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0520565 H. Atwater California Institute of Technology Active Nanophotonic Materials and Devices
0520565 H. Atwater California Institute of Technology CSEM Co-Hosts Robotics Conference with the Center for Neuromorphic Systems Engineering
0520565 H. Atwater California Institute of Technology Elastic Constants and Rheology of Glass Forming Metallic Liquids
0520565 H. Atwater California Institute of Technology The Eyes Have It
0213985 W. Butler University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa An Unconventional Ferromagnet Plays Host to a Conventional Superconductor
0213985 W. Butler University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa Compensated orthogonal anisotropy toggle-MRAM
0213985 W. Butler University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa Girl Scouts/Alabama MRSEC Team up to Develop Computer Games
0213985 W. Butler University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa Theory of Tunneling Magnetoresistance Leads to New Discoveries
0520491 C. Chien Johns Hopkins University A Fresh Spin in Quantum Physics: “spin triplet” supercurrent
0520491 C. Chien Johns Hopkins University Controllable Rotation of Nanowires in Suspension
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Commercialization of LCOS
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Halon Liquid Crystals
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Liquid Crystals of Nanoscale DNA
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Materials Science from CU
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Mechano-responsive Lyotropic Liquid Crystal Polymers
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Phases of Molecular Flowers
0213918 N. Clark University of Colorado Saddle-Splayed Layers of the B4 Phase
0520651 W. Curtin Brown University Computational methods developed in Brown's MRSEC are now being used to develop advanced automotive materials for GM.
0520651 W. Curtin Brown University Computer simulation of growth stresses in polycrystalline thin films
0520651 W. Curtin Brown University Understanding and controlling whisker formation in Sn layers on Cu
0520651 W. Curtin Brown University Whisker formation in Sn films on Cu
0520527 J. De Pablo University of Wisconsin “Biomolecular Functionalization of GaN Surfaces ”
0520527 J. De Pablo University of Wisconsin “Nano Fuel Cells”
0520527 J. De Pablo University of Wisconsin Co-hosting a Workshop on Nanotechnology for Journalists
0520527 J. De Pablo University of Wisconsin Elastically Relaxed Free-standing Strained-Si Nanomembranes
0520527 J. De Pablo University of Wisconsin International Outreach at Wisconsin
0520527 J. De Pablo University of Wisconsin Liquid crystal based system for culture of human embryonic stem cells
0213618 C. Frank Stanford University Chemical Imaging of Lipid Domains by High-Resolution Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (HR-SIMS)
0213618 C. Frank Stanford University Label-Free Bioanalytical Detection Using Membrane-Coated Silica Nanoparticles
0213618 C. Frank Stanford University Patterning of Large Arrays of Organic Semiconductor Single Crystals
0213618 C. Frank Stanford University Simulations of polyphenylacetylene (PPA) “foldamers”
0213618 C. Frank Stanford University The key to making high mobility polymer thin film transistors: nucleation of crystals off of the gate dielectric
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara Models and Materials: Linking Art and Science in Secondary Education
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara Nanostructured Composites
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara Oxides as Semiconductors
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara Results of a Long-Term Internship Program for Community College Students at UCSB MRL
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara Soft Cellular Materials
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara Specific, Reversible and Programmable Bonding in Supramolecular and Macromolecular Materials
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara The Complex Fluids Design Consortium (CFDC) is an academic-industrial-national lab partnership aimed at developing computational tools for designing soft materials and analyzing multiphase complex fluids.
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara The Materials Research Outreach Program (MROP) of the MRL at UCSB is an exciting 3-day forum for outreach and collaboration with industry and national laboratories.
0520415 C. Hawker University of California-Santa Barbara UCSB MRSEC Teacher wins Microsoft Innovative Teacher Award
0213574 I. Herman Columbia University Research and Rolling Exhibits (RARE), a Partnership with the New York Hall of Science
0213574 I. Herman Columbia University Structural Diversity in Binary Nanoparticle Superlattices: Beyond Hard Spheres to Charge-Controlled Packing
0213574 I. Herman Columbia University Structural Phase Diagrams of Oxide Nanocrystals: How Particle Size Changes Properties
0213574 I. Herman Columbia University Using Raman Scattering to Understand Stress and Strain in Films of Nanoparticles
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Better Electronics from Silicon Corrals
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University CCMR Seed Grows Into a Company
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Do not bend, fold or mutilate
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Engineering Structural Colors Using Nonspherical Building Blocks
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Inner City High School Students Investigate Time in Chemistry and Physics
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Is It A Solid or a Liquid?
