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Nobel laureate Stanley Whittingham to present lecture May 23 in Hill Auditorium

Nobel laureate Stanley Whittingham to present lecture May 23 in Hill Auditorium

NOTE: The lecture will begin at 4:30 p.m., but due to the popularity of this event, an early arrival is advised to facilitate timely seating.

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Kotov elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Kotov elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

One of 261 new members, Kotov joins the Academy membership, which dates back to 1780 and includes world leaders across a variety of disciplines.

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Four MSE-affiliated students win NSF Fellowships

Four MSE-affiliated students win NSF Fellowships

Recent MSE graduates Dylan Edelman and Malini Mukherji, incoming Ph.D. candidate Kelotchi Figueroa Nieves, and macro student Diana Kim all received NSF Graduate Research Fellowships.

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MSE: Creating how the world works

Hovden Lab: Real-time, nanoscale view of what makes nacre so tough

Shtein Lab: Kirigami shoulder sensor could aid athletic injury recovery

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