2001 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Dr. David Nelson (Harvard University)
Reduction and Determinism in Fundamental Physics 01 November 2001 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Gerard 't Hooft (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Utrecht University)
Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Communication with Entangled Photons 11 April 2002 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Anton Zeilinger (Institute für Experimentalphysik, Universität Wien)
The Dark Side of the Cherenkov Effect: Light Emitting Light at Subluminal Speeds 17 April 2002 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Roberto Merlin (University of Michigan)
RVB, Plain Vanilla Version 27 March 2003 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Colloquium by Professor P.W. Anderson (Princeton University)
Artificially Induced 2D and 3D Potentials Acting on 3D Soft Vortex Matter 01 May 2003 04:00 PM 117 Osmond Laboratory Mueller Lecture by Francisco de la Cruz (Bariloche)