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We welcome Dr. Seyong Kim as a postdoctoral researcher, Mark Staub and Yongwei Zheng as PhD students, and Xiting Liu as an MS student to the group. Welcome!

Chris is the recipient of the inaugural Provost Award for Outstanding Mid-Career Scholarly Productivity. He has also recently received the College of Engineering’s 2016 Outstanding Research Award for Professor. Congrats!

Chris is the recipient of the inaugural Provost  Award for Outstanding Mid-Career Scholarly Productivity. He has also recently received the College of Engineering’s 2016 Outstanding Research Award for Professor. Congrats!

 

http://drexel.edu/materials/news-events/archive/2016/June/2016-Univ-Faculty-Awards/

 

http://drexel.edu/materials/news-events/archive/2016/April/2016-CoE-Awards/

 

 

 

 

Ziyin is the recipient of the College of Engineering’s 2016 Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award, he is going to Northwestern University to pursue his PhD. Congratulations and good luck!

Ziyin  is the recipient of the College of Engineering’s 2016 Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award, he is going to Northwestern University to pursue his PhD. Congratulations and good luck!

Ziyin Huang

 

http://drexel.edu/materials/news-events/archive/2016/April/2016-CoE-Awards/

Sarah won the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)…… AND the National Defense Science and Engineering (NDSEG) fellowship! Congrats!!

Read about Tian’s recent publication in Nature Commun. on how to make better polymer brushes.

Read about Tian’s recent publication in Nature Commun. on how to make better polymer brushes.  News release:Drexel; TriangleNanotechnology News;  EurekAlert AAAS; etc.

Read about Wenda’s wonderful “Crytalsome” in Nature Comm.

Read about Wenda’s wonderful “Crytalsome” in Nature Comm.

 

A Drexel University materials scientist has discovered a way to grow a crystal ball in a lab. Not the kind that soothsayers use to predict the future, but a microscopic version that could be used to encapsulate medication in a way that would allow it to deliver its curative payload more effectively inside the body. – See more at:

 

News release:

NSF,    NSF Science 360;   Science daily;  Phys.org;     Drexel;   Drexel COE;  Drexel MSE;    Kurzweilai;  Med gadget;   CE mag;  Bio tech weekly;   etc.

 

Learn about Qiwei’s fantastic solid polymer electrolytes for lithium batteries.

Hybrid solid polymer electrolytes for lithium batteries.

Frida received Hill Fellowship. Congratulations!

We welcome Janette Danella, Jared Ely, Emma Foley, and Emily Krantz to our group. They will conduct their senior design on “Polymer Structure Control in 3D Printing”.

Sarah Gleeson joined our group as a PhD student, welcome!