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Brookhaven Lecture Archive: 301 – 400

301st Brookhaven Lecture
Dec. 21, 1994
Looking Inside the Proton With Scattered Laser Light
Andrew Sandorfi, Physics

302nd Brookhaven Lecture
January 18, 1995
2001 - An Inner Space Odyssey: High Energy Physics in the Next Millenium
William Marciano, Physics

303rd Brookhaven Lecture
February 15, 1995
Is the Sky Falling? Measuring Ultraviolet Radiation Damage of DNA
John Sutherland, Biology

304th Brookhaven Lecture
March 15, 1995
DNA Sequencing for the Human Genome Project
William Studier, Biology

305th Brookhaven Lecture
April 19, 1995
Spinning Protons and Siberian Snakes
Tom Roser, AGS

306th Brookhaven Lecture
May 17, 1995
AChE in 3-D: Mysteries Revealed from the Crystal Structure
Joel Sussman, Chemistry and Biology

307th Brookhaven Lecture
June 28, 1995
Radiation Protection: Then and Now
Charles Meinhold, Advanced Technology

308th Brookhaven Lecture
September 13, 1995
Live Images of the Addicted Brain As Seen Through PET
Nora Volkow, Medical

309th Brookhaven Lecture
October 11, 1995
Magnetic Susceptibility in MRI--Imaging Brain Function
Charles Springer, Chemistry

310th Brookhaven Lecture
November 15, 1995
History of the Laboratory, Part III: The Goldhaber Years
Robert Crease, Director’s Office

311th Brookhaven Lecture
December 13, 1995
Ten Years After Chernobyl: Soviet-Designed Reactor Safety Today
William Horak, Advanced Technology

312th Brookhaven Lecture
January 31, 1995
Safeguarding Russian Nuclear Materials: U.S.-Russian Cooperation
C. Ruth Kempf, Advanced Technology

313th Brookhaven Lecture
February 14, 1996
Superconductors of a Different Stripe
John Tranquada, Physics

314th Brookhaven Lecture
March 20, 1996
Accelerating High-Intensity Beam at the AGS
Mike Brennan, AGS

315th Brookhaven Lecture
April 17, 1996
Catching Waves and Making Waves: Laser Accelerators and Their Inverses
Ilan Ben-Zvi, NSLS

316th Brookhaven Lecture
May 15, 1996
Harnessing Microbes to Clean Up Radioactive Waste
A. J. Francis, Applied Science

317th Brookhaven Lecture
June 19, 1996
The Route to the Top: Search for Last Quark.
Serban Protopopescu, Physics

318th Brookhaven Lecture
August 28, 1996
Engineering Enzymes to Make Better Oils
John Shanklin, Biology

319th Brookhaven Lecture
September 18, 1996
Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Radiological Releases and Their Impact on Long Island’s Environment
W. Robert Casey, Safety & Environmental Protection

320th Brookhaven Lecture
October 16, 1996
Revisiting the Big Bang: RHIC Research Program and Detectors
Samuel Aronson, Physics

321st Brookhaven Lecture
November 20, 1996
Is the Ozone (W)hole? From Ozone Depletion to Global Warming
Dan Imre, Applied Science

322nd Brookhaven Lecture
December 18, 1996
Ice skating, burning candles, and the role of surfaces in freezing and melting.
Ben Ocko, Physics

323rd Brookhaven Lecture
January 22, 1997
Neuro-Imaging with SPECT: Retrospect and Prospect
S. John Gatley, Medical

324th Brookhaven Lecture
February 26, 1997
Plane and Fancy: Flat Panel Laser Display
James Veligdan, Advanced Technology

325th Brookhaven Lecture
March 19, 1997
How Big Science Came to Long Island: the Birth of BNL
Robert Crease, Director’s Office

326th Brookhaven Lecture
April 30, 1997
High Temperature Superconductivity: The First Ten Years
Victory Emery, Physics

327th Brookhaven Lecture
May 22, 1997
Illuminating the 3-D Structure of a Lyme Disease Protein
Cathy Lawson, Biology

328th Brookhaven Lecture
June 25, 1997
Surface Electrochemistry: Surface Science with Potential
Radoslav Adzic, Applied Science

329th Brookhaven Lecture
September 17, 1997
Electron, Atom, Molecule and laser fields
Louis DiMauro, Chemistry

330th Brookhaven Lecture
October 29, 1997
Electron-Beam Ion Source: An Ion Source that Outstrips Others
Edward Beebe, AGS

331st Brookhaven Lecture
November 24, 1997
Ozone in the Troposphere - From Nashville to Kuwait
Peter Duam, Applied Science

331st Brookhaven Lecture
December 17, 1997
Recreating the Big Bang in the Laboratory: Theory and Phenomenology of RHIC
Klaus Kinder-Geiger, Physics

333rd Brookhaven Lecture
January 21, 1998
Two Brookhaven Parables: Changing Perceptions of Science
Robert Crease, Director’s Office

