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0520491Chia-Ling ChienJohns Hopkins University Lateral Organic Devices
0520491Chia-Ling ChienJohns Hopkins University High School Student Research Internships at the Johns Hopkins
0520491Chia-Ling ChienJohns Hopkins University Determination of Ballistic Heat Transport
0820579 Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at Boulder Exotic Phases of Banana-Shaped Molecules
0820579 Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at Boulder Shape-Controlled Colloidal Interactions In Liquid Crystals
0820579 Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at Boulder Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal on Silicon-Based Picoprojectors
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Spin Transport in Nanowires
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Acoustic tweezers control nanoparticle assembly
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Anti Proximity Effect in Aluminum Nanowires
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Bloch and Néel Walls in Ferroelectrics
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park All-Dielectric Frequency Selective Surfaces with practical fields of view realized through genetic algorithm synthesis
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Supersonic Chemical Deposition for Complete Filling of Extreme Aspect Ratio Templates
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Benchtop Processing: Nanoparticle-Enabled Fabrication of Mesoscale Metallic Components
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park A Strain-Driven Morphotropic Phase Boundary in BiFeO3
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Building a Low-Cost Fluorimeter
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Spontaneous schooling behavior in photochemically excited nanoparticles
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Talented Teens in a New Science Leadership Camp
0820404Vincent Crespi Pennsylvania State Univ University Park A Ferroelectric Oxide directly on Silicon
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityCrack Interaction With Microstructure: An in-situ TEM Study
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityEdges-stress induced warping and rippling of graphene sheets and nanoribbons
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityCompeting grain-boundary- and dislocation-mediated mechanisms in plastic strain recovery in nanocrystalline Aluminum
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversitySize dependence of flow stress in amorphous nanowires at temperatures near glass transition
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityCharacterizing the resistance generated by a molecular bond as it is forcibly separated
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityUnderstanding the Mechanisms Controlling Sn Whisker Formation
0520651William A. CurtinBrown UniversityWind Tunnel Applications for Middle School Math & Science
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison UW MRSEC and NSF Share Everyday Applications and Cutting-Edge Research with a Broad Audience at the 2010 AAAS Annual Meeting
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison NanoArt: Reaching Broader Audiences through Art and Alterative Venues
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Industrial Consortium Growth and Activities
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison IRG 1: 20 GHz Flexible RF Switch
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison IRG 1: Influence of Surface Chemical Modification on Charge Transport Properties in Ultrathin Silicon Membranes
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Grafting of Conjugated Polymers on Oxide Surfaces
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Transient 2D IR Spectroscopy of Charge Transfer to Inorganic Semiconductors
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Early Detection of Amyloid Fibrils by Liquid Crystals
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison IRG 3: Characterization of Material Interfaces Functionalized with Biomolecules using Near Edge X-Ray Fine Structure Spectroscopy
0520527Juan J. De PabloUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Remote Instrument Access
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst Seed 1. Capturing Clustering Proteins on Surface-Immobilized Nanoparticles
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst IRG I. A Novel Approach to Addressable 4 Teradot/IN2 Patterned Media
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst IRG II. Surfaces with dynamic chemical patterns
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst Superseed. Ionic Liquid-based Ferrofluids
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst IRG I. Assembly of Polymer-Functionalized Nanoparticles on Metal Droplets for Electronics
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst Seed 2. Probing Energy Transfer in CdSe-oligo phenylene vinylene Nanostructures
0820506 Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst REU Program. Swelling Kinetics of Bulk and Surface-Attached Hydrogels
0520565Sossina M. Haile California Institute of Technology ADVANCE PEER MENTORING SUMMIT 2009
0520565Sossina M. Haile California Institute of Technology Targeting Diversity: Science and Engineering Opportunities Conference - Open House for High School Students
0520565Sossina M. Haile California Institute of Technology Graphene Atomic Switches for Ultracompact Logic Devices & Non-Volatile Memory Elements
0520565Sossina M. Haile California Institute of Technology Quantifying 3D Traction Forces of Epithelial Cell Clusters
0520565Sossina M. Haile California Institute of Technology Size Effects in Metallic Glass Nano-pillars
0520565Sossina M. Haile California Institute of Technology “Stretchy” Near-Infrared Metamaterials
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Ultra-Fast Electrically Driven Single Spin Rotations
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara New insights in p-type conductivity of ZnO
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Strain and Hückel Aromaticity: Driving Forces for a Promising New Generation of Electron Acceptors
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara The conductivity of doped SnO2
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara High school students learn about alternative energy at UCSB MRSEC workshop
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Materials Research Facilities Network (MRFN) Virtual Instrumentation Partnership (VIP)
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Multiple Nanostructures from a Single Template
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Understanding Nature’s glue
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Leveraging polymer elasticity to understand electro-static principles of biomolecular self-assembly
0520415Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa Barbara Ultrasensitive Detection of Surface and Interfacial Water Dynamics
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologyAltering the physical performance of graphene with chemistry
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologyDesigning a Graphene-Based Biosensor
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologyGRAPHENE TIMES
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologyGraphene Growth Scales Up!
