NSU to host lecture series on state schools' science research
BY SARA PLUMMER World Staff Writer
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
1/23/13 at 4:11 AM
BROKEN ARROW - Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will host a lecture series focused on scientific research conducted by several universities in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State University, Tulsa Community College, the Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences and the University of Tulsa collaborated to present the four lectures.
All will begin at 10 a.m. at NSU-BA in the Liberal Arts Building in Room 212:
Friday: "Mosquito ecology and disease transmission in changing Great Plains landscapes"
Feb. 22: "Bacterial photo- biology and the protein universe"
March 15: "The role of glutamate in peripheral pain mechanisms"
April 19: "Photoelectrochemical properties of heterostructured metal oxide nanorods"
The lectures are free and open to the public but are geared toward biology and chemistry students. For more information, call Sapna Das-Bradoo at 918-449-6413 or email email@example.com.
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