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University MicroWorld hits the Road!
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Tight Nanostrings Have Better Tone
0520404 M. Hines Cornell University Using Templates to Conquer Disorder
0080016 R. Hull University of Virginia Integrating Nanoelectronic Devices
0080016 R. Hull University of Virginia Nanoscopic Materials
0080016 R. Hull University of Virginia Research Experience for Undergraduates at UVA
0520550 M. Johnson University of Oklahoma Control Planar & Vertical Ordering in 3D (In,Ga) As Quantum Dot Lattices by Surface Orientation
0520550 M. Johnson University of Oklahoma Forensic Science As A Springboard
0520550 M. Johnson University of Oklahoma Greener Q-Dots: Doped Nanocrystals
0520550 M. Johnson University of Oklahoma Mesoscopic Narrow Gap Systems
0520550 M. Johnson University of Oklahoma Selective formation of InAs Quantum Dots
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania de novo designed proteins - Bohdana Discher
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Designing Mutations on the Interior Surface of Ferritin-Like Proteins
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania MRI: Acquisition of a Property Measurement Facility for Interdisciplinary Studies
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Nano and Microstructure Building Blocks
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Natural pore-forming proteins
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Nematic Gels and Elastomers
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Premelting at defects within bulk colloidal crystals
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Synthetic Maquettes - Les Dutton
0420915 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Workshop on ‘Science in Archaeology'
0520020 M. Klein University of Pennsylvania Demonstration of Determination of Adsorption Structure on Colloidal Particles by Optical Second Harmonic Generation
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota Double Delivery
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota Electrostatic Tuning of the Magnetic Properties of Manganites
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota Low Voltage Operation of Organic Thin Film Transistors with a Solution Processed Polymer Electrolyte Gate Insulator
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota Silicon Nanocrystals with Quantum Yields Exceeding 60%
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota Tailoring Nanoporous Materials
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota Transverse Shear Microscopy Reveals Microstructure in Ultrathin Pentacene Films
0212302 T. Lodge University of Minnesota University of Minnesota Policies
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park A marriage of molecule and metal-mind the gap
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park A smooth ride on fullerene wheels
0213623 T. Mallouk Penn State University Park Adventures in Nanoscale Science Pique the Interest of Young Minds
0213623 T. Mallouk Penn State University Park Commercializing nanotechnology crossing the valley of death
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Electrokinesis arrested no current, no flow
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Ferromagnet-superconductor nanowires spins in conflict
0213623 T. Mallouk Penn State University Park Genetically engineered machines bacterial relay race
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park High-intensity beams sculpting at the nanoscale
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Left-handed light by design a blend of algorithm and fabrication
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Magnetic frustration by design spins can't always get what they want
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Microtubules in capped channels the persistence of circulation
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park New architectures for photovoltaics flexible nanowire solar cells
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Printing patterns with diverse inks molecular shepherds stop the spread
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Semiconductors encased in glass: a new platform for optoelectronics
0213623 T. Mallouk Pennsylvania State University-University Park Transducer arrays for biomedical imaging living cells bathed in sound
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago Fast Drying Produces Order
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago Granular Jets
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago MRSEC/GSB Management Laboratory (partnership)
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago Multi-Assays of Cellular Kinase Activities
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago Physics Today for a Brighter Tomorrow
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago Residency for Science Museum Exhibit Developers
0213745 S. Nagel University of Chicago Structural Signature of Jamming in Granular Media
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Electrostatic Attraction between Cationic-Anionic Assemblies with Surface Compositional Heterogeneities
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Enhancing the reliability of silicon-based molecular electronic devices
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Manipulating the Optical Properties of Pyramidal Nanoparticle Arrays
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University New Technique for Nanopatterning: Soft Electron Beam Lithography
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Novel Materials for the “Information Highway”
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Novel Processing Routes to Nanostructured Polymer Blends and Nanocomposites: Gelcasting of Ceramics
