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Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

General

Description of Series

Series I: Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences 1990-1993

Series II: Correspondence 1992-1996

Series III: Articles and Reprints 1990-1998

Series IV: Personal 1990-1998

Series V: Chemistry 102 Lecture Notes, Problem Sets, and Exams 1994-1997, n.d.

Series VI: Finding Aid and Container List for Richard E. Smalley Papers, Chemical Heritage Foundation Archives 2006

Series VII: Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences 1994 - 2002

Series VIII: Nanotechnology and Nanohealth at Rice University 1993-2005

Series IX: Reprints and Articles 1973-2003

Series X: Areas of interest/research 1995-2004

Series XI: Copies of Research Notebooks 1984-2005

Series XII: Chemistry 151 Lecture Notes, Problem Sets, and Exams 1998

Series XIII: Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences 2003-2005

Series XIV: Projects and Administration 1996-2005

Series XV: Personal 1992-2006

Series XVI: Oversize

Series XVII: Photographs 1996-2005, undated

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Richard Smalley papers, 1973-2006, bulk 1990-2005 MS 490



creator Smalley, Richard E., 1943-2005
Title: Richard Smalley papers
Dates: 1973-2006
Dates: bulk
Abstract: The papers of Nobel Prize winning chemist and physicist Richard E. Smalley are comprised of the lectures, presentations and supporting materials leading to Smalley's discovery of fullerenes, which eventually lead to his Nobel Prize. Included are lectures and presentations, conferences attended, awards received, and articles written. Copies of Dr. Smalley's actual laboratory research notes and materials are included. Smalley was affiliated with Rice University from 1976 until his death in 2005.
Identification: MS 490
Quantity: 12.5 Linear Feet
Quantity: (15 boxes)
Language: English
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical Note

Richard E. Smalley was affiliated with Rice University from 1976 until his death in 2005, serving as the Gene and Norman Hackerman Professor of Chemistry at Rice beginning in 1982 and Professor of Physics at Rice beginning in 1990. A co-founder of the Rice Quantum Institute in 1979, he served as its chairman beginning in 1986, and was the director of the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences (elected 1990), the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (elected 1991), and was the recipient of the 1991 Irving Langmuir Prize in chemical physics, the 1992 International Prize for New Materials (shared with R.F. Curl and H.W. Kroto), the 1992 E.O. Lawrence Award of the U.S. Department of Energy, the 1992 Robert A. Welch Award in Chemistry, the 1993 William H. Nichols Medal, and the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (shared with R.F. Curl and H.W. Kroto).

Smalley pioneered advances in the development of supersonic beam laser spectroscopy, super-cold pulsed beams, and laser-driven sources of free radicals, triplets, and metal and semiconductor cluster beams. He discovered and characterized fullerenes, the third elemental form of carbon after graphite and diamond, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize.

Born June 6, 1943, in Akron, Ohio, Smalley received his bachelor's degree in chemistry in 1965 from the University of Michigan, and master's and doctorate degrees from Princeton University in 1971 and 1973.

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Scope and Contents

The Richard E. Smalley Papers comprise the lectures, presentations and supporting materials leading to Smalley's discovery of fullerenes, which eventually lead to his Nobel Prize. Included are lectures and presentations, conferences attended, awards received, and articles written. Copies of Dr. Smalley's actual laboratory research notes and materials are included.

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

Stored off-site at the Library Service Center. Please request this material via woodson@rice.edu or call 713-348-2586.

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research. Series XI, the copies of Dr. Smalley's research notes, are restricted. Permission to view these materials must be obtained from the Rice University Office of the General Counsel.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish from the Richard Smalley Papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library. Copyright release on articles, lectures and any published materials must be obtained from the publication.

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Index Terms

articles
journals (periodicals)
lecture notes
letters (correspondence)
Chemists
Fullerenes
Laser spectroscopy
Nanotechnology
Nobel prizes
Smalley, Richard E., 1943-2005

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Related Materials

Materials related to the Richard Smalley Academic Papers can be found in the Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology Records (UA 184, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Richard Smalley Papers, 1973-2006, MS 490, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University

Acquisition Information

The Richard Smalley Papers were received on Sept. 26, 2000 from Carter Kittrell, Rice Chemistry Department research scientist, after Richard Smalley had placed them in storage. Additional materials were received in 2010 and 2015 from the Richard E. Smalley Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology.

Processing Information

Processed by Lee Pecht June 2001

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I: Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences 1990-1993

