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▶︎ CANCELED: From Pencil Lead to Skyscrapers: Building the Future with Carbon Nanomaterials

Friday, March 27, 2020
10:00am to 11:00am
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Beckman Auditorium
Michael F. Mazza, Graduate Student, Division of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Caltech,
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This event has been canceled.

This decision was made out of concern for the health of our community as a social distancing measure in light of COVID-19.

For updates from the Institute on its COVID-19 response, please visit Caltech's Coronavirus information page.

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The element carbon (C) is the primary building block of all living things. Every plant, animal, and person is made up of carbon and relies on carbon chemistry to live.

But carbon can do even more than that! Chemists and physicists around the world are working on making exciting new forms of carbon that can impact all parts of modern life.

Michael F. Mazza is a Caltech PhD candidate in Chemistry.

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