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NIST Colloquium Series

Displaying Colloquia from January 01, 2011 To December 30, 2011

Is Smell a Quantum Phenomenon?
January 7, 2011

Luca Turin Center for Biomedical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology more

Quantum Money
January 21, 2011

Peter Shor Department of Mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology more

Complexity and Chaos in Medieval Cartography
February 11, 2011

John Hessler Fellow, Royal Geographical Society Geography and Map Division Library of Congress more

Biomarkers & Personalized Medicine Research and Diagnostics
February 25, 2011

Larry Gold Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology University of Colorado Chairman and CEO, SomaLogic, Inc. more

Big Data, New Physics and Geospatial Super-Food
March 11, 2011

Jeffrey Jonas Chief Scientist and IBM Distinguished Engineer IBM Entity Analytics more

Recombinant Proteins in Milk A Bioreactor That Eats Hay
March 25, 2011

Harry Meade Senior Vice-President Research and Development GTC Biotherapeutics, Inc. more

Diagnostics for Bone Disease Taking the High Road or the Low Road to Standardization
April 8, 2011

Thomas Fuerst, Ph.D. Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer CCBR-SYNARC more

The Polyvalent Gold Nanoparticle Conjugate Material Synthesis, Biodiagnostics, and Intracellular Gene Regulations
April 29, 2011

Chad Mirkin, Director International Institute for Nanotechnology Northwestern University more

NIST's New Science and Engineering Research Tool DLMF
May 13, 2011

Charles Clark, NIST Fellow, Atomic Physics Division/Dan Lozier, NIST Applied and Computational Mathematics Division/DLMF Editorial Board Members more

The Avogadro Project A 25 Year Quest
May 20, 2011

Peter Becker Department of Quantum Optics and Length PTB (Braunschweig) more

Graphene Materials in the Flatland
July 26, 2011

Kostya Novoselov 2010 Nobel Laureate in Physics School of Physics and Astronomy University of Manchester more

Send for the Doctor--Surgery and Medical Care During the Civil War
September 9, 2011

Clarence Hickey Interpretive Docent Montgomery County Historical Society more

Affordable Semi-Manufacturing: Implications for Microelectronics and Finding a New Patch into the Future
September 23, 2011

Dan Armbrust President and Chief Executive Officer SEMATECH more

Why (and How) Bayes’ Rule Rules
October 21, 2011

Sharon Bertsch McGrayne, Author more

Edward Teller and the Other Martians of Science
November 4, 2011

Istvan Hargittai, Department of ChemistryBudapest, University of Technology & Economics more

The New Era of Human 2.0 New Minds, New Bodies, and New Identities
November 18, 2011

Hugh Herr Director, Biomechatronics MIT Media Lab more

The Josephson Volt: NIST's First Quantum Electrical Standard
December 2, 2011

Richard Kautz NIST Alumnus and former member of the Boulder Cryogenics Group more


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Colloquia are videotaped and available in the NIST Research Library.