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ChemMatCARS
0535644aJames P. ViccaroUniversity of ChicagoNew Process and Larger Molecules Overturn Conventional Wisdom about Lithium-Polymer Electrolyte Batteries
0535644bJames P. ViccaroUniversity of ChicagoBiomimetic Polymer Membrane Leapfrogs Current Plastics, Promises Wide Application in Commercial Small Molecule Separation
CHESS
0225180aSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityEffective anti-HIV drugs need to "wiggle" and "jiggle"
0225180bSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityBacterium infected by envelope-penetrating needle
0225180cSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityACA Etter Prize for X-ray optics innovations
0225180dSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityDynamics of Complex Oxide Growth
0225180eSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityMRS poster prize for pulsed-Laser-deposition growth
0225180fSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityMRS poster prize for novel porous materials
0225180gSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityThesis prize for protein pressure freezing
0225180hSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityNanomaterials by assembling nanobuilding blocks
0225180iSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityHighly aligned nanorod checkerboards
0225180jSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityX-ray induced synthesis of 8H diamond
0225180kSol M. GrunerCornell UniversityMesoporous materials from metals
MIP
0603042aMark D. BirdFlorida State UniversityInvestigation of Conduit Materials for Nb3Sn CICC´s
0603042bMark D. BirdFlorida State UniversityPerformance Prediction of Nb3Sn CICC´s
0116585Collin L. BroholmJohns Hopkins UniversityWorlds brightest cold neutron spectrometer: MACS
0520547aBrent T. FultzCalifornia Institute of TechnologyDANSE team serving the community
0520547bBrent T. FultzCalifornia Institute of TechnologyPhonon Density of States of LaFeAsO1-xFx
NHMFL
0654118aGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Mating and Dauer Pheromones from Caenorhabditis elegans
0654118bGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Nanoscale Diffusion Studies of Lipid Membranes
0654118cGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Experimental Studies of the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: High Field-Low Temperature Studies
0654118dGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Giant Viscosity Enhancement in a Spin-Polarized Fermi Liquid
0654118eGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Quenching Spin Decoherence in Diamond through Spin Bath Polarization
0654118fGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory High Performance Mass Spectrometry: FT-ICR at 14.5 T
0654118gGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Diffusion MRI of Rodent Glioma at 21T
0654118hGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Spectral Mapping of Protein Torsion Angles
0654118iGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Two-Band Superconductivity in LaFeAsO0.89F0.11 at Very High Magnetic Fields
0654118jGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Steps Toward an All-Superconducting 30 Tesla Magnet Made from Round Wire
0654118kGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Educational Outreach at the Magnet Lab
0654118lGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory HTc Superconductor MultiComponent Fermi Surface
0654118mGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Texture and Microstructure in High Strength Cu-Ag Conductors for DC Magnets
0654118nGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Fermi Surface of CeIn3 above the Neel Critical Field
0654118oGregory S. BoebingerNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory Magneto Quantum Oscillations in YBa2Cu4O8
NIST
0454672aDan Neumann National Institute Of Standards and Technology The NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering
0454672bDan Neumann National Institute Of Standards and Technology Chemical and Physical Properties of the Nanoscale Building Blocks of Concrete
SRC
0537588aMartin T. CadwalladerUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonWave Propagation of FEL Radiation
0537588bMartin T. CadwalladerUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonElectronic structure of SrTiO3: From fundamental physics to applications in oxide electronics
0537588cMartin T. CadwalladerUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonBare Lithium Barely Understood
0613972Pupa GilbertUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonThe Organic-Mineral Interface
0503323aTai C. ChiangUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignInterface-Induced Complex Electronic Interference Structures in Ag Films on Ge(111)
0503323bTai C. Chiang University of Wisconsin-MadisonUsing Light to See the Unknown – an experiential based Education and Outreach Project at the Synchrotron Radiation Center (SRC )
0244812Scott B. WhitfieldUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireRelativistic Effects on the Angular Distribution of the Xe 5s Photoelectrons
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