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Aug 15, 2019
From California to Germany, PREM Alumnus Builds a Career in Quantum Materials

Jacob Gayles once thought he would be an architect. Instead he is working on quantum materials and spintronics at the Max-Planck Institute.

Jun 13, 2019
PREM Students Participate in Synchrotron Workshop

Participants learned about synchrotron-based characterization and measurement techniques.

May 2, 2019
UTEP Students Receive NSF Fellowship

Grant covers three years of support within a five-year fellowship period.

Apr 1, 2019
NSU PREM graduate helps develop new electroplating technique

As part of the technique, tiny capsules are electroplated as they bob up and down on alternating streams of liquid inside a cage.

Nov 19, 2018
Hispanic-serving institutions partner with CHESS

PREM program helps students from Puerto Rico access Cornell’s experimental resources and expertise.

Oct 31, 2018
Faculty Positions Available at the University of New Mexico

The University's Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering is seeking innovative and collaborative researchers and educators in broad areas of chemical engineering.

Aug 14, 2018
NSF Awards New PREM Grants

Awards will help fund eight partnerships between minority-serving institutions and leading research facilities.

Jun 22, 2018
NSF Research Fellow Graduates from Princeton with High Honors

Electrical Engineering Student Hans Hanley focused his research on cybersecurity.

Apr 18, 2018
PREM "Path-to-Professorship" Fellow Discusses Challenging but Gratifying Transition into Academia

Hampton University fellowship program, funded by NSF's Department of Materials Research, helps promote diversity in material science research.

Mar 14, 2018
Tracing the Origins of Pi

It was believed that mathematician William Jones chose pi either because it is the first letter of the word for periphery or because it is the first letter of the word for perimeter, or both.

Mar 14, 2018
Mixing Science and Marketing

Scientists need to market themselves to get grants and jobs, according to a recent article in Nature.

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