Scope and Contents note
Events attended by Dr. Smalley in the capacity of moderator, panelist or other official.
Box Folder
1 1 Office of Naval Research, "Semiconductor Cluster Surface Chemistry" Jan. 21-23, 1990
2 American Society for Mass Spectrometry, "Advances Toward a General FT-ICR Approach to Cluster Surface Science" Jan. 28-31, 1990
3 American Association for the Advancement of Science, "C 60: Buckminsterfullerene" Feb. 15-20, 1990
4 Baylor University Chemistry Department, "C 60 and Other Strange Beasts from the Land of Supersonic Beams" Feb. 23, 1990
5 University of Houston Physics Department, "Nanocluster Surfaces: Chemistry & Physics" March 6, 1990
6 American Physical Society, "In Search of Special Structures" March 12-16, 1990
7 Department of Energy Sciences' Catalysis and Surface Chemistry Research, March 26-28, 1990
8 Combustion Dynamics Facility Workshop, April 5-7, 1990
9 American Chemical Society, "FT-ICR Studies of Cluster Surface Chemistry" April 22-27, 1990
10 National Academy of Sciences, "C 60, Soot, and Stars" April 24, 1990
11 Army Research Office, "Gas Phase Probes of Gallium Arsenide Cluster Chemistry" May 9-11, 1990
12 University of Minnesota Department of Chemistry, "Tinker Toy Surface Science,""Past and Future Spectral Probes of Clusters,""C 60, Soot, and Stars" May 14-18, 1990
13 Committee on Atomic, Molecular and Optical Sciences, May 20, 1990
14 American Society for Mass Spectrometry, "FT-ICT and the Future of Cluster Surface Science" June 3-8, 1990
15 High Temperature Chemistry Gordon Research Conference, "Refractory Cluster Beams" July 23-27, 1990
16 American Chemical Society, "Cluster Surface Chemistry via FT-ICR" Aug. 27-29, 1990
17 Frontiers of Materials Sciences, "Clusters of Silicon, Germanium and Diamond" Oct. 26, 1990
18 Pacific Northwest Laboratories Workshop, Nov. 19-20, 1990
19 Materials Research Society, "Laser Annealing of Semiconductor Clusters: Silicon Nanocrystals" Nov. 26-30, 1990
20 IBM Almaden Physical Science Colloquium, "Surface Chemistry and Physics of Levitated Clusters" Dec. 6, 1990
21 National Institute of Standards and Technology, "Formation and Properties of C 60 and the Fullerenes" Dec. 6-7, 1990
22 University of California San Diego Chemistry Department, "C 60, Chapter 2" Jan. 22, 1991
23 Texas Instruments, "Carbon Fullerenes" Jan. 31, 1991
24 Texas A&M Physics Department, "C 60, Chapter II" Feb. 27, 1991
25 Naval Research Laboratory, "Surface Chemistry of Laser Annealed Clusters" March 13, 1991
26 American Physical Society, "C 60-Chapter 2" March 18-22, 1991
27 Indiana University, "C 60: Chapter 2" March 28, 1991
28 Johns Hopkins University, "C 60: Chapter Two" March 29, 1991
29 American Chemical Society, "Surface Chemistry of Laser-Annealed Clusters" April 14-19, 1991
30 NATO Advanced Research Workshop, "Surface Chemistry and Photophysics of Levitated Clusters" April 19-26, 1991
31 National Academy of Sciences, April 28-May 1, 1991
32 Smithsonian Institution, "Breakthrough in Chemistry: Buckyballs" May 1, 1991
33 James Franck Institute (University of Chicago), "Buckminsterfullerene: Chapter 2" May 7, 1991
34 Quatum Electronics Laser Science, "Image-Charge Bound States of Metal Clusters" May 13-17, 1991
35 Shell Development Co., "Buckyballs" May 22, 1991
36 Michigan State University, "C 60: Chapter 2" May 31, 1991
37 GE Corporate Research Division, June 17, 1991
38 National Research Council Canada, "Buckyballs" June 18-20, 1991
39 Dow Chemical Co., "Buckyballs" June 21-22, 1991
40 Gordon Research Conference on Metal and Semiconductor Clusters, Aug. 5-9, 1991
41 American Chemical Society, Aug. 25-30, 1991
42 Rotary Club of River Oaks, Sept. 10, 1991
43 American Chemical Society, "Buckyballs" Sept. 12, 1991
44 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Sept. 13-14, 1991
45 University of Arizona, "Doping the Fullerenes" Sept. 18, 1991
46 Loyola University, Oct. 3, 1991
47 International Symposium on Physics and Chemistry of Finite Systems, "C 60 Today" Oct. 8-12, 1991
48 Electrochemical Society, "Doping Bucky" Oct. 13-17, 1991
49 American Institute of Physics Corporate Associates, "Buckyballs" Oct. 22, 1991
50 University of Houston College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, "Buckyballs" Oct. 26, 1991
51 UCLA, "Beyond Bucky" Oct. 31, 1991
52 Rice University Fund Council, "Buckyballs" Nov. 1, 1991
53 Amsterdam Chemistry conference, "Reactivity of Metal Clusters" Nov. 13-15, 1991
54 Electrochemical Society, "Doping Buckyballs-New Forms of Elemental Carbon" Nov. 21, 1991
55 Materials Research Society, Dec. 3-4, 1991
56 Taipei Taiwan Industrial Technology Research Institute, Jan. 3-9, 1992
57 Society of Rice University Women, Buckyballs Jan. 13, 1992
58 American Chemical Society, "Doping the Fullerenes" Jan. 15-17, 1992
59 Nanotechnology Conference, Japan, "Getting Inside the Cage" Jan. 27-28, 1992
60 Italian Workshop on Fullerenes, "Doping the Fullerenes" Feb. 6-7, 1992
61 Carnegie Mellon University Physics Department, "Dopeyballs" Feb. 10, 1992
62 Ohio State University Chemistry Department, "Dopyballs" Feb. 11, 1992
63 Louisiana State University Department of Physics and Astronomy, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Feb. 26-29, 1992
64 MIT, "Tinker Toy Surface Science,""Semiconductor Nanocrystals,""C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" March 2-6, 1992
Box Folder
2 1 Case Western University, "Doping the Fullerenes" March 12, 1992
2 American Physical Society, International Prize for New Materials March 16-22, 1992
3 University of Kansas Chemistry Department, University of Iowa Chemistry Department, March 17, 1992; Spring 1992
4 Texas Tech University Physics Department, "Doping the Fullerenes" March 26, 1992
5 University of South Dakota Chemistry Department, "Buckyballs" March 30, 1992
6 American Chemical Society, March 31, 1992
7 Columbia University Chemistry Department, "Grappling with the Beast,""Doping the Fullerenes,""C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" April 13, 1992
8 University of Texas Departments of Chemistry and Physics, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" April 22, 1992
9 Rice University Hill Country Rice Alumni, "Buckyballs: Great Balls of Carbon" April 22, 1992
10 University of North Carolina, "Grappling with the Beast,""C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" April 1992
11 University of Wisconsin, University of California Berkeley, "Doping the Fullerenes" May 8, 1992; May 6, 1992
12 Wesleyan University Leermakers Symposium, "M @ C 60" May 12, 1992
13 Belgian Physical Society, "Doping the Fullerenes" May 20, 1992
14 Chalmers University and Stockholm, May 25-28, 1992
15 American Society for Mass Spectrometry, "FT-ICR and the Metallo-Fullerenes" May 31-June 5, 1992
16 International Symposium on Molecular Beams, "Doping the Fullerenes" June 10, 1992
17 National Technological University, "Self-Assembly of the Fullerenes" June 23, 1992
18 Clusters and Fullerenes Conference, June 23-26, 1992
19 Tel Aviv University, "Grappling with the Beast,""Doping the Fullerenes,""C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" June 28-July 3, 1992
20 International School of Physics, "Nanotechnology and the Fullerenes,""Discovery of the Fullerenes,""Electronic Quantum Size Effects" July 7-17, 1992
21 International Centre for Theoretical Physics," "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" July 10-11, 1992
22 International Symposium on Novel Aromatic Compounds, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" July 19-24, 1992
23 Southwest Research Institute, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Aug. 5, 1992
24 Atomic and Nanoscale Modification conference, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Aug. 16-21, 1992
25 American Chemical Society, "Surface Chemistry on Transition Metal Clusters-Evidence for Shell Effect" Aug. 1992
26 Hoechst Celanese, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Sept. 2, 1992
27 Department of Energy E.O. Lawrence Award, Sept. 16, 1992
28 World Techno Fair in China, "Fullerene Nanotechnology" Sept. 18-19, 1992
29 Materials Research Society Symposium, Spring 1992
30 American Chemical Society, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Oct. 1, 1992
31 NEC Symposium, "From Dopyballs to Nanowires" Oct. 11-15, 1992
32 Rice Chemistry Faculty Retreat, Oct. 17-18, 1992
33 University of Pennsylvania, Oct. 20-21, 1992
34 American Chemical Society, Southwest Regional Award Oct. 22, 1992; 1992
35 Welch Award, Oct. 26-27, 1992
36 American Physical Society, Nov. 7, 1992
37 University of Wyoming, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Nov. 13, 1992
38 University of South Florida, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Nov. 19, 1992
39 Princeton University, Dec. 2-4, 1992
40 American Association of Physics Teachers, Jan. 5, 1993
41 Coast Guard Academy, "Nanotechnology" Feb. 10, 1993
42 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Feb. 12, 1993
43 University of California at Berkeley, "Carbon Clusters, Nanotechnology and the Future of Chemistry" Feb. 16, 1993
44 Society for Applied Spectroscopy, "Spectral Probes of Fullerenes and other Nanoclusters" Feb. 23, 1993
45 UOP Research Center, Feb. 24, 1993
46 American Chemical Society, William H. Nichols Medal March 12, 1993
47 Lake Forest College, "Clusters, Chemistry and Nanotechnology" March 22, 1993
48 American Physical Society, March 23-24, 1993
49 Committee on Science, Space and Technology, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" April 1, 1993
50 U.S. Naval Academy, "Buckyballs" April 2, 1993
51 University of Nebraska, "Carbon Clusters and the Challenge of Nanotechnology" April 30, 1993
52 Auburn University, "Carbon, Nanotechnology, and the Future of Chemistry" May 5, 1993
53 American Physical Society, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" May 17-19, 1993
54 Science and Technology of the Fullerenes, June 27-July 1, 1993
55 Physics and Chemistry of C 60 Seminar, "Solar Generation of the Fullerenes" July 19-23, 1993
56 National Institute of Standards and Technology, "Carbon's Role in Nanotechnology" Sept. 10, 1993
57 Princeton University, "Grapping with the Beast of Surface Science,""Doping the Fullerenes,""Carbon, Fibers, and Nanotechnology" Sept. 20-23, 1993
58 Mexican Materials Society, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" Oct. 1, 1993
59 National Academy of Sciences, Oct. 6, 1993
60 Ethyl Corporation, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Oct. 8, 1993
61 Electrochemical Society, "From Buckyballs to Buckytubes: New Possibilities in Nanotechnology" Oct. 11, 1993
62 Washington State University, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" Oct. 26, 1993
63 [Rice] President's Inaugural Ceremony, Oct. 29-30, 1993
64 Argonne National Laboratory, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" Nov. 12, 1993
65 Houston Museum of Natural Science, "From Buckyball to Space Elevators" Nov. 12, 1993
66 University of Wyoming Dept. of Chemistry, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" Nov. 13, 1993
67 John Scott Award, Nov. 19, 1993
68 Pennsylvania State University, Nov. 21-23, 1993
69 Pennsylvania State University, "Carbon's Role in Nanotechnology, Both Wet and Dry" Nov. 22, 1993
70 Materials Research Society, "On the Crystallization of Carbon in O, 1, and 2 Dimensions" Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 1993

