Shaw group members present their own research, interesting projects from the chemical literature, "Bad Science" talks covering scientific misconceptions held by the non-scientist public, and "How-To" talks outlining a technique or method commonly used by the group (see examples below). This time is also occassionally used for students to practice their seminar presentations or preview upcoming talks from speakers in analytical/physical seminars and colloquia.
Spring 2017 - Fridays at 8:30am in E231 CB (not meeting Feb 17, Mar 10 and 17, Apr 21)
Below are How-To presentations featuring instrumentation and theoretical concepts relevant to surface, environmental, electro-, analytical, and physical chemistry.
This section features group presentations on current or historical scientific misconceptions held by the non-science public.