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Center for Critical Zone Research seminars set

2:43 p.m., Jan. 31, 2007--The schedule for the spring seminar series cosponsored by UD's Center for Critical Zone Research and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is set. Selected topics and guest speakers are as follows:

Chemical, Physical, and Structural Properties of Iron-Oxide Nanoparticles,” by R. Lee Penn, department of chemistry, University of Minnesota, noon, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 102 Delaware Biotechnology Institute;

Thermodynamic Studies of Environmentally Important Materials: Iron-Oxide and Uranium Minerals,” by Alexandra Navrotsky, department of chemical engineering and materials science, University of California, Davis, 4 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 27, 102 Delaware Biotechnology Institute;

Deciphering the Chemical Structure and Composition of Natural Organic Matter with Advanced Analytical Approaches,” by Patrick G. Hatcher, department of chemistry and biochemistry, Old Dominion University, noon, Tuesday, March 13, 102 Delaware Biotechnology Institute;

Environmental Nanoscience, a Subject the U.S. Senate is Even Interested In,” by Michael F. Hochella Jr., department of geosciences, Virginia Tech, 1:25 p.m., Friday, April 20, 132 Townsend Hall;

Changing the Manganese Paradigm: New Insights from Mechanistic Studies of Bacterial Manganese Oxidation,” by Brad Tebo, department of environmental and biomolecular systems, Oregon Health and Science University, noon, Tuesday, May 15, 102 Delaware Biotechnology Institute. This lecture is cosponsored by UD's Department of Plant and Soil Sciences.

All lectures in the series are free and open to members of the University community, but reservations are required. All noon lectures will include a complimentary light buffet lunch, which begins at 11:30 a.m. in room 102 of the Delaware Biotechnology Institute.

For more information on the series and to make reservations, call (302) 831-8153.

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