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Series II: Correspondence 1992-1996

Scope and Contents note
Includes general correspondence, incoming and outgoing mail, awards nominations, grants, patents and publishers correspondence all dealing with fullerenes or "buckyballs."
Box Folder
3 1 General, 1992
2 General, 1993
3 Outgoing, 1993
4 Incoming, 1994
5 Outgoing, 1994
6 Incoming, 1995
7 Outgoing, 1995
8 Incoming, 1996
9 Outgoing, 1996
10 Awards nominations
11 Grants
12 Patents
13 Publishers

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Series III: Articles and Reprints 1990-1998

Scope and Contents note
Articles and reprints related to buckyballs and nanotechnology, with a bibliography on the discovery.
Box Folder
4 1 Buckyball articles
2 Metal cluster research articles
3 Nanotechnology-related articles
4 Reprints
5 Authorization for reprint of articles
6 Buckminsterfullerene bibliography

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Series IV: Personal 1990-1998

Scope and Contents note
This series includes materials on awards, presentations and daily calendars.
Box Folder
4 7 Awards-articles and programs
8 Presentations listings
9 Baker & Botts promotional booklet with Smalley photo
10 Monthly/yearly appointment book, 1990-1994
11 Monthly/yearly appointment book, 1991-1994
12 Monthly/yearly appointment book, 1995-1998

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Series V: Chemistry 102 Lecture Notes, Problem Sets, and Exams 1994-1997, n.d.

Scope and Contents Note
This series contains lecture notes, problem sets,and exams for the Chemistry 102 classes Dr. Smalley taught at Rice University from 1995-1997.
Box Folder
5 1 Chem 102 Problem Sets and Exams 1994-1996
2 Chem 102 Solutions to Problem Sets and Exams 1996, n.d.
3 Chem 102 Math Review Toolkit and Lectures 35-38 1994-1996
4 Chem 102 1995 Lecture Notes 1/4 1995
5 Chem 102 1995 Lecture Notes 2/4 1995
6 Chem 102 1995 Lecture Notes 3/4 1995
7 Chem 102 1995 Lecture Notes 4/4 1995
8 Chem 102 1996 Lecture Notes 1/5 1996
9 Chem 102 1996 Lecture Notes 2/5 1996
10 Chem 102 1996 Lecture Notes 3/5 1996
11 Chem 102 1996 Lecture Notes 4/5 1996
12 Chem 102 1996 Lecture Notes 5/5 1996
13 Chem 102 1997 Lecture Notes 1/3 1997
14 Chem 102 1997 Lecture Notes 2/3 1997
15 Chem 102 1997 Lecture Notes 3/3 1997

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Series VI: Finding Aid and Container List for Richard E. Smalley Papers, Chemical Heritage Foundation Archives 2006

Scope and Contents Note
Finding Aid and Container List for the Richard E. Smalley Papers held at the Chemical Heritage Foundation Archives.
Box Folder
6 1 Finding Aid and Container List for Richard E. Smalley Papers, Chemical Heritage Foundation Archives 2006

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Series VII: Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences 1994 - 2002

