Brookhaven Lecture

"Synchrotron Science…and Bugs?"

Presented by Wah-Keat Lee, NSLS-II

Wednesday, November 18, 2015, 4:00 pm — Berkner Hall Auditorium

Mosquitos infect millions of people with diseases including life-threatening malaria and dengue every year. Other insects are blamed for billions of dollars of damage to crops across the United States. And while most people squirm, swat, and scratch at the sight of insects, othersâ€"albeit far fewer than mostâ€"look to research facilities like ultra-bright x-ray-producing synchrotron light sources for unprecedented views of these six-legged creatures

Hosted by: Tom Watson

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