Zeng & Sinitskii
Zeng & Sinitskii Publish on 2-D Materials

Studies led by Xiao Cheng Zeng and Alexander Sinitskii have demonstrated that a compound called titanium trisulfide could surge toward the fore of two-dimensional materials that are gaining popularity for microelectronics. (6/23/15)

Angela Pannier
Pannier to Speak at Congressional Briefing

Angela Pannier, associate professor in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering, will discuss vaccine development during the SCIENCE 2034 Live Congressional briefings on June 24. (6/23/15)

Mathias Schubert
Schubert Awarded Honorary Doctorate

Mathias Schubert, professor of electrical and computer engineering, was awarded the title of honorary doctorate in technology by Linkoping University in Sweden. (6/19/15)

Linxia Gu
Gu Leads Study Examining Blast Waves

Linxia Gu, associate professor of mechanical and materials engineering, is the lead author of a study examining how improvised explosive devices impact blood vessel networks and can lead to traumatic brain injury. (6/9/15)

Alexander Sinitskii
Sinitskii Earns CAREER Award

Alexander Sinitskii, assistant professor of chemistry, has earned a CAREER award from NSF to investigate graphene’s properties. He will also develop new nanoscience courses and conduct outreach activities for students. (6/8/15)

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