Scope and Contents note
Events attended by Dr. Smalley in the capacity of moderator, panelist or other official.
Separated Materials
Nobel Prize Certificate (Box 7 Folder 82) removed and placed in WRC vault.
Box Folder
7 1 Asia trip (cancelled) Spring 1994
2 Florida State University Dept of Chemistry Spring Seminar (cancelled) Spring 1994
3 Naval Research Laboratory External Core Review Panel (Chemical Dynamics and Diagnostics) January 9-11, 1994
4 Puerto Rico Interdisciplinary Science Meeting, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" March 4-5, 1994
5 Shenandoah University, Warrington Science Lecture Series, "Carbon's Role in Nanotechnology (Both Wet and Dry)" March 25-26, 1994
6 European Physical Society, Hewlett Packard Europhysics Prize March 30, 1994
7 Texas A & M University Kingsville, Fred M. Garland Memorial Lecture, "Buckyballs and the New Carbon-based Nanotechnology" April 14, 1994
8 University of California Santa Barbara, Chemistry Dept Building Dedication, "Buckyballs and the New Carbon-based Nanotechnology" May 20, 1994
9 C-SPAN: Science Kicks '94, Tribute to Dr. Buckminster Fuller May 23, 1994
10 National Science Foundation Distinguished Lectures in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" May 25-27, 1994
11 American Chemical Society (Greater Lakes-Central Regional Meetings), "Carbon's Role in Nanotechnology (Both Wet and Dry)" June 1, 1994
12 Gordon Research Conference, High Temperature Chemistry of Advanced Materials, "In Search of Fullerene Fibers" August 3, 1994
13 Symposium on Quantum Theory of Real Materials, "Field Emission and Growth of Fullerene Tubes and Fibers" August 13, 1994
14 National Research Council Canada, "The Future of Spectroscopy: from Astronomy to Biology" September 25-28, 1994
15 Office of Naval Research, Solid State and Surface Chemical Science and Technology Review, "Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers" September 28-30, 1994
16 Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Council for Chemical Research, "Fullerenes and the Challenge of Nanotechnology" October 3, 1994
17 Fourth International Symposium on Applied Chemistry, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" October 20-21, 1994
18 Welch Foundation, Chemical Dynamics of Transient Species October 24-25, 1994
19 American Chemical Society (Rochester Section), Harrison Howe Award, "Field Emission and Growth of Fullerene Nanotubes", "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-based Nanotechnology" November 9, 1994
20 Monsanto Company, Technical Community of Monsanto, "C 60 and the Emerging Carbon-Based Nanotechnology" November 17, 1994
21 Materials Research Society Symposium G, Science and Technology of Fullerene Materials,"Field Emission and Growth of Fullerene Nanotubes" November 28-December 2, 1994
22 American Chemical Society (North Alabama Section), Madison Marshall Award, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" January 25, 1995
23 National Science Foundation Instrumentation for Materials Research Review Panel January 31, 1995
24 Society of Rice University Women Seminar, "Nanotechnology at Rice" March 6, 1995
25 Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" March 10, 1995
26 Houston Intellectual Law Association, "Nanotechnology and the Future" April 13, 1995
27 Duke University Chemistry Dept, "The Nanowire Challenge" May 5, 1995
28 Stanford University Chemistry Dept, Stauffer Lecture Series, "On the Birth and Death of Nanotubes", "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" May 10-12, 1995
29 Fullerenes: Chemistry, Physics and New Directions Symposium VII, "Field Emission from an Atomic Wire" May 21-26, 1995
30 Princeton Reunions '95 Graduate Alumni Day Forum, "Novel Materials and Their Impact on Our Future" May 26, 1995
31 Union Carbide Research and Development Presentation, "Carbon Nanotubes and Nanoprobes" May 31-June1, 1995
32 University of Chicago Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science June 8-9, 1995
33 NATO Advanced Research Workshop, The Chemical Physics of Fullerenes: 10(5) Years Later, "Unraveling Nanotubes: Field Emission from an Atomic Wire" June 12-16, 1995
34 University of Cologne Chemistry Dept, Alder Lecture, "Buckyballs and Nanotechnology" June 18-20, 1995
35 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Molecular Design Institute Meeting, "Tubes" July 5-6, 1995
36 Dr. Alfred Bortz Interview, To the Young Scientist (Chapter), "Buckyball Science on a Roll" July 17, 1995
37 Rohm & Haas Technology Panel August 9, 1995
38 35th IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) Congress, "Fullerene Nanowires" August 14-19, 1995
39 NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Modular Chemistry September 9-12, 1995
40 Dartmouth College 28th Annual Camille and Henry Dreyfus Lectures, "The Dry Side of Nanotechnology" September 26-28, 1995
41 C, Soot, and Sun: French-American Workshop, "Fullerenes from Sunlight" October 8-12, 19995
42 Welch Foundation 39th Conference on Chemical Research, Nanophase Chemistry, "Chemistry of Clusters" October 23-24, 1995
43 Carroll College Chemistry Seminar, "The Dry Side of Nanotechnology" October 30, 1995
44 NASA International Conference on Integrated Micro-Nanotechnology for Space Applications October 30-November 3, 1995
45 University of Wisconsin at Madison, John E. Willard Lectures, "Field Emission and Growth of Fullerene Nanotubes", "The Dry Side of Nanotechnology" October 31-November 2, 1995
46 4th Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology, "Nanotechnology at Rice" November 9-11, 1995
47 Arizona State University, Eyring Lectures in Chemistry and Biochemistry, "The Dry Side of Nanotechnology", "Field Emission and Growth of Fullerene Nanotubes" November 13-15, 1995
48 New York University Dept of Chemistry, "The Dry Side of Nanotechnology" December 1, 1995
49 University of Dallas Board of Councillors, "On the Dry Side of Nanotechnology", "Nanotechnology and the Next 50 Years" December 7, 1995
50 Presentations List 1996
51 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (South Texas Chapter), "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon" January 4, 1996
52 Office of Naval Research,Solid State, Surface, and Organometallic Chemistry Workshop, "Continuous Growth of Single-Wall Nanotubes (Cancelled) January 9-12, 1996
53 Rice University Summit of the Minds: Brown Society and Lovett Society, "Nanotechnology on the Dry Side" February 3, 1996
54 University of Florida Gainsville Chemistry Dept, "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon" March 6-7, 1996
55 Florida State University Chemistry Dept, "Why Atoms Stick Together" March 7-9, 1996
56 HTS Workshop on Physics, Materials, and Applications, "Nanoscience and Technology" March 14, 1996
57 Scientia: Approaching the Millenium, "Nanotechnology and the Next 50 Years" March 19, 1996
58 Clements High School Organic Chemistry Class March 26, 1996
59 ACS: Undergraduate Chemistry Research Symposium (Rice Chapter) April 13, 1996
60 Kilby Awards Foundation April 20, 1996
61 Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology Groundbreaking Ceremony, "Nanoscale Science" April 30, 1996
62 Franklin Institute Awards, 1996 Franklin Medal, "Nanotechnology and the Next 50 Years" May 1-3, 1996
63 International Symposium on Fullerene Chemistry, "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon" May 5-9, 1996
64 Northeastern University, 30th Annual Arthur D. Little Lecture, "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon", "Nanotechnology and the Next 50 Years" May 15-16, 1996
65 Engineering, Science, and Technology Council of Houston, Achievement in Science Award, "Nanotechnology and the Next 50 Years" May 17, 1996
66 International Vacuum Electron Sources Conference (IVESC 96), "Field Emission from an Atomic Wire" (cancelled) July 1-2, 1996
67 International Symposium on Small Particles and Inorganic Clusters (ISSPIC 8) (cancelled) July 1-6, 1996
68 Fullerenes '96 Conference, "Chrystalline Ropes of Metallic Carbon Nanotubes" July 7-10, 1996
69 Rice University Advanced Placement Summer Institute Chemistry Course July 31, 1996
70 Northwestern University JRDC-NU International Workshop on PI- Electron Materials, "Chrystalline Ropes of Metallic Carbon Nanotubes" August 13-14, 1996
71 ACS Chemical Education Group & the University of Pittsburgh Chemistry Dept, "Nanotechnology and the Next 50 Years" September 19, 1996
72 University of Pittsburgh Chemistry Dept, "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon" September 20, 1996
73 Office of Naval Research, Materials Sciences Division, MDI Progress Meeting October 2-3, 1996
74 University of Connecticut Institute of Materials Science, IMS Distinguished Lecture, "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon" October 9, 1996
75 Ohio State University, 1996 Evans Award Lecture, "Tubes for Tips: Touching and Feeling on the Nanometer Scale", "From Balls to Tubes to Ropes: New Materials from Carbon" October 10-12, 1996
76 National Science Foundation Board Meeting October 16-18, 1996
77 Welch Foundation, Chemistry on the Nanometer Scale October 21-22, 1996
78 Princeton University 250th Anniversary, Chemistry Symposium: Between Matter and Life, "From Molecules to Materials:Fullerenes from Balls to Tubes"; Physics Conference: Critical Problems in Physics October 30-November 2, 1996
79 After Hours Network of Houston November 19, 1996
80 Greater Southwest Houston Chamber of Commerce November 19, 1996
81 White House/Swedish Embassy Events Honoring 1996 Nobel Prize Winners November 21, 1996
82 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry, "Discovering the Fullerenes" December 10, 1996
83 Dover Club Breakfast Presentation December 20, 1996
84 Office of Naval Research, Carbon Nanotubes: Opportunities, Requirements, and Challenges May 30-June 1, 1997
85 NASA and SAIC, Nanospace 98: To the Planets and Beyond, "Application of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes in Engineering the Thermal Conduction Properties of Composite Systems" November 1-6, 1998
86 Materials Research Society Symposium, Carbon Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Related Carbon Materials, "Buckytubes: New Materials and Devices from Carbon" November 30, 1998
87 NASA Nanospace 2000: Advancing the Human Frontier, Expert Panel on Nanotechnology January 23-28, 2000
88 NASA Nanospace 2001: Exploring Interdisciplinary Frontiers, Keynote Speaker March 13-16, 2001
89 Nanospace 2002: Future Technology Frontiers June 24-28, 2002

