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0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkGreatest Show on Earth: Big Top Physics
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkNanofabulous
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkElectric Potential Metrology on the Nanoscale
0520471Janice E. Reutt-RobeyUniversity of Maryland College ParkBilayer Graphene Photon Detector
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMIT MRSEC participates in large public outreach event as part of MIT´s 150th anniversary celebration
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMIT MRSEC partners with visiting North Carolina A&T professor to encourage underrepreented undergraduates to pursue graduate studies
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyKnowledge Transfer Highlight: Computational materials science drives the development of new energy storage materials and establishes the intellectual framework of the 2011 Materials Genome Initiative
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-I Highlight: All-Carbon Nanofiber Electrodes for High-Energy Rechargeable Li-air Batteries
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-II Highlight: Mechanical pressure can be used to resuscitate the beating "heart& of a polymer gel
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-III Highlight: Multimaterial fiber controls the emission of laser light
0819762Michael F. RubnerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyIRG-III Highlight: Thermal drawn fibers can be used to create high-density macroscopic arrays of well-ordered nanowires
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityOutreach: Nanodays for the public at the public Library
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityOutreach: Materials Science Day for Middle school pilot program
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityGrowth of high quality semiconductor crystals as hosts for topological surface states
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityQuantum Oscillations from topological surface electrons
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversitySpatial fluctuations of helical Dirac fermions on the surface of topological insulators
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPulsed Laser Plasmonic Welding of Ag Nanowires for Transparent Conducting Layers
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityIRG-B: Wrinkles and Folds as Photonic Structures in Photovoltaics
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversitySilicon/Organic Heterojunctions for Photovoltaics
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityIRG-C: Self-assembly of ionic surfactants accelerated by graphics processing units (GPUs)
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityBlock Copolymer Lamellae: Stand Up and Shear (Align)
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityMulti-second Electron Spin Coherence in Ultra-pure Silicon
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityEffective Mass and Spin Susceptibility of Dilute Two-dimensional Holes in GaAs
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityUltrastable Nanostructured Polymer Glasses by Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityUp the photon staircase: photons repel each other
0819860Nai Phuan OngPrinceton UniversityPCCM’s Shared Facility – Imaging and Analysis Center
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesInterfacial Molecular Structure in OFETs (Seed)
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesSemicrystalline Tin Dioxide Films for Improving the Damp Heat Stability of Copper Indium Gallium Diselenide Solar Cells
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesThe Microscopics of Pinning
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesGiant Magnetoresistance Effect at Microwave Frequencies
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesK-12 Outreach MRSEC Faculty Reach over 30,000 Students
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesHigh Efficiency Silicon Nanocrystal Light Emitting Devices
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesUMN IPrime Hosts Annual Meeting (May 31-June 2, 2011) 44 Member Companies, Faculty, Students and Guests
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesWhy Most Plastics Can’t be Metals
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesImaging ‘Invisible’ Dopant Atoms in Semiconductor Nanocrystals
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesEfficient, Single-Layer Organic Light-Emitting Devices
0819885Timothy P. LodgeUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesDevelopment of a Universal Template for Producing Nanoporous Materials by Nanocasting
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoAfter-School Science Clubs
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoExtension of the Jamming Framework to "Wet" Systems
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoFolding sheets are a form of soliton Binary Nanocrystal Superlattices
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoStructural Defects in Periodic and Quasicrystalline Binary Nanocrystal Superlattices
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoSuperconductivity in Films of Colloidal Nanocrystals
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoInter-American Materials Research Collaboration
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoSweeping Out Electrons with Carbon-Nanotubes to Achieve High Efficiency Solar Cells
0820054Ka Yee C. LeeUniversity of ChicagoSweeping Out Electrons with Carbon-Nanotubes to Achieve High Efficiency Solar Cells
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityNew iPad App “Lewis Dots” Lets Brooklyn Students Learn Chemistry with Ease
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityHow do suspensions flow at high densities?
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityThe Material World
0820341Michael D. WardNew York UniversityHow do suspensions flow at high densities?
