International Year of Chemistry Exhibit

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Chemistry: A Tradition of Excellence
Solving Society's Most Important Problems -- Then and Now


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Friday, February 25 - Friday August 26
Walter Library, Great Hall

Chemistry is critical for solving society's most important
problems--improving human health and the environment, developing
nanotechnology and novel advanced materials for myriad applications,
and unraveling problems associated with finding alternative sources of
energy. In honor of the International Year of Chemistry, we are
highlighting research accomplishments from throughout the history of
the University of Minnesota's Department of Chemistry.

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