Congratulations to Boris Dyatkin, who was selected as one of the 9 graduate students who will give oral presentations during the EFRC PI meeting in Washington, October 26-27! Only 16 student+postdoc nominations were accepted out of the 64 total nominations from the 32 EFRCs, and no individual EFRC is represented by more than one successful […]
Read about the STAR scholars summer showcase and look for familiar faces: http://drexel.edu/now/archive/2015/August/STAR_Scholars_Showcase_2015/
Kristy’s work appeared on the cover of the Fundamentals of Wearable Computers and Augmented Reality book that contains her chapter. The book chapter with the cover is attached. View the image here.
The layered MXenes article in ACS Nano by Babak, Majid, et al. continues to make headlines. It is moving beyond blogs and into leading web portals and professional magazines! http://phys.org/news/2015-08-sandwich-atomic-layers-materials-energy.html http://www.materialstoday.com/composites/news/metal-sandwich-solution/ http://www.rdmag.com/news/2015/08/recipe-sandwiching-atomic-layers-expands-possibilities-energy-storage-materials
Dr. Babak Anasori’s outstanding science-as-art work attracted attention of editors of International Innovation. He was interviewed last month and his interview, accompanied by several of his already famous images, will appear in the next issue of the journal. An electronic copy is attached here and here.
Read Drexel press release about Babak’s “Recipe For ‘Sandwiching’ Atomic Layers Expands Possibilities For Making Materials That Store Energy” here.
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. Congratulations to Boota, Kelsey and Mohamed!
Read about Ph.D. Candidate, Boris Dyatkin’s recent award in Green Chemistry here. The article is a main feature in DrexelNOW.
Please join me in congratulating Boris Dyatkin on his prestigious $2000 Green Chemistry award from the American Chemical Society (ACS) and visibility associated with this award. Read the following article about Boris’s achievements: http://drexel.edu/now/archive/2015/July/Boris-Dyatkin/
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.