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationTracking the Movement of Dopants in an Analog Memristor using X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationFibroblast Cell Adhesion on Dynamic Microgel Substrates
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationInternational Programs Grow
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationGraphene Sensing of Biomolecules and Chemical Environment
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationTwisting the height away
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationAn Electron´s Life on the Edge
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationChemistry at the Dirac Point
0820382Dennis W. HessGeorgia Tech Research CorporationEpitaxial Graphene’s Edge
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkMuseum Show: Hidden Power
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkAutonomous Motors Powered by Ultrasound
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkHidden Roto Symmetries in Nature Discovered
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University Park Center for Nanoscale Science
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkMicropumps powered by analyte-initiated depolymerization
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkCdS motors are switchable by light
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkQuantum Phase Slips and Switching Bistability in Superconducting Nanowires
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkSuperconductivity and Vortices in Topological Insulator Nanoribbons
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkMaterials for High Speed Fiber Optoelectronics
0820404Vincent H. CrespiPennsylvania State Univ University ParkColossal negative magnetoresistance in adatom-engineered graphene
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Learning about the Graduate Student Experience
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation "Isn’t a more dense material stronger?"
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Atomic-sized bits
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Nonmagnetic elements turn graphene magnetic
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation A new paradigm for magnetism in complex metal oxides
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Strain tunable room temperature magnetism
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Giant spin-Seebeck effect could provide power from waste heat
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Small Vesicles Are Cell Signaling Devices
0820414Chris P. HammelOhio State University Research Foundation Mechanical Dynamics of the Genome
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversitySoft-Matter and Innovation Workshop
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityInternational Ambassador
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityParticles at Liquid Interfaces
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityCombinatorial AC NanoCalorimetry
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityFluid Drops Impacting Solid Surfaces
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityParticles at Liquid Interfaces
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityFluctuating Thin Elastic Shells
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityActive Soft Materials
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityActive Soft Materials
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversityMicrotubules in Metaphase Spindles
0820484David A. WeitzHarvard UniversitySoft Lithography Fabrication
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversitySelf Regulation in Active Fluids
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityActive Crystals of Self Propelled Spheres
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityTheory of Achiral Smectic A “Cookie Disks”
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityDesign of Electrocatalysts for Renewable Energy Applications – Tethering Heterobimetallic Co/Zr Complexes to Conducting Surfaces
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityUsing Microscopy to Look at the World Beneath our Eyes
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityDiscovering Nanolife Partnership with the Discovery Museum
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityPoster Session
0820492Seth RadenBrandeis UniversityEngineering lipid membrane conformations using proteins involved in transport within cells
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstCreating a "repair-and-go" system using nanoparticle microencapsulation
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstConjugated polymer helices
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstResponsive Wrinkles
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstInside a Crumpled Ball
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstCollaborative Research Programs: Academic Sector
0820506Todd EmrickUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstNanoscale Imaging of Wet Polymer Materials 
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesInternational Student Exchange
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesSilane Passivation of Si Quantum dots
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesHot Carrier Transport in Nanocrystalline Silicon
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesSize Dependence of Multi-Exciton Generation
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesInitial Oxidation of Silicon
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesNovel Ceramic/Organic Ionomers
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesDynamic Measurements of Polymer Electrolytes
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesNovel Transport Mechanisms in Conducting Ceramics
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesAdvanced Synthesis of Proton Conducting Ceramics
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesSimulation of Proton Transport in PEM Fuel Cells
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesPoisson-Boltzmann Model of Nanoionic Composites
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesResearch Experiences for Undergraduates in Renewable Energy
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesHigh Throughput, High Resolution Characterization of Membrane Durability
0820518Craig P. TaylorColorado School of MinesEducation and Outreach
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnNebraska MRSEC Professor/Student Pairs Program
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnNebraska MSREC WoPHY11 Conference
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnEnhanced Ferroelectric Stability by Interface Engineering
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnHigh-Sensitivity Detector for Molecular Sensing using Magnetic Particles
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnTheoretical and Experimental Characterization of Structures of MnAu Nanoclusters
