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0335765Sandip TiwariCornell UniversityNNIN: Hydrodynamic Metamaterials: Nanofabricated Arrays to Steer, Refract and Focus Streams of Biomaterials
0335766Sandip TiwariCornell UniversityNNIN: Hydrodynamic Metamaterials: Probing Vortex Dynamics in Superconductors with Nanoscale Weak-Pinning Channels
0335767Sandip TiwariCornell UniversityNNIN: Nano-Optical Superlenses with Negative-Index Metamaterials
0335768Sandip TiwariCornell UniversityNNIN:Cantilevers with Integrated Mesoscopic Samples
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering:Education and Outreach
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Summer Institute for Middle School Science Teachers
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Education and Outreach
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: NSF-supported NCNR spectrometers
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Testing composition gradients in shear banding flows using in situ neutron transmission profiling
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Thickness fluctuations in surfactant membranes
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Preferential Interactions of Guanidinium Ions with Aromatic Groups over Aliphatic Groups
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Bilayer membrane dynamics in nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug-phospholipid adducts
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: How Does the Stiffness of Lipid Vesicles Change as They Interact with Pore-forming Peptides?
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Core-Shell Magnetic Morphology of Structurally Uniform Magnetite Nanoparticles
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Electric Field Control of Magnetization in a Multiferroic
0454672Dan NeumannNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyThe NIST/NSF Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering: Multiple Filling of Voids Improves Thermoelectric Efficiency of Skutterudites
0537588Joseph J. BisognanoUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonObservations of a kink in the dispersion of f-electrons
0537588Joseph J. BisognanoUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonNEXAFS Spectroscopy of Tailored Molecules for Solar Cell Applications
0537588Joseph J. BisognanoUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonDisentangling the Charge Transport Mechanisms in Organic Semiconductors
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Magnetic Resonance Microscopy of Mammalian Cells
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Progress on High Temperature Superconductors in Magnets
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Do New Pnictide Superconductors Avoid the "Grain Boundary" Problem?
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Overcoming Frustration in Magnetism
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Quantum Oscillations and Superconductivity
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Toward Graphene Electronics
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Researching Educational Outreach Effectiveness
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Bismuth Qubits in Silicon
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Microscopic Dynamics in "Supersolid" Helium
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Molecular Basis for Petroleum Distillation
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Design and Fabrication of a Split User Magnet
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Design and Fabrication of a Split User Magnet
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Magnet Technology Research for Undergraduates
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: High-Field NMR Study of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Influence of Environments on Membrane Protein Structure
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Modulation Calorimetry in Pulsed Magnetic Fields
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Critical Fields and Currents in SmFeAs(O,F) Microdevices
0654118Gregory S. BoebingerFlorida State UniversityNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Cuprate Quantum Oscillations up to 85 Teslas
0936384Sol M. GrunerCornell UniversityOperation of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS):Control of Myosin (Muscles) by Kinases
0936384Sol M. GrunerCornell UniversityOperation of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS):Transistor Paint: Stable Copolymer Thin-Films
0936384Sol M. GrunerCornell UniversityOperation of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS): Interaction between Supersonic Disintegrating Liquid Jets and Their Shock Waves
0936384Sol M. GrunerCornell UniversityOperation of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS):Measurements of Surface Diffusivity and Coarsening during Pulsed Laser Deposition
0936384Sol M. GrunerCornell UniversityOperation of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS): Automated spin-assisted layer-by-layer assembly of nanocomposites
0936384Sol M. GrunerCornell UniversityOperation of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS):Portable X-ray Station for Outreach and Education

 

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