334th Brookhaven Lecture
February 25, 1998
Psychology of Organizations
Sonja Haber, Applied Technology

335th Brookhaven Lecture
March 25, 1998
Let There Be Darkness: A Search for Axions
Yannis Semertzidis, Physics

336th Brookhaven Lecture
April 22, 1998
Cloning a human virus receptor gene: implications for gene therapy
Paul Freimuth, Biology

337th Brookhaven Lecture
May 27, 1998
LIDAR: Chemical Analysis From Afar
Arthur Sedlacek, Applied Technology

338th Brookhaven Lecture
September 16, 1998
Chemical Dynamics: Tuning in Molecular Motion With FM Spectroscopy
Gregory Hall, Chemistry

339th Brookhaven Lecture
October 21, 1998
Rendering Asbestos Harmless
Leon Petrakis, Applied Science

340th Brookhaven Lecture
November 18, 1998
Fighting Brain Cancer: Clinical Aspects of Boron Neutron Capture Therapy
Aidnag Diaz, Medical

341st Brookhaven Lecture
December 16, 1998
Breakdown: the events of 1997 at BNL
Robert Crease, Director’s Office

342nd Brookhaven Lecture
January 27, 1999
Beating the Odds on Rare Kaon Decay
Laurence Littenberg, Physics

343rd Brookhaven Lecture
February 24, 1999
Technologies Used for Environmental Restoration at BNL
Bill Gunther, Environmental Management

344th Brookhaven Lecture
March 24, 1999
Probing the Nature of Force: The Muon g-2 Experiment at the AGS
Ralf Prigl, AGS

345th Brookhaven Lecture
April 21, 1999
Shaking Neutrons Loose: The Spallation Neutron Source at the AGS
Jerry Hastings, NSLS

346th Brookhaven Lecture
May 27, 1999
Macro-Molecular Machines at Work in the Intra-Cellular Assembly Line
John Flanagan, Biology

347th Brookhaven Lecture
June 16, 1999
Seeing is Believing: Advanced Electron Microscopy in Material Science
Yimei Zhu, Materials Science

348th Brookhaven Lecture
July 21, 1999
On the Threshold of Discovery at RHIC
Tim Hallman, Physics

349th Brookhaven Lecture
November 10, 1999
What Can Neutrons Tell Us About Molecular Structure and Dynamics: Exploring Matter with Neutrons
Tom Koetzle, Chemistry

351st Brookhaven Lecture
January 19, 2000
High Gain Harmonic Generation Free Electron Laser Results
Li-Hua Yu, NSLS

352nd Brookhaven Lecture
March 15, 2000
Fast Chemistry with BNL’s New LEAF
John Miller, Chemistry

353rd Brookhaven Lecture
April 26, 2000
A Genetic Approach to Cotton-Fiber Quality
Benjamin Burr, Biology

354th Brookhaven Lecture
May 17, 2000
From Aerosol Microphysics to Geophysics
Robert McGraw, Environmental Sciences

355th Brookhaven Lecture
June 14, 2000
RHIC Commissioning: The Gold Rush Toward Collision
Fulvia Pilat. Collider-Accelerator

356th Brookhaven Lecture
July 19, 2000
Wedding Lasers and Accelerators: the BNL DUV-FEL
Erik Johnson, NSLS

357th Brookhaven Lecture
October 18, 2000
Phenix’s First Flight: Continuing the Search for Quark-Gluon Plasma
Jeffrey Mitchell, Physics

358th Brookhaven Lecture
November 29, 2000
Partnership for Nuclear Safety: The U.S. Helps Russians Help Themselves
Leslie Fishbone, Nonproliferation and National Security

359th Brookhaven Lecture
December 20, 2000
Building Better Batteries: Improving Materials for Hydrogen Storage
Tom Vogt, Physics

360th Brookhaven Lecture
January 31, 2001
A Softer X-Ray View into the Diamond Anvil Cell: Electronic Structure of Materials under High Pressure
Chi-Chang Kao, NSLS

361st Brookhaven Lecture
February 21, 2001
Structural Genomics: Bringing the Genome to Life
William Studier, Biology

362nd Brookhaven Lecture
March 21, 2001
Environmental Catalysis: Unraveling the Mysteries Behind Desulfurization
Jose Rodriguez, Chemistry

363rd Brookhaven Lecture
April 18, 2001
What Have We Learned From RHIC?
Mark Baker, Chemistry

364th Brookhaven Lecture
May 16, 2001
From Anarchy to Oligarchy: Structure-Magnetism Connections, Magnetism in Nanosystems
Laura Lewis, Energy Sciences &Technology

365th Brookhaven Lecture
June 20, 2001
Brain Changes with Obesity
Gene-Jack Wang, Medical

366th Brookhaven Lecture
September 19, 2001
Investigating Bacterial Nanotoxins
Subramanyam Swaminathan, Biology

367th Brookhaven Lecture
October 23, 2001
Tickling Superconductors with Infrared Light
Larry Carr, NSLS