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnElectric Field Control of Magnetization
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnOrganic Ferroelectric Photovoltaics
0820521Evgeny TsymbalUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnOrganic Molecular Layers for Efficient Charge Injection
0820579Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at BoulderFerroelectric Liquid Crystal-Based Pico-Projectors
0820579Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at BoulderMoving and Rotating Particles with Low Light Levels
0820579Noel A. ClarkUniversity of Colorado at BoulderTricks with Water
1119826Charles AhnYale University18th International Workshop on Oxide Electronics
1119826Charles AhnYale UniversityAtomic Strings that Bind Crystals
1119826Charles AhnYale UniversityCRISP and the Digital Academy: Cutting Edge STEM Education
1119826Charles AhnYale UniversityCRISP, NanoDays, and Yale Pathways
1119826Charles AhnYale UniversityNovel Mechanical Properties of Amorphous Solids
1119826Charles AhnYale UniversityDiversity and Outreach
1119826Charles AhnYale University50th New England Complex Fluids Workshop
1119826Charles AhnYale UniversityDesign of Complex Granular Metamaterials
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityQuantifying the impact of hands-on educational materials
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityMaking Inquiry-Driven Experiments Available to All Students
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityTraining the next generation of researchers
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityIndustry-University Partnership Promotes Innovation
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityInteracting electron ripples provide clues to superconductivity
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityA Better Way to Store Information in Computer Memory
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityPatterned Graphene “Scrap” Grows into Continuous "Patchwork Quilt"
1120296Melissa A. HinesCornell UniversityNew Platforms for Studying Cancer Metastasis to Bone
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaPolymer Nanocomposites
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaPost Arrays as Topological Templates
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaA color changing stress-sensor
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaSoft Spots in Disordered Colloidal Packings
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaQuantum Dot Circuits
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaDirac Semimetal in Three Dimensions
1120901Arjun G. YodhUniversity of PennsylvaniaGirard College 7th Grade Science Camp
1120923Theodore B. NorrisUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborA high-performance, metal-free metamaterial in the near-IR
1120923Theodore B. NorrisUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborBroadband Light Bending with Plasmonic Nanoantennas
1120923Theodore B. NorrisUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborOptical Topological Transition in Metamaterials
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraInternship program provides international research experiences to US undergraduates
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMussel Inspired Adhesive Surfaces
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraEffects of doping on the lattice parameter of complex oxides
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraA New Tri Beam Tomography Instrument
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraSecondary Heusler phase enhances the thermoelectric properties of a half-Heusler compound
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraNew Strategy for Polymer Functionalization
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraActive Gels
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMRFN Shared Facilities Workshop
1121053Craig J. HawkerUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraProbing spin and charge on the nanoscale
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityNanodays at the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityWomen Inspiring Learning Momentum (WILL)
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityInternational Collaboration in Soft Matter Research and Training
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityHierarchical Freezing in a Lattice Model
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityStructure-Property Relationship of Nanowire Networks
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityBinary Colloidal Structures Assembled through Ising Interactions
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityGenetically Encoded Triple Stimuli Responsive Peptide Polymer Micelles
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityNew Stimuli Responsive Materials
1121107Gabriel P. LopezDuke UniversityDynamic Electrostatic Lithography: Multiscale On-demand Patterning on Large Area Curved Surfaces
1121252Anil V. VirkarUniversity of UtahNew Dual Beam Focused Ion Beam System
1121252Anil V. VirkarUniversity of UtahSpin Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED)
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversitySharing Science through the Arts
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversitySeeding Conformal Dielectrics on Graphene
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityTwo Is Not Always Better Than One
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityThe Electrical and Band-Gap Properties of Amorphous Zinc-Indium-Tin Oxide Thin Films
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityIn Situ X-Ray Diffraction on the In2O3-SnO2 System
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityKinetic Wulff Construction for Twinned Particles
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityDistinguishing almost identical twin molecules
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityCollaboration with Public Institutions Art Conservation
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityNSF-Nanoelectronics Research Initiative
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityToward nanoscale quantum simulators
1121262Monica OlveraNorthwestern UniversityAttractive interactions between equally charged nanoparticles in monovalent salts with different ionic size
1121288Nicholas L. AbbottUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonAdding a Dimension to the Infrared Spectra of Interfaces using Heterodyne Detected 2D Sum-Frequency Generation (HD 2D SFG) Spectroscopy
1121288Nicholas L. AbbottUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonEnantiomeric Interactions between Liquid Crystals and Organized Monolayers of Tyrosine-Containing Dipeptides
1121288Nicholas L. AbbottUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonLiquid Crystal Nanodroplets, and the Balance between Bulk and Interfacial Interactions

 

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