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Shahani recipient of 2021 Outstanding Accomplishment Award

Shahani recipient of 2021 Outstanding Accomplishment Award

The annual faculty award recognizes stellar performance in materials research, teaching and service to MSE.

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Paul Krajewski authors second children's book

Paul Krajewski authors second children's book

Dr. Paul Krajewski's "What's in Your Body?" explains how the elements of the periodic table are incorporated into the body.

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U-M Battery Lab to join Michigan Materials Research Institute

U-M Battery Lab to join Michigan Materials Research Institute

The move will help drive production-level research into next-gen solid-state battery technologies.

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MSE hosting exclusive screening of "Picture a Scientist" March 12

MSE hosting exclusive screening of "Picture a Scientist" March 12

An official selection of the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival, "Picture a Scientist" explores gender inequality across the sciences.

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Andani and Dhyani win 2021 Towner Prize for Outstanding PhD Research

Andani and Dhyani win 2021 Towner Prize for Outstanding PhD Research

Mohsen Taheri Andani (Misra) and Abhishek Dhyani (Tuteja) were two of six MSE-affiliated students recognized recently at CoE's Engineering Research Symposium.

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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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Discovery of 13-atom clusters could mean control in manufacturing materials far-from-equilibrium

Discovery of 13-atom clusters could mean control in manufacturing materials far-from-equilibrium

In their latest research, the Shahani group upends conventional wisdom by showing that quasicrystals grow dendritically from a solid phase precursor, not just under a liquid-to-solid transition.

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GSC Outreach adapts to virtual format

GSC Outreach adapts to virtual format

Undeterred in their mission to teach materials science to the next generation of scientists and engineers, GSC outreach teams overcome challenges to conduct lessons virtually.

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DOE renews PRISMS Center for third term with $7M

DOE renews PRISMS Center for third term with $7M

The renewed funding for PRISMS brings the total to $26M through 2023.

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Marquis receives U-M Faculty Recognition Award

Marquis receives U-M Faculty Recognition Award

Professor Emmanuelle Marquis was honored with the prestigious award at a virtual ceremony October 19.

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New advanced neuromorphic computing could reduce the energy of machine learning by 1000 times

New advanced neuromorphic computing could reduce the energy of machine learning by 1000 times

An interview with Assistant Professor Yiyang Li, MSE's newest faculty member

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$2M NSF grant gives personalized medicines project shot in the arm

$2M NSF grant gives personalized medicines project shot in the arm

A cross-disciplinary U-M research team, led by MSE Professor Max Shtein, seeks to make telemedicine better and dramatically less expensive than current in-person medicine.

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