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NJIT Research Professor Reginald C. Farrow will discuss "Self-Assembled Carbon Nanotubes and Nanodevices" at the third installation of the NJIT-Sigma Xi Research Cafe on Nov.19, 4:30-6 p.m. in the Faculty Dining Area, 3rd Floor, NJIT Campus Center. For information, contact Jay Kappraff at 973-596-3490 or kappraff@adm.njit.edu. >>
Imagine beaming electric power from space as a viable solar energy option. Engineer and researcher Martin Hoffert, professor emeritus and former chair of the department of applied science at New York University, will discuss this theory further in a free lecture, open to the public, on Nov. 4, 2009 at NJIT, from 3-4:30 p.m. in the NJIT Campus Center Atrium. >>
Dr. Donald Louria, Chair Emeritus, Dept. of Preventive Medicine and Community Health,  New Jersey School of Medicine, will discuss "The Societal Consequences of Creating Extraordinary Longevity and the Looming Medicare Catastrophe: A Systems Approach" at the second session of The Research Café on Oct. 20 at 4:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Faculty Dining Room (3rd floor). Dr. Louria will give a talk based on his new book, Rethink: A Twenty-first Century Approach to Preventing Societal Catastrophes. The talk is sponsored by the NJIT chapter of Sigma Xi, the national research honor society. Refreshments will be served and also can be purchased in the Pub or other Campus Center locations. Contact: Jay Kappraff at x3490. >>
"The Value of Scientific Societies" is the topic of a presentation by Jerome F. Baker, PhD, executive director of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, on April 6, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Campus Center Atrium. The lecture, which is part of the NJIT Technology and Society Forum Series, will focus on how Sigma Xi is working to assist its members in adding value to their lives and to the lives of those impacted by engineering and science.  >>