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologyGraphene Inks For Transparent Electrodes
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologySelective Epitaxial Graphene Growth on SiC via AlN Capping
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUltrafast Relaxation of Hot Dirac Fermions in Epitaxial Graphene
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University Innovative Program puts Solar Energy Startup on the Fast Track: Cornell scientists and facilities help company solve technical challenges
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University Scientists Working Side-by-Side with Teachers: Workshops create new science lessons for the Syracuse City School District
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University “Nano-Rivers” of Electricity found in New Superconductors: Atomic-Scale Microscopy Reveals the Motion of Electrons in Complex Materials
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University Making Electronic Devices from the World’s Thinnest Material: High-yield processes suitable for mass fabrication
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University The Case of the Missing Oxygen Atoms: Theory and experiment work together to improve high-performance electronic materials
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University The Best Sandwiches are Not the Most Perfect Sandwiches: Surprises in the Atomic-Scale Chemical Structure of Next-Generation Magnetic Devices
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University NSF Investment in High-Tech Instrumentation Benefits Industry: Industrial researchers use excess capacity at Cornell
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University Watching “Atoms” Hop Yields Clue to Growth of Perfect Crystals: New technique may lead to better electronic materials
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University Reaching High School Chemistry Students Through Their Teachers: Scientists and Teachers Partner to Improve Chemistry Education
0520404Melissa A. HinesCornell University Tiny Facets Provide Clue to Growth of Sea Shells and Other Biocrystals: Strong, tough material formed when perfect crystal grows around gel
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of OklahomaDoped Semiconductor Nanocrystals (d-Dots)
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of OklahomaAharonov-Bohm Effect in Neutral Excitons
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of OklahomaElectronic and Photonic Device Applications for Narrow Gap Semiconductors
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of Oklahoma3D Ordering of Quantum Dots
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of OklahomaPortable SEM for K-12 Schools
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of OklahomaElectron Spin Effects in Narrow Gap Semiconductors
0520550Matthew B. JohnsonUniversity of OklahomaEducation & Outreach: Undergraduates develop hands-on demonstrations for K-5 students: a collaboration between C-SPIN, SPS & SeeS
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago Quasicrystalline order in self-assembled binary nanoparticle superlattices - IRG3 Rational Design of Nanoparticle and Molecule-Based Functional Materials
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago Seed Project: Efficient enzymatic method to attach nanomaterials to live cells
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago Improved Hybrid Solar Cells Utilizing In Situ UV Polymerization - IRG3 Rational Design of Nanoparticle and Molecule-Based Functional Materials
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago IRG 3: Improved Hybrid Solar Cells Utilizing In Situ UV Polymerization
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago IRG 2: Shock-front Scars: A clue to fractal tree- like growth
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago IRG 4: Imaging Quantum states of Bosonic atoms
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago Education: MRSEC-Inspired Exhibits at Chicago's Museum of Science & Industry
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago Facilities: Materials Research Facilities Network Enables High School Student Projects
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of Chicago IRG 1: The Jamming of Granular Polymer Chains
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityActive Emulsion droplet arrays
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversitySelf-Limited Self-Assembly of Chiral Subunits
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityOutreach: New England Complex Fluids Workshop
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityThe MRSEC Microfluidics Shared Facility
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityBrandeis MRSEC Sponsored Nano-Days activities
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversitySelf-assembly of Non-Amphiphilic Colloidal Membranes
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityInternational Collaboration Rwanda
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityBrandeis MRSEC Seed Project: Structure and function of cilia and flagella - organelles that clear our lungs of pollutants
0820492Robert B. MeyerBrandeis UniversityTheory of Chiral Smectic A Twisted Ribbons
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern University80 GHz Semiconducting Carbon Nanotube Transistors
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityX-ray Absorption Spectroscopy Study of the Local Structures of Crystalline Zn-In-Sn Oxide Thin Films
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityUnraveling the Mystery of the Lost Luminosity of A Sunday on La Grande Jatte
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityTuning the Glass Transition Temperature of Thin Polymer Films by 100 ºC by Nanoscale Confinement
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityStructure–Property Relationships in Hierarchically Ordered Self-Assembled Systems
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversitySingle Particle Studies of Nanocubes Shows Marked Effect of Composition and Substrate
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversitySelf-Oriented ZnO Films
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversitySelf-organization of Grafted Polyelectrolyte Layers via the Coupling of Chemical Equilibrium and Physical Interactions
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityScience and Theater – ETOPiA