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Partnership/Diversity
0520513 M. Olvera Northwestern University Phase diagrams for self assembly
0080604 M. Rafailovich SUNY at Stony Brook Cancer single cell diagnostics
0213706 R. Register Princeton University Do Solids Flow?
0213706 R. Register Princeton University International Partnership: How Do Electrons Cross Si-Bound Alkyl Monolayers?
0213706 R. Register Princeton University New Plastic Memory Technology May Replace Silicon Chips!
0213706 R. Register Princeton University PUMA Students Discover and Create to Change the World
0520425 G. Rohrer Carnegie Mellon University Textured for Strength
0520425 G. Rohrer Carnegie Mellon University X-ray Vision for Materials
0213282 M.. Rubner Massachusetts Institute of Technology A New High-Rate Environmentally Friendly Battery Material May Help Hybrid Electric Vehicles Get Up and Go
0213282 M. Rubner Massachusetts Institute of Technology Industrial Outreach: From Basic Research to the Operating Room
0213282 M. Rubner Massachusetts Institute of Technology Industrial Outreach: Symposium Highlights New Research Developments from the MIT MRSEC
0213282 M. Rubner Massachusetts Institute of Technology Optical fibers that can take their own temperature
0213695 T. Russell University of Massachusetts-Amherst Formation of Silver and Platinum Nanoparticles within Aligned Diblock Copolymer Thin Films Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Soluble Metal Precursors
0213695 T. Russell University of Massachusetts-Amherst Wetting Cylindrical Alumina Nanopores with Polymer Melts
0625256 T. Russell University of Massachusetts-Amherst VISUAL: Bridging Art and Science
0625256 T. Russell University of Massachusetts-Amherst Wetting Cylindrical Alumina Nanopores with Polymer Melts
0080021 S. Sampath SUNY Stony Brook Anelastic Behavior of Thermal Spray Ceramic Coatings
0080021 S. Sampath SUNY Stony Brook Anisotropic Electrical Conductivities in Plasma Sprayed TiO2 Thick Films and Coatings
0080021 S. Sampath SUNY Stony Brook Industrial Outreach and Knowledge Transfer through the Consortium for Thermal Spray Technology
0520567 M. Sarikaya University of Washington Engineered Evolution of Inorganic-Binding Peptides
0520567 M. Sarikaya University of Washington Multi-faceted Education and Partnerships
0520567 M. Sarikaya University of Washington Nonequilibrium Synthesis and Assembly of Hybrid Inorganic-Protein Nanostructures Using an Engineered DNA Binding Protein
0520567 M. Sarikaya University of Washington Partnership with a Community College for Curriculum Development
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska Anisotropic Magnetism in Dilute Magnetic Semiconductors
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska Ballistic Anisotropic Magnetoresistance
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska Development of Ultrasensitive Torque Magnetometer
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska First Nebraska MRSEC/Industry Workshop
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska Fourth Graders Study Optical Properties of Solids
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska Quantum and Spin Phenomena in Nanomagnetic Structures
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska RET Participant Uses MRSEC to Increase Student Interest in Science
0213808 D. Sellmyer University of Nebraska Transition Metal Oxides as Tunnel Barriers
0520495 J. Tully Yale University “Experiences for Youth”
0520495 J. Tully Yale University “Exploring Materials Science”
0520495 J. Tully Yale University Advanced Insulators for Si Technology
0520495 J. Tully Yale University Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of High-K Gate Dielectrics
0520495 J. Tully Yale University Prediction of step stability on metal oxides
0213883 M. Urban University of Southern Mississippi Enhancing Diversity: Women in Science and Engineering
0213883 M. Urban University of Southern Mississippi Formation of Polymeric Nanotubes
0213883 M. Urban University of Southern Mississippi Polymers Responsive to Physiological Conditions
0213805 D. Weitz Harvard University Creation of New High Tech Jobs
0213805 D. Weitz Harvard University Frontiers of Soft Condensed Matter Workshop: Inter-MRSEC and Industry Partnership
0213805 D. Weitz Harvard University Postdoctoral Professional Development: Cool Labs, Hot Topics at the Museum of Science, Boston
0213805 D. Weitz Harvard University Public Presentations
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Cells on Asymmetric Patterns
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Microfluidic Assembly of Colloidal Armor
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Nanoindentation of Colloidal Crystals
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Nematic Textures in Spherical Shells
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Self-assembly of Supported and Unsupported Thin Films
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Sub-cellular Nanosurgery in Live Cells
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University Surface Tension Rockets
0243715 D. Weitz Harvard University The P-nDSC: A Combinatorial Approach to Thermal Analysis of Materials
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park Conducting Polymer Nanotubes toward Supercapacitor
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park Controlled Growth of Multiferroic Thin Films
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park Directed Self Organization of Step Bunches on Patterned Vicinal Si (111)
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park Loading up nanoporous carriers
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park Metal Electrodes Fluctuate under Molecular Bonds
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park Pre-Engineering Program: Collaboration between the University of Maryland
0520471 E. Williams University of Maryland-College Park The Magneto-Capacitance Effect and Electro-Magnons in Multiferroics
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