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Media Advisory 09-029

NSF Lectures Explore Timely Research in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Nobel Laureate Mario Molina of UCSD to address the science and policy of climate change on Nov. 3

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Mario Molina of UCSD will speak at NSF on Nov. 3, 2009 on climate change. This program, sponsored by NSF's Directorate on Mathematics and the Physical Sciences, is open to the media and to the public.

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Joshua Aronson, Department of Applied Psychology, New York University, will speak at NSF on June 21, 2010, on "Stereotypes and the Nurture of Intelligence."

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Photo of Paula Hammond, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT.

Paula Hammond, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT, will speak at NSF on Dec. 14, on "Constructing Functional Materials Nanolayer-by-Nanolayer: From Fuel Cells to Implantable Factories."

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Simon Levin, Department of Ecology and Biology, Princeton University, will speak at NSF on May 17, 2010, on the challenge of sustainability. This program is co-spondored by the NSF Directorate for Biological Sciences.

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John Mather of the NASA Goddard Space Center, will speak at NSF on April 19, on the James Webb Space Telescope.

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Richard Muller, Department of Physics, UC Berkeley, will speak at NSF on February 22, 2010, on physics for future presidents and other world leaders.

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Photo of Geraldine Richmond, Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon, and Chair of COACh.

Geraldine Richmond, Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon, and Chair of COACh (Committee on the Advancement of Women Chemists) will speak at NSF on January 11, 2010, on "Potholes and Speedbumps on the Road to Diversity: COACh Efforts to Smooth the Ride."

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Ellen Zweibel, Department of Astronomy, University of Wisconsin, kicked off MPS' Distinguished Lecture Series with a talk at NSF on Oct. 13, 2009, "Cosmic Magnetism: Weaving a Tangled Web."

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