368th Brookhaven Lecture
December 12, 2001
Protons for Cancer Therapy and Imaging
Stephen Peggs, Collider-Accelerator

369th Brookhaven Lecture
January 16, 2002
Materials Science at the Nanoscale
David Welch, Materials Sciences

370th Brookhaven Lecture
February 20, 2002
On Inspection with the International Atomic Energy Agency
Susan Pepper, Nonproliferation and National Security

371st Brookhaven Lecture
March 20, 2002
Strangeness in Nuclei
Morgan May, Physics

372nd Brookhaven Lecture
April 17, 2002
An Overview of the SNS Project: A Personal Perspective
Bill Weng, Center for Accelerator Physics

373rd Brookhaven Lecture
June 4, 2002
Chemical Dynamics: Imaging the Intimate Lives of Molecules
Arthur Suits, Chemistry

374th Brookhaven Lecture
June 19, 2002
Probing Hot, Dense Matter with Hard Probes
Thomas Ulrich, Physics

375th Brookhaven Lecture
July 17, 2002
Clouds and Climate Through a Soda Straw
Mark Miller, Environmental Sciences

376th Brookhaven Lecture
September 18, 2002
Atomic Sinner: J. Robert Oppenheimer
Robert Crease, Director’s Office

377th Brookhaven Lecture
October 16, 2002
Magnetism in Ultra-Thin Films
Elio Vescovo, NSLS

378th Brookhaven Lecture
November 13, 2002
Proton Radiography: To See or Not to See?
George Greene, Energy Sciences and Technology

379th Brookhaven Lecture
January 15, 2003
Why Does Houston Have a Texas-Sized Ozone Problem?
Larry Kleinmann, Environmental Sciences

380th Brookhaven Lecture
February 12, 2003
Electron Cooling at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider
Ilan Ben-Zvi, Collider-Accelerator and Physics

381st Brookhaven Lecture
March 19, 2003
Bacterial Biosensors: Tools to Manage Soils and Sludge Contaminated with Heavy Metals
Daniel van der Lelie, Biology

382nd Brookhaven Lecture
April 16, 2003
From RHIC to Rats: Detector Technology Applied to Medical Research
David, Schlyer, Chemistry

383rd Brookhaven Lecture
May 21, 2003
Jet Physics at RHIC: Focusing High-Energy Tools on Nuclear Collisions
David Morrison, Physics

384th Brookhaven Lecture
June 18, 2003
The dAu of RHIC: The Challenges of Flexible RHIC Operations
Todd Satogata, Collider-Accelerator

385th Brookhaven Lecture
July 16, 2003
Batteries: From Frogs’ Legs to Hybrid Vehicles
Jim McBreen, Materials Science

386th Brookhaven Lecture
September 17, 2003
The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments in Physics
Robert Crease, Director’s Office

387th Brookhaven Lecture
October 15, 2003
Ionic Liquids: Salt for the Earth
James Wishart, Chemistry

388th Brookhaven Lecture
November 12, 2003
Understanding and Improving Crew Performance in Complex Systems
John O’Hara, Energy Sciences & Technology

389th Brookhaven Lecture
December 17, 2003
Nanoscale Twist in Liquid Crystal Miniature Video Displays
Ron Pindak, NSLS

390th Brookhaven Lecture
January 29, 2004
Making High Temperature Superconductors Work
Mas Suenaga, Materials Science

391st Brookhaven Lecture
February 25, 2004
Cultivating Crystallography: A Research Resource for Biomolecular Structure at the NSLS
Robert Sweet, Biology

392nd Brookhaven Lecture
March 17, 2004
Multi-Modality Imaging in Small Animals: What Imaging Can Tell Us About Diseases and Treatments
Helene Benveniste, Life Sciences ALD

393rd Brookhaven Lecture
April 21, 2004
ATLAS at the LHC: Exploring the Energy Frontier
Hong Ma, Physics

394th Brookhaven Lecture
May 19, 2004
Protecting Our National Security: BNL’s Contributions
Paul Moskowitz, Nonproliferation and National Security

395th Brookhaven Lecture
June 16, 2004
NSRL: Evaluating the Space-Radiation-Associated Risks to Space Travelers
Adam Rusek, Collider-Accelerator

396th Brookhaven Lecture
September 22, 2004
Scientific Journals: What Does the Future Hold?
Martin Blume, APS

397th Brookhaven Lecture
October 13, 2004
Applications of Scientific Visualization
Michael McGuigan, ITD

398th Brookhaven Lecture
November 17, 2004
Quantitative MRI Studies of Water in the Brain: Insights Into Multiple Sclerosis
William Rooney, Chemistry

399th Brookhaven Lecture
December 17, 2004
Diffraction Enhanced Imaging: Seeing X-Rays as One Sees the Light
Zhong Zhong, NSLS

400th Brookhaven Lecture
January 19, 2005
The Role of Empirical Rules in Predicting Directions in Science
Maurice Goldhaber, Physics