SUCS lecture program


Meeting Details

721st Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

Guest speaker:

Dr Lawrence Lee
School of Medical Sciences
The University of New South Wales

Talk: Artificial synthesis of complex protein machines with DNA nanostructure templates [Abstract]

Host: Dr Girish Lakhwani

Sponsored by The Australian Society for Biophysics

Date:  Tuesday, 21 March

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map].

All welcome. No booking required. Free

 

 

722nd Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

Guest speaker:

Professor R. Dean Astumian
Professor of Physics
The University of Maine, USA

Talk: Mastering the non-equilibrium assembly and operation of molecular machines [Abstract]

Host: Dr Toby Hudson

Date:  Wednesday, 3 May

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map].

All welcome. No booking required. Free

 

723rd Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

The Alexander Memorial Lecture:

Professor Greg Warr
School of Chemistry
The University of Sydney, Australia

Talk: Some applications of surface chemistry to problems in colloid science [Abstract]

Host: Dr Toby Hudson

Date:  Wednesday, 24 May

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map].

All welcome. No booking required. Free

724th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

Student run seminar

Dr Emma Beckett
NHMRC Early Career Fellow
The School of Medicine and Public Health
University of Newcastle

Talk: Food for thought: gene-nutrient-environment interactions and how I started talking about them.

Host: Mr Marcus Graziotto

Date:  Wednesday, 28 June

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map].

All welcome. No booking required. Free

725th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

The Ernest Richie Memorial Lecturer:

Professor Corey Stephenson
Department of Chemistry
University of Michigan, USA

Talk: Harnessing solar energy for chemical catalysis. [Abstract]

Host: Dr Shelley Wickham

Date:  Wednesday, 2 August

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT2

Venue: Chemistry LT2, Level 1 [Map].

All welcome. No booking required. Free

726th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

The Le Fèvre Lectures:

  • Ms Jessica Sayers
    Rapid, lateral flow detection of miRNA biomarkers via oligonucleotide-templated chemistry
  • Mr Marlowe Graham
    Strategy in synthesis: Making molecules, better
  • Ms Haihui Joy Jiang
    Structural design of ionic liquids for optimizing aromatic dissolution

Abstracts

Host: Dr Shelley Wickham

Date:  Wednesday, 13 September

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map].

All welcome. No booking required. Free

727th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

The Cornforth Lecturer:

Professor Brian Stoltz
Department of Chemistry
Caltech, USA

Talk:  Complex natural products as a driving force for discovery in organic chemistry. [Abstract]

Host:  Dr Shelley Wickham

Date:  Wednesday, 20 September

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map]. 

All welcome. No booking required. Free

728th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

The Hans C. Freeman lecturer:

Professor Paul Mulvaney
School of Chemistry
The University of Melbourne, Australia

Talk: Large scale nanocrystal arrays - Can we solve self-assembly?

Host:  Dr Girish Lakhwani

Date:  Tuesday, 7 November

Time: 5.30 pm to 6:30 pm. Refreshments from 5.00 pm outside LT4

Venue: Chemistry LT4, Level 2 [Map]. 

All welcome. No booking required. Free

729th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

To be announced.
 

730th Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

To be announced.
 

731st Meeting of the Sydney University Chemical Society presents

To be announced.