All Videos Chronologically

Douglas Jerolmack
Earth and Environmental Science, University of Pennsylvania
“The Secret Life of Pebbles: how the history of Earth and other planets is encoded in pebble shape”
November 16, 2017


David R. Busch
Physics, University of Pennsylvania
“From Flashlights to Brain Monitors, Diffuse Optics in Tissue”
October 26, 2017


Preston B. Moore
Chemistry Department, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia
“Smart Materials That Respond to Stimuli”
September 21, 2017


Neil Tomson
Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
“Chemical Lightning: Using Electrostatic Fields to Make Alternative Fuels”
May 25, 2017


Harold Gray
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
“Electricity Generation from Nuclear Power Reactors”
April 20, 2017


Peter J. Collings
Physics, Swarthmore College and University of Pennsylvania
“Liquid Crystals: Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them!”
March 23, 2017


Jeffery G. Saven
Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
“Sculpting Protein”
February 15, 2017


Eli Burstein Lecture in Materials Science
Emilio Mendez

Director of Energy Science and Technology, Brookhaven National Laboratory
and Professor of Physics, Stony Brook University
“Confinement & Tunneling, Pillars of Nanoscience”
February 14, 2017


Jorge Santiago-Aviles
ESE, University of Pennsylvania
“The Importance of Batteries and Super Capacitors to the Electric Car and to an Efficient Power Grid”
January 26, 2017


Computing Facility
Robert A. Riggleman & Daniel Widyono


Paulo E. Arratia
MEAM & CBE, University of Pennsylvania
“A Fantastic Voyage – From Bacteria to Micro-robots”
December 8, 2016


Randall Kamien
Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
“The Mathematics of Paper”
November 17, 2016


Ivan J. Dmochowski
Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
“Designing Light-Responsive Molecules for Biomedical Applications”
September 29, 2016


Multi-Angle X-ray Scattering Facility
Paul A. Heiney & Karen Winey

 

REU Lecture
Randall D. Kamien

Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
“The Mathematics of Paper”
June 23, 2016

 

9th Annual Symposium on PREM-related Research
Structure and Properties of Biopolymers
The Symposium was held on Friday, May 6th, 2016 from 9:45 am until 5:30 pm at Sheraton Old San Juan Hotel.

Jeffery G. Saven
“Using theory and computation to design new biomaterials”

David M. Chenoweth
“Collagen: The Most Abundant Protein in Animals and an Amazing Biomaterial”

Jason A. Burdick
“Engineered Biopolymer Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications”

Feng Gai
“Assessing and Manipulating Protein Folding Dynamics”

Ivan Dmochowski
“ “Spying” on Nanoporous (Bio)materials with Xenon”

Daeyeon Lee
“Recombinant Protein-Stabilized Microbubbles for Potential Applications in Cancer Theranostics”

 

Struan F.A. Grant
Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
“Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes ARE Genetic: Successes from Genome Wide Scans”
April 28, 2016


The 2016 Robert Maddin Lecture in Materials Science
Robert J. Cava

Wellman Moore Professor of Chemistry, Princeton University
“Finding New Electronic Materials”
April 28, 2016


Raymond J. Gorte
Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
“Automotive Emissions-Control Systems: How Does It Work and What Did Volkswagen Do?”
March 31, 2016


Bill Berner
Physics, University of Pennsylvania
“It’s All Smoke and Mirrors: The Physics of Images”
December 3, 2015


Neil C. Tomson
Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
“The Problem with Solar Energy, and How to Fix It”
November 5, 2015


Arjun G. Yodh
Director of The Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter at the University of Pennsylvania
with
William W. Braham, Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania
Ravi Sheth, Professor, the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pennsylvania
hosted by
Derrick Pitts, Chief Astronomer, The Franklin Institute
“Why Light Matters”
October 27, 2015


Alison Sweeney
Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
Brice Ménard
Department of Physics & Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University
“Deep Sea or Deep Space? Observations of structure and diversity in the near-universe and earth’s own deep sea.”
October 15, 2015


A.T. Charlie Johnson
Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
“A ‘Bionic Nose’ to Smell Cancer – From Small Science to Major Applications”
September 17, 2015


Pedro Ducos
Graduate Student, Physics & Astronomy University of Pennsylvania
“Graphene Transistors for Cancer Detection”
April 9, 2015


Madeline Díaz Serrano, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow for Academic Diversity, University of Pennsylvania
PREM Seminar UPR-Humacao
“Bio-Nano Hybrids for Medical Diagnostics”
March 26, 2015


Eli Burstein Lecture in Materials Science
Michael L. Klein
Laura H Carnell Professor of Science Temple University
“SOFT MATERIALS: Physics to Physiology via Computation”
March 24, 2015


LRSM Science CafeCarlos Perez
MSE, University of Pennsylvania
“The Missing Piece: Energy Storage for a Sustainable World”
March 18, 2015


