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Programming Shape - L. Mahadevan

Thin sheets are easier to bend than stretch. This simple observation leads to the constrained freedom underlying the shape shifting abilities of sheets that can accommodate globally periodic…

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Nanotechnology-Enabled Water Treatment - A Vision to Enable Decentralized Water Treatment and Address Growing Challenges of the Water Energy Nexus - Pedro Alvarez

Through control over material size, morphology and chemical structure, nanotechnology offers novel materials that are nearly “all surface” and that can be more reactive per atom than bulk…

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NNCI_REU_Convocation_Session_F_1:00pm_8/07/2017

Session F: Global Learning Center Room 222

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Characterization of cementitious materials using X-ray synchrotron radiation: What we know, what we don’t know, and what we want to know - Paulo Monteiro

For the last two decades, our research group has conducted research in various international synchrotron facilities, including ALS (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), APS (Argonne National Lab),…

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Euro-Atlantic Challenges: A Way Ahead - Philip Breedlove

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The Physics of Genes and the Promise of Personalized Medicine - Alek Aksimentiev

The twenty-first century is poised to see dramatic advances in medicine. The rapid after water and oxygen, is the most famous molecule of life known. This is not surprising, as the eye-catching…

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