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Zare (Richard N.) Audiovisual Materials
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Audiovisual materials

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Myoglobin Rotating Color & Sound (test film). The Sense Bureau. Chemistry Dept., Univ. of Calif., San Diego La Jolla, Calif. 92037 1.1 1970 Sep

Physical Description: 1 film reel(s) (16mm)
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R. Zare Laser Film Answer print 1.2

Physical Description: 1 film reel(s) (16mm)
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Photodissociation of ICN the Senses Bureau. Chemistry Department University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California 92037 (September, 1970) For more information, see J. Chem. Phys. 52 4588 (1970). 1.3 1970 Sep

Physical Description: 1 film reel(s) (16mm)
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Unlabeled reels 1.4-1.9

Physical Description: 6 film reel(s) (16mm)
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Zare Laser 1.10

Physical Description: 1 film reel(s) (16mm)
 

International Scientific and Technological Cooperation award 2013

International Scientific and Technological Cooperation award: 2013

Physical Description: 1 computer file(s) (mp4)

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Ceremony for the International Scientific and Technological Cooperation award from the People's Republic of China, the highest award given to a foreign scientist. Zare was presented a certificate from President Hu Jingtao and a gold medal from State Counselor Madame Liu Yandong.
 

Honorary degree from the University of Edinburgh 2016-07

Honorary degree from the University of Edinburgh

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Richard Zare receiving an honorary degree from the University of Edinburgh on the occasion of their 50th anniversary of establishing a chemical physics graduate program.
From Zare:
"I was asked to prepare a very brief address to the graduates, one not to exceed two minutes. I found this challenging but did offer them just two words of advice: "Don't go!" I thought that this would provoke laughter from the audience but to my surprise it was greeted only by silence. Later on, I was told by others and by others who told others that these two words are all that were remembered from the long graduation ceremonies."