MOS Seminar Videos

3/6/18: Joerg Bewersdorf – “3D and live-cell multicolor super-resolution microscopy for cell biological research” (1/2)
3/6/18: Joerg Bewersdorf – “3D and live-cell multicolor super-resolution microscopy for cell biological research” (2/2)
2/27/18: Elizabeth M.C. Hillman – “High-speed imaging of whole-brain activity” (1/3)
2/27/18: Elizabeth M.C. Hillman – “High-speed imaging of whole-brain activity” (2/3)
2/27/18: Elizabeth M.C. Hillman – “High-speed imaging of whole-brain activity” (3/3)
2/20/18: Katherine “Kallie” Willets – “Super-resolution imaging of nanoscale electrochemical phenomena” (1/3)
2/20/18: Katherine “Kallie” Willets – “Super-resolution imaging of nanoscale electrochemical phenomena” (2/3)
2/20/18: Katherine “Kallie” Willets – “Super-resolution imaging of nanoscale electrochemical phenomena” (3/3)
2/13/18: Leora Dresselhaus-Cooper – “Imaging Shock Waves to Study Initiation in Molecular Explosives” (MIT) (1/3)
2/13/18: Leora Dresselhaus-Cooper – “Imaging Shock Waves to Study Initiation in Molecular Explosives” (MIT) (2/3)
2/13/18: Leora Dresselhaus-Cooper – “Imaging Shock Waves to Study Initiation in Molecular Explosives” (MIT) (3/3)
12/12/17: Renee Frontiera – “How the environment controls chemistry: Raman spectroscopic probes…” (1/3)
12/12/17: Renee Frontiera – “How the environment controls chemistry: Raman spectroscopic probes…” (2/3)
12/12/17: Renee Frontiera – “How the environment controls chemistry: Raman spectroscopic probes…” (3/3)
12/5/17: Rizal Hariadi – “Protein and DNA origami nanoarrays: from dissecting molecular machines to democratizing digital diagnostics” (1/3)
12/5/17: Rizal Hariadi – “Protein and DNA origami nanoarrays: from dissecting molecular machines to democratizing digital diagnostics” (2/3)
12/5/17: Rizal Hariadi – “Protein and DNA origami nanoarrays: from dissecting molecular machines to democratizing digital diagnostics” (3/3)
2016 Dasari Lecture – Dr. Bruce Tromberg, University of California, Irvine

“Wearable and Bedside Biophotonics: Technologies at the Intersection Between Personalized Medicine and Personal Health” (Part 1)

2016 Dasari Lecture – Dr. Bruce Tromberg, University of California, Irvine

“Wearable and Bedside Biophotonics: Technologies at the Intersection Between Personalized Medicine and Personal Health” (Part 2)

2016 Dasari Lecture – Dr. Bruce Tromberg, University of California, Irvine

“Wearable and Bedside Biophotonics: Technologies at the Intersection Between Personalized Medicine and Personal Health” (Part 3)

2016 Dasari Lecture – Dr. Bruce Tromberg, University of California, Irvine

“Wearable and Bedside Biophotonics: Technologies at the Intersection Between Personalized Medicine and Personal Health” (Part 4)

2016 Lord Lecture – Professor Jun Ye, University of Colorado, Boulder

“Frequency Comb Spectroscopy – from Mid-IR to XUV” Part 1

2016 Lord Lecture – Professor Jun Ye, University of Colorado, Boulder

“Frequency Comb Spectroscopy – from Mid-IR to XUV” Part 2

2016 Lord Lecture – Professor Jun Ye, University of Colorado, Boulder

“Frequency Comb Spectroscopy – from Mid-IR to XUV” Part 3

2015 Dasari Lecture – Professor Mildred Dresselhaus, MIT

“The Dasari Influence on Carbon Science” Part 1

2015 Dasari Lecture – Professor Mildred Dresselhaus, MIT

“The Dasari Influence on Carbon Science” Part 2

2015 Dasari Lecture – Professor Mildred Dresselhaus, MIT

“The Dasari Influence on Carbon Science” Part 3

2015 Lord Lecture – Professor Paul McEuen, Cornell University

“Light and Fast: Probing Carriers and Vibrations in 1D and 2D Materials” Part 1

2015 Lord Lecture – Professor Paul McEuen, Cornell University

“Light and Fast: Probing Carriers and Vibrations in 1D and 2D Materials” Part 2

2015 Lord Lecture – Professor Paul McEuen, Cornell University

“Light and Fast: Probing Carriers and Vibrations in 1D and 2D Materials” Part 3

2014 Dasari Lecture – Professor Katrin Kneipp, Technical University of Denmark

“Exploring the Hottest Spots of Plasmonic Nanostructures and their Spectroscopic Potential” Part 1

2014 Dasari Lecture – Professor Katrin Kneipp, Technical University of Denmark

“Exploring the Hottest Spots of Plasmonic Nanostructures and their Spectroscopic Potential” Part 2

2014 Dasari Lecture – Professor Katrin Kneipp, Technical University of Denmark

“Exploring the Hottest Spots of Plasmonic Nanostructures and their Spectroscopic Potential” Part 3

2014 Lord Lecture – Professor Mostafa El-Sayed, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Plasmonic Nanotechnology Meets Biology in the Cancer Cell” Part 1

2014 Lord Lecture – Professor Mostafa El-Sayed, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Plasmonic Nanotechnology Meets Biology in the Cancer Cell” Part 2

2014 Lord Lecture – Professor Mostafa El-Sayed, Georgia Institute of Technology

“Plasmonic Nanotechnology Meets Biology in the Cancer Cell” Part 3

 
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