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityRod-Sheath Heterostructures for Plasmonic Focusing
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityOptical properties of metal tips for tip-enhanced spectroscopies
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityMonitoring chromosome dynamics in living bacterial cells
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityMolecular Capacitance of Nanoscale Dielectrics
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityMaximum solubility of tin in bulk indium-tin oxide transparent conductors
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityMagnetic Properties of Thin Film Oxide Heterostructures
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityLocal Structure of In2-2xZnxSnxO3 (ZITO)
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityGraphene-Based Papers and Polymer Nanocomposites for Safe, High-Performance Lithium-Ion Batteries
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityFluorescence detection of proteins bound to a single DNA
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityFlexible Transparent Amorphous ZITO TFTs on Plastic
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityFirst-principles study of CoFe2O4/SrTiO3 Superlattice
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityDensity Gradient Ultracentrifugation of Graphene
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityConstruction of an Evolutionary Tree for Morphological Engineering of Nanoparticles
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityChemical Control of the Optical Properties of Semiconductor Quantum Dots
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityAfter-School Outreach Events
0520513Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityA Comparative ab initio Study of Bulk and Surface Oxygen Vacancies in PbTiO3, PbZrO3 and SrTiO3 Perovskites
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Superconductivity in the topological Insulator Bi2Se3
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Ultra-Fast Electrically Driven Single Spin Rotations
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Organic Passivation of Silicon Surfaces
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Reorientation of Nanoscale Block Copolymer Domains by Shear
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Designed Organophosphonate Self-Assembled Monolayers Enhance Device Performance of Pentacene-Based Organic Thin-Film Transistors
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Imaging and Analysis Center at Princeton
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Electrons on the brink: Fractal patterns may be key to semiconductor magnetism
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University PCCM hosts family Holiday Show with Professor Howard Stone
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University PCCM Explores Efforts to Improve Diversity for Individuals with Disabilities
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Simulations of Thin Copolymer Films under Shear
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Topological Protection Against Backscattering
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton University Visualizing Critical Correlations in Ga1-xMnxAs Princeton Univ., Univ. Illinois, and UC Santa Barbara
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityA Better Scaffold for Tissue Repair
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityImproving Learning by Addressing Misconceptions in Materials Science
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityMagnetic Order Emerges from a Disordered Assembly of Ions
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityA New Approach for Single Molecule Biology
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityMaterials for Room Temperature Spintronics
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityWorld Record Performance of Graphene Spin Valves
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityA Single Molecule Magnetic Switch*
0820414Nitin P. PadtureOhio State UniversityMaterials: An Applied, Project-Based High School Science Option
0630384Miriam RafailovichSuny at Stony BrookWeaving with bacteria
0630384Miriam RafailovichSuny at Stony BrookThe effect of organo clay and adsorbed FeO3 nanoparticles on cells cultured on Ethylene Vinyl Acetate substrates and fibers
0630384Miriam RafailovichSuny at Stony BrookBNL News: Trapped! Scientists Immobilize Bacteria in Fibrous Hydrogel
0630384Miriam RafailovichSuny at Stony BrookPNAS: Engineering of bio-hybrid materials by electrospinning polymer-microbe fibers
0630384Miriam RafailovichSuny at Stony BrookAdverse Effects of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles on Human Dermal Fibroblasts and How to Protect Cells
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College Park Annual Middle School Student Science Conference (SSC)
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College Park Standing Plasmon Waves on Ag Grating Structures
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College Park Poking Holes in Graphene Makes it Magnetic
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College Park Fabrication of a non-volatile multiferroic memory device
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College Park Charge Transfer across Oriented Molecular Interfaces
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College Park Antiferroelectric Phase in Sm Doped BiFeO3
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon University SEED Project: Influence of particles on Texture Evolution in Block Copolymer Blends
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon University Expanding Materials Education in High Schools: 2009 ASM Materials Camp for Teachers
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon University Grain Boundary Energy from Experiment and Simulation
0520425Gregory S. RohrerCarnegie-Mellon University Simulation finds the “hot spots” in grain boundary networks
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-I Highlight: Virus-grown battery materials
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMIT MRSEC partners with Puerto Rican university to strengthen student research skills and increase precollege recruitment
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-II Highlight: Mechanomutable polymer tube forests
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMRSEC-supported fundamental research leads to a new start-up