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Series VIII: Nanotechnology and Nanohealth at Rice University 1993-2005

Scope and Contents Note
This series contains materials on Nanotechnology and Nanohealth projects at Rice University.
Box Folder
8 1 Nanotechnology Committee Correspondence, Outgoing 1993-1995
2 Nanotechnology Committee Correspondence, Incoming 1993-1994
3 Nanotechnology Committee Reading List 1994
4 Rice Nanotechnology Colloquium Series 1994-1996
5 Proposal for Center for Carbon Nanotechnology NSF Science and Technology Center September 1998
6 Alliance for Nanohealth Operating Agreement, White Paper, Aims, and FAQ 2004-2005
7 Alliance for Nanohealth Correspondence 2003-2005
8 Articles and Brochures on Nanohealth 2001-2005, n.d.
9 World's Largest Nanotube Model Event April 22, 2005

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Series IX: Reprints and Articles 1973-2003

Scope and Contents Note
This series contains versions of articles and reprints of Dr. Smalley's publications.
Box Folder
8 10 Reprints 1973-1981
11 Reprints 1982-1986
12 Reprints 1987-2003

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Series X: Areas of interest/research 1995-2004

Scope and Contents Note
This series includes papers on conferences and projects of interest to Dr.Smalley, but in which he did not serve in any official capacity.
Box Folder
8 13 NASA International Conference on Integrated Micro/Nanotechnology for Space Applications October 30-November 3, 1995
14 Proceedings of the NASA International Conference on Integrated Micro/Nanotechnology for Space Applications Part I October 30-November 3, 1995
15 Proceedings of the NASA International Conference on Integrated Micro/Nanotechnology for Space Applications Part II October 30-November 3, 1995
16 Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship Workshop October 11-12, 2002
17 Strategic Partnership for Research in Nanotechnology, Nanotech for Air Warfare Handouts December 15-16, 2003
18 Project Buckeye 1997-1998
19 Texas-UK Collaborative Initiative in Bioscience 2003-2004

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Series XI: Copies of Research Notebooks 1984-2005

Restrictions
The copies of Dr. Smalley's research notes are restricted. Permission to view these materials must be obtained from the Rice University Office of the General Counsel.
Box Folder
9 1 Research Notebook #3 January 1984-December 1986
2 Research Notebook #4 January 1, 1988-June 1, 1990
3 Research Notebook #5 July 1, 1990-September 1, 1993
4 Research Notebook #6 April 19, 1994-November 22, 1994
5 Research Notebook #7 November 22, 1994-September 8, 1995
6 Research Notebook #8 September 10, 1995-April 21, 1996
7 Research Notebook #9 April 21, 1996-August 23, 1996
8 Research Notebook #10 August 23, 1996-April 10, 1997
9 Research Notebook #11 April 11, 1997-July 9, 1997
10 Research Notebook #12 July 9, 1997-October 21, 1997
11 Research Notebook #13 October 21, 1997-January 7, 1999
12 Research Notebook #14 January 7, 1999-September 15, 1999
13 Research Notebook #15 September 17, 1999-June 22, 2000
14 Research Notebook #16 June 23, 2000-January 17, 2001
15 Research Notebook #17 January 17, 2001-January 29, 2002
16 Research Notebook #18 February 1, 2002-February 21, 2005
17 Research Notebook #19 February 22, 2005-July 10, 2005
18 Research Notebook #20 July 10, 2005-September 12, 2005

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Series XII: Chemistry 151 Lecture Notes, Problem Sets, and Exams 1998

Box Folder
10 1 Chem 151 General Information, 1998
2 Chem 151 Problem Sets and Exams, 1998
3 Chem 151 Lecture Notes I, 1998
4 Chem 151 Lecture Notes II, 1998

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Series XIII: Lectures, Presentations, and Conferences 2003-2005

