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EurekAlert! | March 23, 2020
Clemson University Department of Physics and Astronomy faculty member Apparao Rao was selected as a 2020 Fellow of the Materials Research Society (MRS) for developing liquid-based scalable synthesis methods to manufacture carbon nanotubes.
Times of India | March 19, 2020
The recent years have experienced a burgeoning growth in the development of statistical and machine learning within the domains of materials science and polymer chemistry.
Nature.com| February 13, 2020
The idea that karaoke is fun and a great ice-breaker is shared by all those who have ever participated in a karaoke event. But karaoke in science — where you have a PowerPoint© slide instead of a teleprompter and music — can also be hilarious, as was shown at the recent Materials Research Society (MRS) meetings.
Michigan Tech News | January 23, 2020
The goal: Build a safe and long lived lithium battery. The challenge: Use a solid-state electrolyte and stop short circuiting from the formation and growth of lithium dendrites. In a new invited feature paper published in the Journal of Materials Research, materials engineers from Michigan Technological University weigh in on the problem.
The Science Times | January 6, 2020
The biggest game-changers for scientists in material science will be robotics and AI. Use of it will be very efficient and have advantages for solar tech and other technologies.
Lab Manager Magazine | December 24, 2019
Army scientists and researchers have been busy in 2019 discovering, innovating and transitioning science and technology solutions to modernize the force and support the Soldier of the future.
Phys.org | December 13, 2019
A study describing why and how this shape forms is detailed in the journal Science and was presented at the Materials Research Society annual meeting on December 5, 2019.
Science | December 11, 2019
Ada, an AI-driven robot, searches for new solar cell designs at the University of British Columbia.
RawlinsTimes.com | December 11, 2019
Bryant Jerome and colleague Dilpuneet Aidhy gave a presentation on nuclear materials at the Materials Research Society Fall Meeting.