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12. Public Lecture: Allis D.G. A Most Unlikely Obvious Molecule – DNA And Its Consequences. Central New York Skeptics, DeWitt, NY, November 7, 2012.
11. Public Lecture: Allis D.G. Controversy In Science. Central New York Skeptics, DeWitt, NY, January 18, 2012.
10. Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. When Mechanical Engineering and Quantum Mechanics Meet – Using Computational Chemistry to Predict a Future for Molecular Manufacturing. A*STAR – Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) Workshop on Atom Technology and its Applications, Singapore, June 10, 2010.
9. Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. Vitamin B12 As A Tool For Drug Delivery; Building Atom-By-Atom – Computational Studies In Mechanosynthesis. Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Syracuse, NY, April 27, 2010 and Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 13, 2010.
8. Invited Lecture: Allis D.G. Single Atom Manipulation and the Chemistry of Mechanosynthesis. Productive Nanosystems: Launching the Technology Roadmap, Arlington, VA USA October 9-10, 2007.
7. Invited Lecture: Allis, D.G. Chemical Origins of Solid-State Terahertz Spectra. DIA/NGA Community Academic Summit, Williamsburg VA June 11-13, 2007.
6. Lecture: Allis, D.G. Novel Imaging and Spectroscopy Technologies – Terahertz Detector Device Deployment and Theory for Terahertz Biomolecular And Molecular Threat Agent Spectroscopy, IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Colloquium, Chantilly, VA, April 30 – May 3, 2007.
5. Invited Lecture: Allis, D.G. Nanosystem Simulation and Design for Molecular Manufacturing. Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, February 27, 2007.
4. Keynote Lecture: Allis, D.G. Nanotechnology and Molecular Manufacturing. Ibero-American Conference for University and College Presidents: Global Workforce Trends and Emerging Technologies, Advanced Technology Center ATC, Alamo Community College District, San Antonio, Texas September 18-20, 2006.
3. Invited Lecture: Allis, D.G. Computational Chemistry for the Next 6 Months and 50 (or so) Years: Quantum Theory Applications in Homeland Security and Molecular Manufacturing. Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Syracuse, NY, March 22, 2006 and Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 27, 2006.
2. Lecture: Allis, D.G. and Spencer, J.T. The Design of Carbon Nanotube-Based Dative Structures from Supramolecular Principles. Foresight Institute Tenth Conference on Nanotechnology, Bethesda, MD, October 10-12, 2002.
1. Invited Lecture: Allis, D.G. An Introduction to Computer Aided Chemistry and Nanomechanical Design Using CAChe. Syracuse University Project Advance Spring Meeting, Lubin House, New York City, NY, May 18-19, 2000.