The Weekly Newsletter of the MIT Chemistry Department
Volume 12, Number 18
Friday, May 3, 1996
Next issue: May 10,1996. Chemformation is published by the Office of the Department Chairman. The deadline for the next issue is Tuesday, May 7 Please convey items of interest (or mailing list changes) to Linda Earle, Room 18-393, Department of Chemistry, MIT, Cambridge, MA 02139, 617/253-4080; 617/258-7500 (fax) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org Back issues of Chemformation can be accessed via the Chemistry Department Website.
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- Dr. Mohammad Aslam
- Hoechst Celanese
- "Highlights of Product Development Activities at Hoechst Celanese"
- Tuesday, May 7, 1996
- 9:30 a.m. in 6-120
- Informal Lunch @ 11:45 in 18-292
- Signup sheet outside 18-209
- Chemistry in Industry Series
- Professor Dewey Holten
- Washington University
- "Ultrafast Electron Transfer in Mutant Photosynthetic Reaction Centers"
- Tuesday, May 7, 1996
- 4:00 p.m. in Room 2-105
- Refreshments @ 3:30 in 6-233
- Physical Chemistry Seminar
- Dr. Michael D. Hopkins
- University of Pittsburgh
- "Conjugation in Transition-Metal Chemistry"
- Wednesday, May 8, 1996
- 5:00 p.m. Mallinckrodt MB-23
- Refreshments @ 4:30 in MB-9
- Harvard/MIT Inorganic Colloquium
- Professor Richard H. Holm
- Harvard University
- Lecture I: "Molecular Clusters from Extended Solids"
- Lecture II: "Adventures with Biologically-Related Metal Clusters"
- Wednesday, May 15, 1996
- Thursday, May 16, 1996
- 5:00 p.m. in 6-120
- A.D. Little Lectures in Inorganic Chemistry
- Joanne Yun
- MIT, Lippard Group
- "Modeling Studies of Magnesium-Dependent Phosphate Ester Processing Enzymes"
- Wednesday, May 29, 1996
- 4:00 in Room 6-120
- Refreshments @ 3:30 in 6-321
- Inorganic Seminar
- The University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA: A position exists for a work environment field chemist to prepare, collect and perform analysis of air samples from work environments. Must have a B.A. with significant analytical experience in chemistry laboratory using AA, GC, FTIR and Windows-PC database, spreadsheet, and statistical analysis experience. Excellent communication skill and ability to work independently required. Applications due with three references by May 30th to Dr. Susan Woskie, Department of Work Environment, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, One University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854.(508-934-3250
- Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA: Harvard Medical School, Department of Surgery has a postdoctoral fellow opening in the division of thoracic oncology. The position is available to develop, implement and conduct research in the molecular mechanism underlying the pathogenesis of thoracic malignancies. The successful scientist with several years of research experience in genetic techniques of human disease.
- University of Houston, Houston, Texas: A research position exists in a new crystallographic facility which may be of interest to a postdoc. They have a new Siemens SMART diffraction system including the recently developed CCD area detector. The new facility will be operated in conjunction with their ongoing research progam on the synthesis and characterization of charge-transfer materials related to molecular magnets, non-linear optical crystals, organometallic conductors. The candidate should be familiar with the X-ray crystallography of both inorganic and organometallic compounds. Interested candidates should sent a detailed curriculum vitae, including the names of three references to Professor Jay K. Kochi, Univ. of Houston, Houston, Texas 77204-5641 telephone (713) 743-3290 or fax it to: (713) 743-2709, e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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