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10 5 Senator Phil Gramm press briefing on the National Research Investment Act March 14, 1997
6 IWFAC '97 (cancelled) June 29-July 5, 1997
7 American Carbon Society
8 3rd International Conference on Materials Chemistry (cancelled) July 21-25, 1997
9 Bell Labs General Research Colloquium Distinguished Lecture Series: "Buckeytubes/New Materials and New Devices from Carbon" July 31-August 1, 1997
10 Halliburton presentation September 9, 1997
11 CNST Luncheon Setember 11, 1997
12 West Point Society of Greater Houston luncheon September 12, 1997
13 NASA Ames Director's Colloquium September 25, 1997
14 Houston Image Group September 29, 1997
15 Phillips Petroleum:"The Future of the Fullerenes" September 30, 1997
16 Los Alamos National Laboratories Director's Colloquium (cancelled) October 7, 1997
17 National Science Board Convocation (cancelled) October 9, 1997
18 SACNAS National Conference October 11, 1997
19 University of Pennsylvania Advancing the Frontiers of Condensed Matter Science Symposium: "The Future of Fullerenes" October 13-14, 1997
20 Rohm & Haas Science Group: "Buckeytubes!" October 15, 1997
21 St. John's University (cancelled) October 17, 1997
22 American Chemical Society (cancelled) October 18, 1997
23 5th Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology: "Buckeyballs and Buckeytubes: Fullerence Pieces of a Future Nanotechnology" November 5-9, 1997
24 University of Michigan Honorary Degree December 14, 1997
25 IBM December 17, 1997
26 Bernard M. Oliver Symposium on the Future (cancelled) January 8, 1998
27 Southwest Research Institute Lecture "Buckeytubes: New Materials and New Devices from Carbon" January 12, 1998
28 American Chemical Society (cancelled) January 23, 1998
29 University of Colorado , Boiulder Chemical Physics Colloquium (cancelled) January 29-30, 1998
30 Wiess School of Natural Sciences External Review February 5-6, 1998
31 American Association for the Advancement of Science (cancelled) February 15, 1998
32 George B. Kistiakowsky Lecture: "Buckytubes: New Materials and New Devices from Carbon" February 24, 1998
33 12th International Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials February 28-March 7, 1998
34 American Physical Society (cancelled) MArch 16-20, 1998
35 Advanced Light Source Workshop (cancelled) March 23-24, 1998
36 DARPA and Lockheed meetings March 24-25, 1998
37 Rice Alumni College: "Buckyballs and Buckytubes: New Materials and New Devices from Carbon" March 27, 1998
38 American Chemical Society Meeting: "Buckytubes: New Materials/Nanotechnology" March 29, 1998
39 Materials Technology Consortium Conference (ASM) April 7, 1998
40 8th Annual F.E. Bartell Memorial Lecture (cancelled) April 9, 1998
41 Kiwanis Club of Houston April 15, 1998
42 University of Houston Frontier of Condensed Matter Physics Symposium: "Buckytubes: New Materials and New Devices from Carbon" April 30, 1998
43 Dow Materials Technical Advisory Board: "Buckytubes and Fibers: New Materials for Technology" May 9, 1998
44 Electric Power ResearchnInstitute Workshop May 13-14, 1998
45 South Texas High School Students June 3, 1998
46 Department of Defense High Performance Computation Users Group Meeting: "Fullerenes, Tubes and Fibers" June 3, 1998
47 Swedish Consulate National Day June 7, 1998
48 Sematech Distinguished Seminar: "Horizons of Nanotechnology" June 12, 1998
49 21st Army Science Conference June 15, 1998
50 Milby High School Students June 17, 1998
51 Society of Women Engineers Convention: "The Future of the Fullerenes" June 19, 1998
52 Gorden Conference Nanofab GRC June 21-26, 1998
53 Future Memory Options Conference June 29, 1998
54 International Conference on Science and Technology of Synthetic Materials (cancelled) JUly 12-18, 1998
55 Berkeley Lab July 17-19, 1998
56 Princeton Chemistry Seminar: "The Future of the Fullerenes" September 25, 1998
57 NSF Advisory Committee (cancelled) October 14-16, 1998
58 Instrument Society of America: "Buckytubes: New Materials and New Devices from Carbon" October 21, 1998
59 Teach for America October 22, 1998
60 NASA Nanospace '98 November 3, 1998
61 National Chemistry Week November 4, 1998
62 NASA-JSC AAA National Conference November 11, 1998
63 Symposium on Reporting Science in the 21st Century (cancelled) March 19, 1999
64 Approaches to Combat Terrorism: Opportunities for Basic Research November 19-21, 2002
65 Intel Corporation, informal discussion January 7-8, 2003
66 Partners in Science National Conference, "Nanotechnology , Energy, and the Science and Technology Workforce" January 17-18, 2003
67 MIT Forum January 22, 2003
68 Nanomaterials for Aerospance Symposium dinner January 27-30, 2003
69 Basic Energy Sciences Advisory (BESAC) meeting February 25-26, 2003
70 Centennial Exhibition of the Nobel Prize February 3, 2003
71 The Bridge Group, "Nanotechnology and the Energy Challenge" February 14, 2003
72 Business-Civic Leadership Forum February 21, 2003
73 Nanotechnology in Texas (cancelled) February 26, 2003
74 DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers (NSRC) Worshop, "Carbon Based Nanostructures" February 26-28, 2003
75 CBEN Nanotechnology Seminar February 28, 2003
76 NASA/Rice Workshop SWNT Growth Mechanisms, "Growing Them Longer and Stronger" February 28-March 2, 2003
77 President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) March 2-3, 2003
78 Hydrogen Storage Think Tank March 13-14, 2003
79 University of Houston Distinguished Lecturer Series March 17, 2003
80 Science Committee Hearing on Nanotechnology March 19-20, 2003
81 Texas Heart Institute March 21, 2003
82 Joint DARPA/NRO Assembly Space Project March 25-27, 2003
83 Role Model Program March 29, 2003
84 National Nanotechnology Initiative, "Nanotechnology for Energy Prosperity" April 2-4, 2003
85 CCR Annual Meeting, "Nanotechnology, Energy, and People" April 5-8, 2003
86 Presidential Seach Committee Meeting April 7, 2003
87 Distinguished Lecturer, Sam Houston State University April 9, 2003
88 Excellence in Science Luncheon/Judy Allen April 11, 2003
89 DeCoursey Lecture, Trinity University, "Buckytubes! New Applications of Nanotechnology" April 16, 2003
90 NRC Natural Gas Demand and Supply Projections Workshop April 21, 2003
91 Houston Museum of Natural Science: The Centennial Exhibition of the Nobel Prize April 22, 2003
92 URETI-External Advisory Board (cancelled) April 23, 2003
93 Rand Report to the President April 30, 2003
94 Meeting with Canadian Minister Richard Neufeld May 1, 2003
95 Energy Nanotech Workshop (BIPP) May 2-5, 2003
96 CBEN Media May 5-6, 2003
97 Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas Breakfast May 7, 2003
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11 1 Rice Alumni Honors Dinner May 10, 2003
2 Baker Institute of Public Policy Round Table May 12, 2003
3 Olof Hjortstam Meeting May 14, 2003
4 Rensselaer Honorary Degree May 17, 2003
5 Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, "The Impact of Nanotechnology" May 22, 2003
6 NASA-JSC & NIST Workshop, "Nanotube Applications and the Need for Standards" May 27-29, 2003
7 DOE Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee (BESAC) Meeting May 28, 2003
8 Iran Thomas Symposium (BES Science), "Scientific Grand Challenges for the Energy Mission" May 29, 2003
9 Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies Workshop June 4-6, 2003
10 Nanotech and Energy for Applications June 10, 2003
11 NNI Nanomaterials Workshop, "What's New at the Nanoscale" June 11, 2003
12 IBM, "Brave New World of Buckytubes" June 16, 2003
13 Jortner 70th Birthday Symposium June 16-17, 2003
14 Hydrogen Storage Pre-Solicitation Meeting June 19, 2003
15 Scientific Advisory Committee, Center for Nanophase Material Sciences (cancelled) June 19-20, 2003
16 National Space and Missile Materials Symposium June 23, 2003
17 Milby/NSBRI June 24, 2003
18 National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Distinguished Lecture, "Buckyballs, Buckytubes, and Energy" June 26-27, 2003
19 Aspen Global Change Institute, "Our Energy Challenge" July 5-12, 2003
20 Texas Institute for Intelligent Bio-Nano Materials July 14-15, 2003
