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2020 Van Vlack Lecturer: M. Stanley Whittingham, recipient of 2019 Nobel Prize for Chemistry

2020 Van Vlack Lecturer: M. Stanley Whittingham, recipient of 2019 Nobel Prize for Chemistry

The official celebration of the lectureship has been rescheduled for October 8, 2021.

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Shahani guest co-editor of MRS Bulletin and featured speaker of related webinar

Shahani guest co-editor of MRS Bulletin and featured speaker of related webinar

The webinar, "Processing Metallic Materials Far From Equilibrium" will be held this Wednesday, November 25.

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Three Heron group projects receive combined $900k+ in funding

Three Heron group projects receive combined $900k+ in funding

The new funding gives a boost to the Heron group's goals of designing otherwise unstable complexes in correlated oxides, advancing transformative performance in memory and logic devices, and realizing chemically identical yet electronically distinct nanoscale thin film superlattices of materials.

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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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