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0520491C. L. ChienJohns Hopkins UniversitySecondary Teacher Interacting with Materials Professors Strikes Gold
0520491C. L. ChienJohns Hopkins UniversityDomains and Domain Wall Motion in Perpendicular Anisotropy Materials
0520491C. L. ChienJohns Hopkins UniversityA New Generation of Spintronic Devices: MgO Magnetic Tunneling Junctions
0213618C. W. FrankStanford University Education and Human Resources – In Memorium of Marni Goldman
0213618C. W. FrankStanford University Microfluidic Device for DNA Dynamics in Mixed Flows
0213618C. W. FrankStanford University Closing the Loop on Recycling: Can We Stop the Oil-to-Landfill Treadmill?
0213618C. W. FrankStanford University Self-Assembly
0213618C. W. FrankStanford University Verticle Nanopore Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversityPartnering with a Charter School to Reach At-Risk Students
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversityHelping 4th Grade Students meet the New York State Standards
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversityJumpStart helps Small Businesses Solve Technical Problems
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversityDeveloping a “Lab-on-a-Particle”
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversitySwitchable Molecules for the World’s Smallest Switch
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversityFrozen Silicon “Trees” tell Story of Melting
0520404M. A. HinesCornell UniversityBeating the World’s Smallest Drum
0611612S. JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM Education and Outreach
0611612S. JeelaniTuskegee UniversityScience on Saturdays (SoS)
0611612S. JeelaniTuskegee UniversitySpectrosopic and Rheological Investigations of the Chemical Interactions in Nanoparticles – Polymer Composites
0520550M. B. JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Spatially Localized of InAs Quantum Dots on Shallow Patterns Regardless of Crystallographic Directions
0520550M. B. JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Narrow Gap Semiconductor Structures for Electronic Device Applications
0520550M. B. JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Inspiring Future Scientists-SeeS: Sooner Elementary Science and Engineering Club & Science Zone
0520550M. B. JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma 14th Semiconducting and Insulating Materials Conference
0520550M. B. JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma Current and Spin Focusing in InSb Micro-Devices
0520020M. KleinUniversity of PennsylvaniaPREM International Symposium
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Catalytic Protein Bundles
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Brownian motion of an ellipsoid
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania A Heavyweight Lightweight Material:Carbon Nanotube Aerogels
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Novel Mechanical Response of Filamentous Networks
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Rhodia – CNRS – Penn Alliance
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Membrane receptor engineering yields uniquely responsive bacteria
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Nano Chessboards by Design
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Nanosculpting Metal with Electron Beams
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania Functional Non Biological Membranes
0520020M. L. KleinUniversity of Pennsylvania PREM International Symposium
0611616G. LopezUniversity of New MexicoSmart Materials for Manipulating Cell/Surface and Cell/Cell Interactions
0611616G. LopezUniversity of New MexicoHigh Performance Materials for Low Cost Diagnostics
0611616G. LopezUniversity of New MexicoUNM / Harvard PREM Remotely Powered Self-Propelling Particles and Micropumps Based on Miniature Diodes
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Lighting the Way-Educational Outreach
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Ferro unbound: Hollow tubes feel the field the power of freedom
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Fiber transistor: A marriage of photons and electrons
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Heat capacity: One-dimensional superconductors squeeze the heat
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Micro insertion: Placement, isolation and patterning flaw follows function
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Inversion mode nanowire transistors: A switch on its head
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park NANO Rotor- Molecular spin and slide: a double decker rotating sandwich
0213623T. E. MalloukPennsylvania State University-University Park Magnetic Tubules-Cellular tracks follow the field: Special Delivery
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Contemporary Leonardos
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Cabot Microelectronics Company
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Myelin Figures—The Instability of Soap
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Self-Assembled Nanocrystal Membranes
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Chicago Networks—Smooth Evolution without Fine-Tuning
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Quantum and Classical Relaxation in the Proton Glass
0213745S. R. NagelUniversity of Chicago Spin-Blockade in a Colloidal CdSe Quantum Dot Solid
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonPlamon Resonance in Nano Particles and Liquid Crystals
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonGeneral Method for Modeling of Nanoparticle Dynamics far from Equilibrium
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonAntifungal Activity of Helical b-Peptide Nanorods
