Rodgers Library is sponsoring a series of lightning talks by preeminent UA science and engineering faculty on high-interest topics in science and engineering that are shaping the future of the world. The talks last about ten minutes and will take place in Rodgers Library during February and March, 2015.
Schedule of presentations:
Alan Lane, Chemical and Biological Engineering “Dude, where’s my fuel cell car?” Feb. 5, Thursday, 11:00 am;
Patrick Kung, Electrical and Computer Engineering “Let there be light: LED applications from lighting to killing pathogens” Feb. 19, Thursday, 2:00 pm;
Yuping Bao, Chemical and Biological Engineering “Nanotechnology explosion: what are the benefits and risks?”Feb. 26, Thursday, 2:00 pm;
Paul Rupar, Chemistry “The evolution of polymers: from rubber duckies to polymer based solar cells” Mar. 5, Thursday, 2:00 pm.
Join the fun and learn about science.
Contact: John Sandy, Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering. John.Sandy@UA.edu