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Meyers gives Curry $22 million
Weiss to head Hem-One division
Microsoft gives $3 million to Darden/Curry program
Nursing School establishes rural health care effort
Digest
Making good health of world’s poor
Hereford’s half-century: Former president remembered as link between U.Va.’s past and future
Faculty Senate explores collaborations at retreat
Football game Oct. 7 will limit parking
Employees show they care
Art History — Mixing it up
Press launches first electronic imprint
U.Va. presents five-day Afropop festival
Nobel lecture series begins Oct. 11
Pulitzer prize-winner to speak at Law School
Never forget: ROTC honors fallen, missing comrades

 

Nobel lecture series begins Oct. 11

Peter Agre, professor of biological chemistry at Johns Hopkins University and joint recipient of the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will kick off a new annual series of public presentations at the University by distinguished Nobel science laureates. Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies, the program is an opportunity for the community to celebrate discovery and creativity as essential features of our institutional mission.

Agre will give two presentations about his Nobel experience and research in the discovery of water-selective channels in humans. The first, more technical lecture will be on Oct. 11 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Jordon Hall Auditorium. The second, more general talk will be held Oct. 12 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Rotunda Dome Room.


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