21 Attucks Middle School, "Top 10 Problems in the Next 50 Years" July 18, 2003
22 5th Annual Beckman Scholars Symposium, "Our Energy Challenge" July 24-26, 2003
23 DARPA Moletronics Principal Investigator's Meeting July 28, 2003
24 Nano Summit Conference July 31, 2003
25 nGRC: Clusters, Nanocrystals, and Nanostructures, "Energy" August 3, 2003
26 Argonne National Laboratory Nanoscience Research Summer School August 5, 2003
27 39th IUPAC Congress (cancelled) August 10-15, 2003
28 NASA URETI Review (cancelled) August 19-21, 2003
29 SRC TechCon '03, "21st Century Energy Initiatives: The Role of Nanotechnology" August 25-27, 2003
30 Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies Science Advisory Board (ISN SAB), "Nanotechnology and Energy" September 4-5, 2003
31 ACS National Meeting September 7, 2003
32 World Nano-Economic Congress, "Nanotechnology and Energy" September 10, 2003
33 Integrated Nanosystems 2003 (cancelled) September 19, 2003
34 Columbia University Nanocenter Seminar, "Our Energy Challenge" September 24, 2003
35 Energy Forum (cancelled) September 25, 2003
36 BP Leadership Workshop October 6-7, 2003
37 Senator Hutchinson Scientific Advisory Committee October 8, 2003
38 Oesper Award Banquet (cancelled) October 10, 2003
39 Sverdrup Visiting Science Lecture (cancelled) October 13-14, 2003
40 HESTEC 2003 Conference (cancelled) October 13-16, 2003
41 Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee (BESAC) (cancelled) October 20, 2003
42 Kansas City Civic Council Meeting October 23, 2003
43 DURINT Review October 24, 2003
44 The Houston Club, "Nanotechnology and Energy" October 27, 2003
45 CAST Keynote Houston October 31, 2003
46 Bridging the Gap Between Science and Society (Neal Lane Symposium) November 1-2, 2003
47 Clearfield Endowed Lecture Series November 4, 2003
48 SGA Executive Conference November 11, 2003
49 Air Force HBCU/MI Major Thrust Program November 12, 2003
50 World Energy Investment Outlook Luncheon November 14, 2003
51 M.D. Anderson Convocation November 14, 2003
52 Forum: Creativity in the 21st Century (cancelled) November 16, 2003
53 GE/Plug Power November 17, 2003
54 Siemans Westinghouse Math Science & Technology Competition (cancelled) November 22, 2003
55 White House December 2, 2003
56 Texas Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Conference January 6-7, 2004
57 Rice Nanotechnology Innovation Forum: "Nanotechnology: Creating the Next Energy Revolution" January 16, 2004
58 River Oaks Breakfast Club Janaury 22, 2004
59 Texas Research Board Meeting January 28, 2004
60 Texas Academy Board Meeting February 14, 2004
61 Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee (BESAC) February 23-24, 2004
62 Edward Rosenfeld Discover Magazine February 27, 2004
63 Intel Meeting March 3, 2004
64 Nanohealth Alliance Meeting March 5, 2003
65 General Paul Nielson Meeting March 11, 2004
66 Rice Distinguished Lecture Series: "Buckytubes: From Discovery to Production" March 12, 2004
67 Case Media Fellowship: "Increasing Energy Capacity" March 15, 2004
68 DOE Nanotechnology Initiative Conference: "Nanotechnology for Continental Energy System" March 16-18, 2004
69 Technology Review Interview: Peter Fairley March 22, 2004
70 Austin American Statesman Interview: Mark Lisheron March 24, 2004
71 Rice Board of Trustees Meeting: "Nanotech Update" March 24, 2004
72 University of Chicago Conference Call- Tom Rosenbaum March 25, 2004
73 Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas Briefing March 26, 2004
74 AOS Laboratory Tour March 29, 2004
75 WNYC Live Interview March 30, 2004
76 National Nanotechnology Initiative March 31-April 2, 2004
77 SWNT Conference Call April 6, 2004
78 CNI Dinner- Motorola April 7, 2004
79 Baker Institute Student Forum: "Scientific Integrity and Policy Making" April 7, 2004
80 EPSRC Visit (cancelled) April 8, 2004
81 Charles Browning/ Air Force Conference Call April 9, 2004
82 South Texas Nuclear Power Plant Tour April 10, 2004
83 NASA- General Howell April 12, 2004
84 PBS Interview: Anna Jhirad April 13, 2004
85 Gulf Coast Power Association April 14, 2004
86 Nanohealth meetings April 18-20, 2004
87 Valley Forward Livability Summit April 22, 2004
88 Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Hearing: "Future Energy Challenges" April 27, 2004
89 National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium: "The Brave New World of Buckytubes" April 29-30, 2004
90 Eric Roston Interview May 6, 2004
91 University of Richmond Honorary Doctor of Science degree May 9, 2004
92 Alliance for Nanohealth Workshop May 14, 2004
93 DARPA/NASA meeting May 19-20, 2004
94 CINT Groundbreaking Ceremony and meeting May 26, 2004
95 Conference Defining the Future: "Future World Energy Requirements and the Role of Carbon Nanotechnology" May 29-June 3, 2004
96 Technion- Israel Institute of Technology Honorary Doctorate of Science June 14, 2004
97 APG Meeting June 22, 2004
98 DOE Nanosummit: "Nanoscience and the Energy Future" June 23-24, 2004
99 DARPA/NIST Meetings June 30-July 2, 2004
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12 1 WPAFB Meeting July 7, 2004
2 Texas Education Board July 15, 2004
3 Stanford University Science and Engineering Institute July 26-27, 2004
4 DOE/NSRC (cancelled) August 2-3, 2004
5 NRO Technology Seminar: The Brave New World of Buckytubes August 4, 2004
6 BESAC Energy Science Advisory Committee (cancelled) August 5-6, 2004
7 Dr. Jie Liu Collaboration /DARPA Project August 12-13, 2004
8 Senator Hutchison Press Conference/Alliance for Nanohealth Funding August 18, 2004
9 ACS Presidential Event Symposium: Fuels for the Future August 24, 2004
10 Documentary: Nobelity- Conversations with Beautiful Minds August 31, 2004
11 NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer September 13, 2004
12 Purdue University: Our Energy Challenge September 15, 2004
13 NIST and Alliance for NanoHealth September 21, 2004
14 Case Western Reserve Frontiers in Chemistry:Our Energy Challenge September 23, 2004
15 Tuskeegee University Energy and Nanotechnology October 3, 2004
16 DARPA SWNT Amplifier Demonstration Project October 6, 2004
17 Rice Energy Solar Workshop October 15-17, 2004
18 Brookhaven National Laboratory October 19-20, 2004
19 General Howell Visit to Nanotechnology Laboratory November 2, 2004
20 SemiNanoForum 2004: Our Energy Challenge November 15, 2004
21 Wright Patterson Air Force Base: Dr. Charles Browning November 18, 2004
22 Materials Research Society: Nanotechnology for Energy Prosperity December 2, 2004
23 BESAC meeting (cancelled) December 6-7, 2004
24 AFRL/ML - WBI Collaboration December 8, 2004
25 IEEE International Electronic Device meeting: Our Energy Challenge December 14, 2004
26 SSAT Development Team December 16, 2004
27 31st Photovoltaic Specialists Conference January 3-4, 2005
28 The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas January 6-7, 2005
29 University of Texas at Austin Plan II Honors Program February 2, 2005
30 Alliance for NanoHealth Meeting February 4, 2005
31 GE Housto Symposium February 11, 2005
32 2005 NanoTech Summit: WPAFB March 1-3, 2005
33 Georgia Tech Carey Lecturer (cancelled) March 9-10, 2005
34 ACS NanoTechnology meeting (cancelled) March 13-17, 2005
35 DARPA SWNT Amplifier meeting March 22-23, 2005
36 Stanford University Colloquium (cancellled) March 31, 2005
37 Illinois Junior Science and Humanities Symposium April 3-4, 2005
38 NASA/Rice SWNT Workshop April 8-12, 2005
39 FOrt Bend Economic Development Council April 21, 2005
40 AOS Tour of CNL Lab April 25, 2005
41 Advanced Energy Consortium (cancelled) April 27, 2005
42 Hope College Distinguished Alumni Award (cancelled) May 7, 2005
43 PTV Sciences Board meeting May 18, 2005
44 Alliance for NanoHealth Working Group June 2, 2005
45 National Geographic Photo Shoot June 9-10, 2005
46 DARPA SWNT Amplifier/Northrup-Grumman meeting June 23, 2005
47 Brookhaven CFN Ground Breaking (cancelled) July 1, 2005
48 NanoTech Summit July 27, 2005
49 CNT Polymer Composites International Conference (cancelled) September 4-7, 2005
50 Dow Science & Technology Conference (cancelled) October 5, 2005
51 University of Wisconsin Energy Seminar (cancelled) October 24-25, 2005

