Posts Tagged ‘nanotechnology’

Delia Milliron Named Associate Editor for Nano Letters

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Delia Milliron Named Associate Editor for Nano Letters

Delia Milliron, associate professor and fellow of the Henry Beckman Professorship, has been appointed as an associate editor for Nano Letters, an American Chemical Society (ACS) publication.

ACS began the publication of chemical research with the Journal of the American Chemical Society in 1879. Today, ACS publishes nearly 50 peer-reviewed journals with cutting-edge … Read the rest »

Truskett Named 2015 American Physical Society Fellow

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Researchers Selected for Startup Business Plan Competition

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Researchers Selected for Startup Business Plan Competition

Chemical engineering researchers Taylor Harvey and Aaron Chockla will represent The University of Texas at Austin to compete against some of the world’s top universities for more than $1 million in prizes at the 15th annual Rice Business Plan Competition at Rice University in Houston, Texas April 16-18.

Harvey and Chockla will pitch product information … Read the rest »

Improving Oil Production and Oil Spill Cleanup Using Nanotechnology

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Improving Oil Production and Oil Spill Cleanup Using Nanotechnology

Andrew Worthen, chemical engineering Ph.D. student supervised by professor Keith P. Johnston, is conducting research “all about discovering how we can steward the planet more responsibly,” something he gets closer to every day. While Andrew’s initial nanoparticle research focused on creating more efficient and eco-friendly oil extraction methods, he is now applying his findings … Read the rest »

Taking Innovation Abroad

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Taking Innovation Abroad Professor Brian Korgel is leading a new nanotechnology course in Barcelona, Spain.