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonSCI ENCountErs – Building a Diverse Scientific Community
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonTactile Nanoscale Models – Making Nanoscience Accessible
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonNano Café’s – Involving the Community in Nanotechnology
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonOptically Modulated Conduction in Chromophore-Functionalized Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonSelf-Assembling Materials to Insert into the Nanolithographic Process
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonStructural Characterization of Assemblies Formed by b-Peptides Oligomers
0425880P. NealyUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonDevelopmental Toxicity of PAMAM Dendrimers
0520513M. OlveraNorthwestern University Polymer Surface Viscoelasticity Affects Organic Thin-Film Transistor Performance
0520513M. OlveraNorthwestern University Electrical Conductivity of Polymorphic Indium Tin Oxide Nanocrystalline Powders
0611539P. RayJackson State UniversityEffect of Central Metal Ions on First Hyperpolarizability of Unsymmetrical Metal Porphyrins
0611539P. RayJackson State UniversityGold Nanoparticle Based FRET assay for Detection of DNA Cleavage
0611539P. RayJackson State UniversityNear Infrared Photo-Induced DNA Damage in the presence of Copper-dppz Complex
0611539P. RayJackson State UniversityVery Large Infrared Two-Photon Absorption Cross Section of Asymmetric Zinc Porphyrin
0213282M. F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of Technology Nanocoatings Harvest Water from Fog
0213282M. F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of Technology “All-in-One” Self-Cleaning, Anti-Reflection Coatings from Nanoparticles
0213282M. F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of Technology A New MIT-Wide Vehicle for MRSEC Knowledge Outreach
0213282M. F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of Technology Studying a New State of Matter-The Quantum Spin Liquid
0213282M. F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of Technology New Photonic Crystal Structures “Freeze” Light
0213282M. F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of Technology Quantum Dot “Sandwiches” Emit White Light
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Tailored Assemblies of Amphiphilic Polymers
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Cavitation Rheology for Soft Materials
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Charge- and Energy Transfer Within Single Surface-Functionalized Quantum Dots
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Functionalized Polyesters via Click Chemistry
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Closed Loop Phase Behavior
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Dynamics of Friction in Soft Materials
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Opening eyes to Materials Research
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Perfectly Hydrophobic Surfaces
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Mesoporous Silica With Nanoducts
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Nanoparticle Encapsulants
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Polymer Nanocomposite Mechanical Properties
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Recognition Induced Polymersomes
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Water Permeable Nanorods
0213695T. P. RussellUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst Triggered Decomposition of Polymeric Nanoparticles
0642573R. SiegelRensselaer Polytechnic InstituteNanoscience and Engineering Center (NSEC) for Directed Assembly of Nanostructures
0351449O. SuarezUniversity of Puerto Rico at MayaguezEnhancing Magnetic Properties in Nanostructured Data Storage Materials
0351449O. SuarezUniversity of Puerto Rico at MayaguezFormation of ZnO-Based Multi-functional Nanostructures Through Low-Temperature Processing
0351449O. SuarezUniversity of Puerto Rico at MayaguezNovel Processing of Superconductors
0351449O. SuarezUniversity of Puerto Rico at MayaguezMagnetic Nanoparticle Synthesis Strategies for Biosensor Development
0351449O. SuarezUniversity of Puerto Rico at MayaguezNovel Material for Lunar Exploration
0213808E. Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Collaboration with Raymond Central High School
0213808E. Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Electric Field Control of Magnetic Nanostructures
0213808E. Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Magnetic Domain Walls at the Nanoscale: Rigid or Soft?
0213808E. Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln New Magnetoresistive Phenomenon Discovered at the Nanoscale
0213808E. Y. TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Magnetization Reversal of Patterned Submicron-Sized Dot Arrays
0213883M. W. UrbanUniversity of Southern Mississippi Research Experience for Undergraduates
0213883M. W. UrbanUniversity of Southern Mississippi Creating Antimicrobial Polymer Surfaces; Attachment of Penicillin
0213883M. W. UrbanUniversity of Southern Mississippi Reaching Out to K-12 in Mississippi
0213883M. W. UrbanUniversity of Southern Mississippi Ionic Actuator
0213883M. W. UrbanUniversity of Southern Mississippi Self-Assembly Behavior of Hydrophobins
0213883M. W. UrbanUniversity of Southern Mississippi Stimuli-responsive ABA Block Copolymers via RAFT as Cell Growth Platforms
0648986T. VanderahNational Institute of Standards and TechnologySURFing the Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory (MSEL) of the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
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