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geological engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Geophysics, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Missouri S&T, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Louisiana Scholar Named Chair of Geosciences, Geological and Petroleum Engineering at Missouri S&T

Dr. David Borrok, a professor of geosciences and director of the School of Geosciences at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, has been named chair of geosciences and geological and petroleum engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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Documentary Film, Rocket, Rocket Scientists, Aerodynamics

History of Sandia Labs Rocketry Told in Award-Winning Film, ‘It Really Is Rocket Science!’

Sandia National Laboratories tells the history of rocket testing and aerospace work at the labs through a new documentary, "It Really Is Rocket Science!"

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Transistor, Nanotechnology, spintronic, electrical and computer engineering, Computing, Graphene

Engineer Unveils New Spin on Future of Transistors with Novel Design

A researcher with the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas has designed a novel computing system made solely from carbon that might one day replace the silicon transistors that power today’s electronic devices.

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Basic Energy Sciences, Basic Energy Research, Chemistry of Materials, chemical imaging, Imaging, Battery, Batteries, lithium-sulfur batteries, lithium-sulfur, solid-electrolyte interphase, Electrolyte, Electrolytes, Emsl, Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, XPS, Materials Science, material sciences, materials scien

Seeing the Forest and the Trees to Find Parasitic Reactions That Lead to Battery Failures

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Detailed view of the atomic scale and mesoscale changes in a troubling layer offers insights for a better battery

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Quantum Dots, Short wave infrared, SWIR quantum dots, Brain Cancer, Brain Cancer Research, Glioma, Stroke, Metabolism, Cholesterol, cholesterol absorption, tumor hypoxia, Tumor Biology

Advanced quantum dots shed bright light on biological processes

Precise fluorescent imaging at the molecular level has not been possible because of non-specific fluorescence by surrounding tissues. Now researchers have resolved many of these problems by using SWIR quantum dots in live mice to image working organs, take metabolic measurements, and track microvascular blood flow in normal brain and brain tumors

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Bioengineering, Online Journal, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Biomedical, Bioengineering Today

Announcement: A New Publication from the American Institute of Physics -- Bioengineering Today

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) and AIP Publishing are pleased to announce the launch of a new online magazine, Bioengineering Today. Bioengineering Today offers news and information about the intersection of biology, chemistry and physics with medicine. The articles cover everything from biomedical discoveries, research, new devices, new imaging technologies, engineering and applications of physics to bioengineering as well as disease detection, prevention and treatment.

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MARS, mars rover, University Rover Challenge, Mars Society, Engineering, Engineering design, student design, MO

Missouri S&T Team Wins International Mars Rover Competition

A team of students from Missouri University of Science and Technology has won the University Rover Challenge, an international design competition where teams showcase potential next-generation Mars rovers.

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Asphalt, tack coat, South Dakota Department of Transportation, Mountain Plains Consortium , Transportation Engineering

Developing Guidelines for Asphalt Bonding Agents

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The durability of an asphalt road depends on the bonding of the layers—that’s why research on tack coat selection and application will help make highways in the Midwest last longer.

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Wayne State University, National Science Foundation, Monte Carlo Simulation, Materials

Wayne State Professors Receive $500k From NSF to Enhance Computational Research

A team of researchers from Wayne State University’s College of Engineering recently received nearly $500,000 from the National Science Foundation for its research project, SSE: Development of a High-Performance Parallel Gibbs Ensemble Monte Carlo Simulation Engine.

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Northwestern University, Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists, Honors and Awards

Two Scientists Recognized as Exceptional Young Researchers

Northwestern University faculty members William Dichtel and Mark Hersam have been named finalists for the 2017 Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists. They are among 30 scientists and engineers being recognized nationally this year.







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