Our work on “Graphene-containing flowable electrodes for capacitive energy storage” by M. Boota, K.B. Hatzell, M. Alhabeb, E.C. Kumbur, Y. Gogotsi has been featured in Materials Today.
The Drexel Nanomaterials Group has received a $126,900 grant with Israeli partners, BSF – U.S. Israel Binational Science Foundation, to foster international research, collaboration, and travel between Drexel and BSF.
If you are a member of MRS, you can vote to support Prof. Yury Gogotsi as a candidate for the MRS Board of Directors. See his bio at: http://www.mrs.org/elections-2015-gogotsi/.
Congratulations to PhD Candidate, Boris Dyatkin, who won a National Research Council (NRC) Post-doctoral Fellowship and accepted a NRC post-doc position at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC!
Prof. Yury Gogotsi has been awarded the prestigious Lee Hsun Lecture Award on Materials Science by the Selection Committee of Lee Hsun Lecture Series, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IMR CAS). Congratulations!
Three Nanomaterials Group doctoral graduates take top Drexel University Commencement awards. Read more here: http://www.drexel.edu/materials/news-events/archive/2015/June/2015-Commencement-Awards/