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Monday, April 1, 2086
“How Chemistry Helped Me Live to Be 143 Years Young: An Evening With Keith Richards” 3 p.m., Building 1205 X-Wing Auditorium
Tri-Dimensional Chess. 12 p.m., Building 2213 Quantum Café
“Structural and Chemical Properties of 4-D Nanomaterials: Timephene and Inertia Tubes” by Rex Chronos, University of Gallifrey. 3:30 p.m., Brainjack channel 142.
“Definitive Determination of Felidae Life Functions in the Presence of Transuranics” by Hariwini Taylor. Unseen University. Time and Location TBD.
“Making the Most of Your New Atlantic Beachfront Property” by Proteus Weatherby, Northern Illinois Realtors Association. 11 a.m., Building 8790 Holotorium.
Argonne in the News
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