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Series XIV: Projects and Administration 1996-2005

Sub-Series A: Projects
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12 52 Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. (CNI) 1998-2001
53 Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies 2002
54 Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences 2002
55 Governor's Council on Science & Biotechnology Development 2002
56 Energy Task Force 2004
57 Rice Quantum Institute
58 Cool Chips PLC 2003
59 Pinto Technology Ventures 2003
60 Space Education Inc. 2004
61 Zyvex Energy 2004
Sub-Series B: Administration
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12 62 Press photos 1993-1996
63 Nanotechnology Committee 1994-1995
64 Sarofim Chair Committee 1995
65 Welch Chair Committee 1995-1999
66 Center for Nanoscale Science & Technology brochure 1996
67 Cees Decker 1996
68 Congressman Ken Bentson tour 1997
69 V. S. Letokhov 1997
70 Chao Chair in Chemistry 1998
71 John Yates 1998-1999
72 Carbon Nanotechnology Lab opening 1999
73 Ivan Bekey 1999
74 Steven Wax 1999
75 Nominations 2003-2004
76 Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison 2004
77 Ken Deffeyes 2004
78 History of Carbon Nanotubes 2005
79 Joshua Jortner 2005
80 Press articles 1996-2005
81 Interview transcript (with Gary Taubes)

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Series XV: Personal 1992-2006

Box Folder
13 1 Southwest High School 2000
2 Hope College history 2001
3 Chemical Heritage Foundation Donation 2004-2006
4 Smalley wedding invitation 2005
5 Smalley portrait (copy)
6 Hope College Memorial Book 2005
7 Smalley memorial services (1 of 2) 2005-2006
8 Smalley memorial services (2 of 2) 2005-2006
9 Obituaries 2005-2006
10 Awards 1992-2004
11 Madison Marshall Award 1995
12 John Stauffer Lecturer, Stanford University 1995
13 Texas Academy of Science Distinguished Scientist Award 1997
14 West Point Society of Greater Houston 1997
15 Highly Cited Researchers 2000
16 Who's Who 1996-2000
17 Nobel Laureate Award articles 1996
18 American Chemical Society Southwest Regional Award 1992
19 Dupont-Marshall Lectureship 1992
20 IR Laboratory of the Year
21 John Scott Medal
22 Kilby Award 1992

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Series XVI: Oversize

Box item
14 1 Hope College Distinguished Alumni Award 2005
2 Framed Photograph
3 U.S. flag flown over the Capitol in memory of Smalley (Congressman John Culberson) 2006
4 U.S. flag flown over the Capitol in honor of Smalley (Congressman Ken Bentson)
5 State Senate Proclamation (Senator Rodney Ellis) 2007
6 Smalley photograph
7 Scrapbook pages 1996-2003
8 Posters

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Series XVII: Photographs 1996-2005, undated
Photographs
1.78 Gigabytes

Scope and Contents
This digital object contains photographs of Richard Smalley at events honoring his discovery of the Carbon 60 molecule and related magazine articles.
Conditions Governing Access
This digital object can be accessed with the aip number (MS0490aip_001) in the Reading Room of the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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