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Hanna Reisler is Celebrated in Special Journal Issue
Professor Hanna Reisler's scientific legacy has been recognized in a special Aug. 1, 2019 "festschrift" issue of Journal of Physical Chemistry A (https://pubs.acs.org/page/jpcafh/vsi/reisler-festschrift). The edition includes 47 original papers by well-wishers, a tribute by department Professor Curt Wittig and autobiographical notes (https://pubs.acs.org/toc/jpcafh/123/30). The department commends Reisler for excellence in teaching, mentoring, service and research, and her major leadership role in creating and nurturing the USC WiSE program.

The New Energy Economy, Powered by Dedication and Innovative Research
USC chemistry professor Surya Prakash talks about his life's work finding better ways to store and harness energy.
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A Brighter California Energy Future is in Sight
Solar-centric research by USC chemistry professors stands out in  California's efforts to fight climate change.
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Seminar / Events

08/23/2019: Inorganic
Professor David Mills
Department of Chemistry, The University of Manchester
"Building precise molecular architectures to unlock remarkable f-element properties"
12:30 p.m., GFS 101
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08/27/2019: Inorganic
Dr. Anna Regoutz
Department of Chemistry, University College London
"X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: From the Surface into the Bulk"
12:30 p.m., VPD 105
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09/03/2019: Inorganic
Professor Federico Rabuffetti
Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University
"Synthesis, Crystal-Chemistry, and Reactivity of Bimetallic Fluoroacetates: From Serendipity to a New Family of Organic–Inorganic Hybrids"
12:30 p.m., VPD 105
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