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Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials

0611430Mikhail A. NoginovNorfolk State UniversityPartnership for Research and Education in Materials: Compensation of Loss by Gain in a Negative Index Material
0611430Mikhail A. NoginovNorfolk State UniversityPartnership for Research and Education in Materials: Stimulated emission of surface plasmon polaritons in micro-cylinder cavity
0611539Paresh C. RayJackson State UniversityJSU–UCSB Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) Science: Nano Day Activity in Memphis Zoo: Impact on the Community
0611539Paresh C. RayJackson State UniversityJSU–UCSB Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) Science: Popcorn Shape Gold Nanomaterial Can Target and Destroy Salmonella Bacteria
0611562Nicholas G. KioussisThe University Corporation, NorthridgePREM – Multidisciplinary Research and Education in Computational Materials Science: Charge and Spin Transport and Symmetry Broken State in 2D Systems
0611562Nicholas G. KioussisThe University Corporation, NorthridgePREM – Multidisciplinary Research and Education in Computational Materials Science: "Seamless" Graphene Interconnects for the prospect of all–carbon spin–polarized field–effect transistors
0611595Joshua B. HalpernHoward UniversityHoward/Hopkins/Prince George's Community College – Partnership for Research and Education in Materials
0611595Joshua B. HalpernHoward UniversityHoward/Hopkins/Prince George's Community College – Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: Bi Nanowires as Topological Insulators
0611595Joshua B. HalpernHoward UniversityHoward/Hopkins/Prince George's Community College – Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: Growth of Highly Mn Doped GaN Nanowires and Rods
0611595Joshua B. HalpernHoward UniversityHoward/Hopkins/Prince George's Community College – Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: Single Source Precursors For Producing Compound Semiconductors: ZnO
0611612Shaik JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM: A Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University: Synthesis and Rheological Characterization of Non–Spherical Micro and Nanostructures
0611612Shaik JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM: A Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University: Effect of MWCNTs on the Performance of Thermosetting Polymers
0611612Shaik JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM: A Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University: Education and Outreach Spring NanoBio Science Academy for Teachers (NBSAT)
0611612Shaik JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM: A Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University: Education and Outreach Science and Technology Open House
0611612Shaik JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM: A Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University: Summer2010 Research Experience for High Schoolers
0611612Shaik JeelaniTuskegee UniversityPREM: A Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University: Structural Analysis of Polyhedral–Oligomeric–Sil–Sesquioxane (POSS) Coated Sic Nanoparticles and their applications in Thermoset Polymers
0611616Juila E. FulghumUniversity of New MexicoUniversity of NewMexico/Harvard PREM: Leadership in Biomaterials: Elastomeric Negative Acoustic Contrast Particles as Platforms for Bioassays
0611616Juila E. FulghumUniversity of New MexicoUniversity of NewMexico/Harvard PREM: Leadership in Biomaterials: Influence of Active Materials on Cellular Functions
0611616Juila E. FulghumUniversity of New MexicoUniversity of NewMexico/Harvard PREM: Leadership in Biomaterials: Microfluidic Droplets for DNA Sequencing and Materials Synthesis
0611616Juila E. FulghumUniversity of New MexicoUniversity of NewMexico/Harvard PREM: Leadership in Biomaterials: Smart Materials for Manipulating Cell/Surface and Cell/Cell Interactions
0934111Lamartine MedaXavier University of LouisianaNanoscale Imaging Systems – Synthesis, structure and properties of metal galactarates as precursors for novel functional materials
0934111Lamartine MedaXavier University of LouisianaNanoscale Imaging Systems – Self–catalyzed growth of ruthenium oxide nanoplates
0934111Lamartine MedaXavier University of LouisianaNanoscale Imaging Systems – Impact of PREM and K–12 Outreach
