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News & Announcements

March 2016

The MRL is delighted to announce that Professor Susanne Stemmer (IRG-2 co-leader) has been selected as a National Security Science and Engineering Fellow. The...

Please join me in congratulating Anastasia Patterson (Segalman group) and Neil Dolinski (IRG-1) for their respective poster awards at the APS and ACS Spring Meetings respectively, held last week.
 
Anastasia won 3rd place in the 2016...

The MRL is delighted to announce that IRG-3 graduate student Jason Douglas has been awarded a prestigious National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Associateship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology...

We are delighted to announce that Maxwell Robb, a former Hawker Group graduate student, is the recipient of the 2016 Henkel Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Polymer Chemistry. The award will be made at a special symposium in honor of Max at the ACS...

February 2016

We are truly delighted to hear the news that MRL member and IRG-2 co-leader Chris Van de Walle has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. His citation reads: "For contributions to the theory of semiconductor interfaces and its...

January 2016

The MRL is delighted to report that graduate students Mandi Buffon and Megan Butala won two of the 54 poster prizes awarded at the recent [December 2015] Pacifichem Conference, held in Honolulu HI. Congratulations to Mandi and Megan, particularly in light of the...

The online magazine ImpactMania featured an article on the the DOW/MRL organization Graduate Students for Diversity in Science (GSDS):

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December 2015

The MRL is proud to congratulate Co-Director Craig Hawker and Professor Galen Stucky on being elected to the National Academy of Inventors in 2015.  You can read more about the award...

Congratulations to all our undergraduates who traveled to professional meetings this fall! A total of 17 students from the CAMP, RISE and CISEI programs attended and presented...

The MRL will be hosting the Ed Kramer Memorial Conference in early 2016 in honor of his longtime support for the MRL and his mentorship of faculty and students. Close colleagues and friends will gather to relate how Ed’s influence shaped research in the broad field of polymeric materials -...

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