Our seminar series provide an opportunity to learn about exciting current research at other universities and in industrial research laboratories.
Chemical Biology Seminars (AY2019-2020 PDF)
Chemical Biology Seminars are typically held on Monday afternoons at 4:00pm (refreshments at 3:45pm) in MIT room 4-270 unless otherwise noted. Visit the MIT calendar for a list of upcoming Chemical Biology Seminars.
Chemical Biology Seminar Contact:
Betty Lou McLanahan
Inorganic Chemistry Seminars (AY2019-2020 PDF)
Inorganic Chemistry Seminars are typically held on Wednesday afternoons at 4:15 pm in MIT room 4-370 unless otherwise noted. Harvard lectures are held in Pfizer Lecture Hall, lower level, Mallinckrodt Labs, 12 Oxford St., Cambridge. Visit the MIT calendar for a complete list of upcoming Inorganic Seminars.
Inorganic Chemistry Seminar Contact:
Organic Chemistry Seminars (AY2019-2020 PDF)
Organic Chemistry Seminars are typically held on Thursday afternoons at 4:00pm in MIT room 6-120 unless otherwise noted. Visit the MIT calendar for a complete list of upcoming Organic Chemistry Seminars.
Organic Chemistry Seminar Contact:
Physical Chemistry Seminars (Fall 2019 PDF)
Physical Chemistry Seminars are typically held on Tuesday afternoons at 4:00PM in MIT Room 6-120 at 4:00 PM. Refreshments will be served at 3:30 PM outside Room 6-120 unless otherwise stated. Visit the MIT calendar for a complete list of upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminars.
Physical Chemistry Seminar Contact:
Chemistry Student Seminars
Chemistry Student Seminar (CSS) is a student-organized seminar series that host graduate students and postdocs to share their research in a friendly and informal environment. These seminars are are held on Friday mornings at 10:00AM in Room 4-163. Free donuts, bagels and coffee are provided. Visit the MIT calendar for more information about the Chemistry Student Seminar series.
Chemistry Endowed Lectures
The A.D. Little Lecture (TBD – Spring 2020)
The John Waugh Lecture (TBD – Spring 2020)
For information on seminars outside of the Department of Chemistry, please visit the links below.