A team that includes MSE researchers discovered a new route to forming complex crystals.
Kannan M. Krishnan published his paper "Configurable Artificial Spin Ice with Site-Specific Local Magnetic Fields" in Physical Review Letters.
The Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials has announced a Special Issue Festschrift for Professor Kannan Krishnan entitled “Mesoscopic magnetic materials and their application in information technology & biomedicine.”
Assistant professor Eleftheria Roumeli and research assistant professor Shuai Zhang have been awarded UW’s Royal Research Award (RRF).
MSE welcomes Sean Krewson to the department. As lab technician, Sean manages the MSE machine shop and composite lab.
The annual Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list from Clarivate includes several MSE faculty: Guozhong Cao, Alex K. Y. Jen, Jun Liu, Yang-Kook Sun, and Xiaodong Xu.
MSE's Luscombe and Roumeli have been awarded 2020 JCDREAM Seed Grants for projects covering earth-abundant materials science.
A research team led by MSE's Miqin Zhang has created a nanoparticle-based drug delivery system that can ferry a potent anti-cancer drug through the bloodstream safely.
MSE research assistant professor Shuai Zhang was recognized for his submission to the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) Image Contest 2020.
In a paper published in Nature Physics, MSE researchers report that carefully constructed stacks of graphene can exhibit highly correlated electron properties.
Xiaodong Xu has won two prestigious honors from the American Physical Society and the Optical Society.
Professor Christine Luscombe has been named interim chair of the Materials Science and Engineering Department.
MSE's Ting Cao brings computational science to the virtual classroom during COVID-19.
Affiliate professor James De Yoreo has been named a 2020 “Distinguished Scientist Fellow” by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science
MSE professor Christine Luscombe has been elected a member of the Washington State Academy of Sciences for her scientific and technical achievements.
MSE's Matthew Yankowitz has received the Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award from the Army Research Office. The award will support Matt’s research developing new experimental techniques to control the properties of van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures using high pressure.
MSE researchers have demonstrated solid-state laser refrigeration of nanoscale sensors.
Grad student Samantha Phan, a researcher with Professor Christine Luscombe's group, was named to the 2020 Husky 100.
MSE's outstanding labs manager, Tatyana Galenko, was recognized with a 2020 FACET Award.
MSE student's start up wins a prize in the Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge.
The abundance of tiny microplastic contaminants in Pacific oysters is much lower than previously thought.
An innovative device in development by MSE researchers will use UV and IR light to help minimize the spread of disease by disinfecting common surfaces.
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