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Wednesday, March 16, 2005


Employee Activities Assoc.
Yoga Class with Naomi Hartwig ($10/$12)
Bldg. 937-302

12:15 p.m.
Employee Activities Assoc.
Yoga Class with Chris Hoskins ($10/$12)
Bldg. 70A-3377

1 p.m.
Scientific Computing
Destriping: A Fast, Approximate Map-Making Method for Plank
Mark Ashdown, U. of Cambridge
Bldg. 50B-4205

1 p.m.
Nanoparticle Impact Series
Prospective Evaluation of Environmental Hazards Related to Manufactured Nanomaterials Dispersed in the Environment
Randy Maddalena, Tom McKone, Agnes Lobscheid
Bldg. 66 Auditorium

3 p.m.
Influence of Both Lateral Domain Formation and Interface Domain Wall on Exchange Bias Phenomena in TbFe/GdFe Ferromagnetic Bilayers
Stephane Mangin, Hitachi
Bldg. 6-2202

5 p.m.
Laser Safety Awareness
141 McCone Hall


7 a.m.

Red Wing Shoemobile
Cafeteria Parking Lot

8 a.m.
ASD Academy
EndNote Workshop
Bldg. 90-0026

10 a.m.
EHS 123
Adult CPR
Bldg. 48-109

10 a.m.
EHS 260
Basic Electrical Hazard Awareness
Bldg. 51-201

11 a.m.
Quantum Well Wtates in Cu Thin Film Grown on fcc Co(001)
Yizheng Wu, UC Berkeley
Bldg. 72-201

1 p.m.
EHS 61
Ergonomics Evaluator
Bldg. 51-201

1:30 p.m.
Surface Science and Catalysis
Catalytic Properties of Au Nanoparticles Synthesized by Inverse Micelle Encapsulation

Beatriz Roldan Cuenya, U. of Central Florida
Bldg. 66 Auditorium

2 p.m.
HRS 1003
What is Workplace Harassment?
Bldg. 2-100B


Morning Editions:
Cheese & Egg Quesadillas with Home Fries
Tomorrow's Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs with Potatoes O'Brien & Toast
Market Carvery: Prime Rib with Baked Potato & Vegetables
Fresh Grille: Grilled Sausage Sandwich with Peppers & Onions
Menutainment: Chicken Curry with Jasmine Rice

B'fast: 6:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Full menu

Global Warming Fix:
Bury Emissions Below


Berkeley Lab earth scientist Sally Benson was among the experts quoted in a recent Newhouse News Service story on carbon sequestration. The article describes how this process — which includes options such as burying millions of tons of carbon dioxide underground — could be an antidote to global warming. According to Benson, stashing CO2 seemed "pretty far out" just a few years ago. Now she contends it can be stored safely underground for thousands of years. Full story.


MacOSX Security Topic
Of Brown Bag Talk

Recent break-ins into MacOSX systems at the Lab show that Mac security is a real concern. What should Mac users do? Ian Kaufman, with the National Center for Electron Microscopy, will cover this topic at the Computer Protection Brown Bag Event at noon next Tuesday in Building 70A-3377. He'll discuss the recent break-ins and then cover HFS+ security, anti-virus software on Macs, disk/file encryption tools, and how to use MacOSX's built-in firewall. Bring your lunch and your questions.


Nanoparticle Lecture
Series Launches Today

An interdisciplinary group of Lab researchers — recognizing the need for research on "Nanoparticle Impacts on Human Health and the Environment" — have launched a new lecture series on the topic. The series will cover such issues as nanoparticle detection, geochemical interactions and transport properties, and the use of molecular biology methods to assess the response of living organisms to nanoparticles. The first lecture takes place today at 1 p.m. in the Building 66 Auditorium. It features Lab scientists Randy Maddalena and Tom McKone, and UC Berkeley's Agnes Lobscheid, who will speak on "Prospective Evaluation of Environmental Hazards Related to Manufactured Nanomaterials Dispersed in the Environment."


Laser Safety Class
On Campus Today

Berkeley Lab and UC Berkeley are offering the final session of the one-hour laser safety awareness class today at 5 p.m. in 141 McCone Hall. Space is limited. Go here to register (EHS 289).

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