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMIT MRSEC workshop inspires middle school teaching
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyInitiative-I Highlight: Stem cells with drug-loaded nanoparticles attached promote rapid recovery following bone marrow transplants
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-II Highlight: How the weak becomes strong: spider silk reveals a paradox of super-strength
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-III Highlight: One-way photonic behavior
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySeed-IV Highlight: Single atom-thick nano sensors
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySeed-I Highlight: Nanoparticle control and transport using mobile magnetic domain wall traps
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of Washington Genetically Engineered Materials Science & Engineering Center
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of Washington Genetically Engineered Materials Science & Engineering Center - Outreach & Partnerships
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of Washington Genetically Engineered Materials Science & Engineering Center - Research
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of Washington Biofabrication of ZnS-binding immuno-quantum dots
0520567Mehmet SarikayaUniversity of Washington Molecular Doping of Grahene using Engineered Peptides – Peptidoelectronics
0305418Brian W. SheldonBrown UniversityNIRT: NANO-Ceramic Thin Films and Coatings for Exceptional Mechanical Performance
0213985Takao SuzukiThe University of Alabama - TuscaloosaSingle Molecule Quantum State Switching with AFM Tip
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesK-12 Summer Teacher Workshop
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesTin Seeded, PECVD Grown Silicon Nanowires
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesResearch Experiences for Undergraduates
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesNew Facilities
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesProton Transport in Ionic Space Charge Regions
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesHydrogen Storage in Ice
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesHow Ice Grows
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesEnergy Minor at Colorado School of Mines
0820518P. Craig TaylorColorado School of MinesCarrier Multiplication in Quantum Dots
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Electronic DNA Detection via Magnetic Nanoparticles Preconcentration
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Resistive Ferroelectric Switching at the Nanoscale
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Robust Isothermal Electric Control of Exchange Bias at Room Temperature
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Low-Power Picotesla Magnetoresistive Sensor
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Molecular Legos
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln WoPHY09
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityWhat has soft matter physics got to do with bird feathers?
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityWhat has soft matter physics got to do with butterfly colors?
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityImpact of interfacial bonding on oxide functionality
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityCRISP – National Laboratory Collaborations Advanced Photon Source & Brookhaven National Laboratory
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityCreating new devices using oxide materials
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityCRISP Professional Development Workshops
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityCRISP Variable Temperature, Variable Magnetic Field Ultrahigh Vacuum Scanning Force Microscope
0520495John C. TullyYale UniversityTeaching materials science using modern electronics
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityRandom Packing of Tetrahedral Dice
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityDiscover Magazine Names NYU Finding Top Story of 2009
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityNYU MRSEC Outreach Year 2
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityNYU MRSEC Shared Experimental Facilities Highlight
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityMRSEC Seed: A Photon Driven Nano-lander orbiting a Micro-moon
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Spindle Nanosurgery by Femtosecond Laser
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Soft Matter Science Revealed through Cooking
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Sequential Adsorption Model of Microfiber Clustering
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Pneumatic Belt
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Ferro-sponges for Drug and Cell Delivery
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Entropy Favors Asymmetry in Colloidal Self-Assembly
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Development of a RheoConfocal Microscope
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Creating New High Tech Jobs
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Catalysis for CO2 Reduction
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard University Aberration Corrected Electron Microscopes
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaElasticity of Microgel Particles
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaCarrier Distribution & Dynamics of Nanocrystal Solids Doped with Artificial Atoms
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaNew Multi-component Magnetic Membranes
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaVideoconferencing Materials Science to High Schools
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaPolarization Dependent Interactions at Pd-LiNbO3(0001) Interfaces
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaOne Protein Scaffold – Multiple Functions
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaSelf-assembly of Janus-dendrimers into Uniform Dendrimersomes and Other Complex Architectures
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaPatchy Particles by Self-Assembly
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaCurvy Contours and Molecular Motions
0520020Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaSpontaneous Buckling of Synthetic Gels with Depth-wise Crosslinking Gradient

 

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