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Saul Krasner Memorial Science Lecture Series
The Saul Krasner Memorial Science Lecture Series features prominent speakers in physics, marine biology, chemistry, and the general sciences four to five times per semester. Seminars are intended for a diverse audience. The series is generously sponsored by the Robert T. Alexander Trust and is open to the public. For more information, contact LCDR Royce James.

Previous Seminar Speakers 

November 14, 2011 - Dr. Daniel Prober, Yale University
"Microwave Studies of Superconducting Detectors and Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes"

October 24, 2011 - Dr. Chinh Bui, Flight Safety Manager, Hamilton Sundstrand Space System International
"Safety Engineering Management"

September 29, 2011 - Dr. Larissa Williams, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
"The New Bedford Harbor Superfund Site: Politics, Pollution, Adaptation"

April 12, 2011 – Dr. Richard Easther, Yale University 

March 29, 2011 – Dr. Amanda Durante, City of New Haven/Yale University 

March 15, 2011 – Dr. Jorg-Micha Jahn, Southwest Research Institute/University of Texas San Antonio
"Space Weather in Earth's Magnetosphere: How "Vacuum" Can Be Stormy"

March 15, 2011 – Dr. Blair Tuttle, Penn State University "Hydrogen in Materials Science: From Basic Ideas to Advanced Technology to Undergraduate Research" 

March 14, 2011 – Dr. Eric Page, University of San Diego "Infused Photonic Crystal Fibers: Using light to Investigate Cancer-Linked Proteins" 

March 3, 2011 – Dr. James McDonald, University of Hartford "Helium Implanted Targets for Nuclear Accelerators" 

March 2, 2011 – Dr. Roberto Ramos, Drexel University
"100 Years of Superconductivity: From Zero Resistance to Giant, Artificial Atoms"

March 1, 2011 – Dr. Michael Mauel, Columbia University
"Bringing the Stars to Earth: The Path to Fusion Power"

October 27, 2010 – CAPT Michael Alfultis (Ret), University of Connecticut at Avery Point
"Oceanographic Implications of the Sea of Okhotsk Ice Cover"

October 8, 2010 – LT Christopher Roettgen, United States Navy
"Navigating a U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine"

October 7, 2010 – Dr. Joe Vinson, University of Scranton
"Chocolate: Is it Really Good For You?"

April 21, 2010 – Dr. Jed Goldstone, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
"The Chemical Defensome: Sensing and Responding to Pollution in Marine Animals"

April 15, 2010 – Prof. Ronald L. Mallet, University of Connecticut
"Time Travel: Possibility and Promise"

April 7, 2010 – Dr. Steve Spengler, Pacific Hydrogeologic
"Mycoremediation: Use of Fungi to Restore Contaminated Environments"

March 17, 2010 – David Mouer
"Taming High Temperature Matter for Fusion Energy Production"

November 18, 2009 – Dr. Joanna Levine, Mount Holyoke College
"Seeing Into the Dark: An Infrared View of Star Formation in Orion and Beyond"

October 20, 2009 – Phil Grossweiler, M.S., M&H Energy Services of Houston, TX
"Evolving U.S. Policies on Energy and Climate Change"

October 8, 2009 – Dr. Charles Keeton, Rutgers University
"A Ray of Light in a Sea of Dark Matter"

September 15, 2009 – Tony Del Genio, Ph.D., National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA)
"Weather Forecast for Saturn and Titan: Hazy, Windy, and Chance of Storms"