0934111Lamartine MedaXavier University of LouisianaNanoscale Imaging Systems – Crystallization and X–ray Crystal Structure of Sulfapyridine, Sulfapyridine Dioxane Solvate, and Sulfapyridine Tetrahydrofuran Solvate
0934115Nelson Cardona–MartinezUniversity of Puerto Rico MayaguezWisconsin – Puerto Rico Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: First Molecular Evidence For The Mechanism Of Action Of Artificial Antimicrobial Peptides
0934115Nelson Cardona–MartinezUniversity of Puerto Rico MayaguezWisconsin – Puerto Rico Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: Bifunctional Catalyst Efficiently Converts Cellulose into Soluble Renewable Feedstocks
0934115Nelson Cardona–MartinezUniversity of Puerto Rico MayaguezWisconsin – Puerto Rico Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: FACI–RUM 2011
0934142Xiao–Qian WangClark Atlanta UniversityCoalition for Research and Education Enhancement in Materials: Two Layers are Better than One: Engineering a Band Gap in Graphene
0934142Xiao–Qian WangClark Atlanta UniversityCoalition for Research and Education Enhancement in Materials: No Problem is Too Big to Solve
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota–Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934157Karen LozanoUniversity of Texas – Pan AmericanPREM–The University of Texas Pan American/University of Minnesota –Science and Engineering of Polymeric and Nanoparticle–based Materials for Electronic and Structural Applications
0934195Idalia RamosUniversity of Puerto Rico at HumacaoPENN–UPR Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: Soft Matters in Materials Science @ Humacao, Puerto Rico
0934195Idalia RamosUniversity of Puerto Rico at HumacaoPENN–UPR Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: PREM increases Participation of Women in Physics
0934195Idalia RamosUniversity of Puerto Rico at HumacaoPENN–UPR Partnership for Research and Education in Materials:
0934195Idalia RamosUniversity of Puerto Rico at HumacaoPENN–UPR Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: UPR–Humacao Hosts PREM&MRSEC Joint Meeting
0934195Idalia RamosUniversity of Puerto Rico at HumacaoPENN–UPR Partnership for Research and Education in Materials: Humacao–PREM Ladder to Graduate School
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Compression and Expansion of plain and Janus Particle Monolayers at Air–Water Interfaces
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Compression and Expansion of plain and Janus Particle Monolayers at Air–Water Interfaces: Dynamic Crystallization in Particulate Flow
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Oblique Drop Impact
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Particle–Laden Liquid Bridge
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Summer 2011 Professional Development
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Summer Professional Development Workshop for Teachers
0934206Jeffrey F. MorrisCUNY City CollegePREM: City College–Chicago MRSEC Partnership on the Dynamics of Heterogeneous and Particulate Materials: Binary Patterned Peptides at 2D Interfaces
0934212Tatiana TimofeevaNew Mexico Highlands UniversityLight–Matter Interaction: Theory and Applications (LMITA) : Angular tetrachloro[6]phenylene: a step toward circular phenylenes
0934212Tatiana TimofeevaNew Mexico Highlands UniversityLight–Matter Interaction: Theory and Applications (LMITA): Base–Catalyzed Halogen–Dance Route to (Di)Keto–Bridged Bithiophene & Bithiazole Building Blocks for Optoelectronics
0934212Tatiana TimofeevaNew Mexico Highlands UniversityLight–Matter Interaction: Theory and Applications (LMITA): Base–Catalyzed Halogen–Dance Route to (Di)Keto–Bridged Bithiophene & Bithiazole Building Blocks for Optoelectronics: Presentation of Light–Matter Interactions for Middle School Students West Las Vegas Middle School, May 2011
0934218Dhiraj K. SardarUniversity of Texas at San AntonioOxide and Metal Nanoparticles–The Interface between Life Sciences and Physical Sciences: Passivating Au Nanoparticles With Alky–Thiol Molecules
0934218Dhiraj K. SardarUniversity of Texas at San AntonioOxide and Metal Nanoparticles–The Interface between Life Sciences and Physical Sciences: Bringing Nanotechnology to the Community With Alky–Thiol Molecules
0934218Dhiraj K. SardarUniversity of Texas at San AntonioOxide and Metal Nanoparticles–The Interface between Life Sciences and Physical Sciences: Building Silver Flowers to Detect Pathogens and Hazardous Materials

 

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