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Debenedetti Delivers Mason Lectures at Stanford

This week, Pablo Debenedetti, Class of 1950 Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Dean for Research, delivers the Mason Lectures in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University.  These lectures were established in 1975 to honor David M. Mason, the founding chair of Stanford’s Department  of Chemical Engineering.  The topics of Debenedetti’s two lectures are, “Molecular Simulation in Modern Chemical Engineering: A Thermodynamicist’s Perspective” (May 11), and “Models of Chiral Symmetry Breaking: From the Origin of Life to Pharmaceutical Separations” (May 13).