Chemistry professor Nasri Nesnas was invited to give 10 lectures across multiple continents and 15 time zones this summer to share his work on topics such as how molecules can help explain the way humans think and see and the ability of light to control brain function.
University lecture destinations included Budapest, Shanghai, Beijing, Jerusalem and Abu Dis, Palestine. Nesnas’s research on developing light responsive molecules for brain studies is funded by the National Institutes of Health.
“It was an honor to impart the knowledge of chemistry to many people of different backgrounds and perspectives,” Nesnas said.
You can read about his full adventures this summer here: https://ecurrent.fit.edu/blog/research/nasri-nesnas/.