LRSM Science CafeEric Schelter
Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
“Rare Earth Metals: I-phones to Alien Life”
February 18, 2015


LRSM Video Conference with the University of Puerto
Rico Jorge J. Santiago-Aviles
Associate Professor, Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)
“Powering the IoT Energy Scavenging from Vibrations” February 5, 2015


LRSM Science CafeDoug Durian
Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
“Grains of Physics”
January 21, 2015


LRSM Science CafeNicholas Kybert
Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
“Nanotube ‘Noses’: Putting Sniffer Dogs out of Business”
December 10, 2014


LRSM Science CafeDavid Salas-de la Cruz, Ph.D., EIT
Rutgers University, Camden
“How 3-D Printing Can Disrupt the Status Quo”
November 5, 2014


LRSM Science CafeIgor Bargatin
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania
“Producing Solar Electricity by Boiling Water … and Electrons!”
October 15, 2014


LRSM Science CafeMatthew J. Lazzara
CBE, University of Pennsylvania
“Personalized Medicine for Cancer”
September 3, 2014


LRSM Science CafeRuss Composto, MSE, University of Pennsylvania
Schuyler Patton, Central High School, Philadelphia
“Eating in a Material World”
April 2, 2014


LRSM Science CafeTim Bechtel
Enviroscan Inc. & University of Pennsylvania
“Fracking, Fracing, or Frac’ing … What is Going on Down There?”
March 5, 2014


LRSM Science CafeWilliam Wunner
Wistar Institute, Philadelphia
“Rabies – A perpetual killer disease of humans challenges scientists, public health officials and governments”
February 12, 2014


LRSM Science CafeEric L. Hume, MD
Penn Orthopaedics Perelman SOM, University of Pennsylvania
“Adventures and Misadventures in Materials and Biology: 50 Years of Hip Replacement Progress”
January 8, 2014


LRSM Science CafeNader Enghetab
Electrical & Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
“Abracadabra:Making Things Invisible and Seeing the Unseen”
November 13, 2013


Eli Burstein Lecture in Materials Science

Alan J. Heeger
Nobel Laureate, Chemistry, 2000
Department of Physics & Department of Materials
University of California, Santa Barbara
“Plastic Solar Cells: Coherence & Uncertainty in Nano-structured Materials”
November 12, 2013


How to Start a Materials Based Company
FEATURED PANELISTS
Bernardo Cordovez, CEO, Optofluidics, Inc.
Mike Patterson, CEO, Graphene Frontiers LLC
Lisa Bergson, CEO, Tiger Optics LLC
Michael Poisel, UPStart Director, Penn Center for Technology Transfer
October 28, 2013


LRSM Science CafeMichael Naguib
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Drexel University
“Charging your cell phone in two minutes or less: Unlocking the potential of the two-dimensional world.”
October 2, 2013


LRSM Science CafeJanet Monge
University of Pennsylvania Museum/Anthropology
“Forensic Anthropology: Death by Hemlock, Cholera, and Marijuana”
September 4, 2013


Daeyeon Lee
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
“Beers, Bubbles, and Beyond: Bubble Science & Engineering”
June 20, 2013


Mojca Čepič, Jerneja Pavlin, Maja Pečar
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia “Liquid Crystals and Other Anisotropic Materials – Our Every Day Friends”
June 12, 2013


Randall Kamien
Physics & Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania “Homotopy, Sweet Homotopy”
recorded June 6, 2013


LRSM 50th Anniversary Celebration
Arjun G.Yodh, Director, LRSM, University of Pennsylvania (00:15)
Vincent Price, Provost, University of Pennsylvania (01:25)
Steven J. Fluharty, Senior Vice Provost for Research, University of Pennsylvania (06:50)

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Eider Urrutia
Universidad del Pais Vasco – Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
“CONTROL DIGITAL DE POSICIÓN DE UN VEHÍCULO”
recorded February 16, 2012 follow along with the [slides] part 1:


Eider Urrutia
Universidad del Pais Vasco – Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
“CONTROL DIGITAL DE POSICIÓN DE UN VEHÍCULO”
recorded February 16, 2012 follow along with the [slides] part 2:


Prashant K. Purohit
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania
“Mechanics of DNA packaging and ejection in viruses”
recorded January 19, 2012 follow along with the [ slides ] part 1:


Prashant K. Purohit
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania
“Mechanics of DNA packaging and ejection in viruses”
recorded January 19, 2012 follow along with the [ slides ] part 2:


Bill Berner, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Physics & Astronomy
“Why is a Cloud like a Volcano?”
October, 2011


Dr. Maria Jose Lopez-Martinez, University of Groningen
follow along with the [ slides ]


As part of the LRSM’s Partnership for Research and Education in Materials, PREM, Maria Jose Lopez Martinez gives a video conference lecture to the University of Puerto Rico on October 13, 2011.