Highlights

2016

IRG1: Revealing Hidden Phases in Materials       

IRG1:  Robust, Easy-to-Use Atomic Force Microscopy in Vacuum                                                            

IRG2: Electrocatalytic Surfaces Using Bulk Metallic Glass Nanostructures     

IRG2: Cooling Speed Affects Ductility of Metallic Glasses       

Seed 1: Nucleation and Growth Are NOT Independent

Seed 2: Helping Superconducting Qubits “Remember”

Education and Outreach: Inspiring New Haven Students Through the Years

Education and Outreach: Resources for STEM Professionals

National Laboratory Collaboration: Shining Light on Ferroelectric Devices at Argonne National Laboratory

Facilities: MRSEC inspired CT State Colleges and Universities Center for Nanotechnology

Workshop: 66th New England Complex Fluids Workshop

2015

 

IRG1: “Seeing” through a wall by quantum tunneling

IRG2: Sacrificial Nanoimprint Lithography of Bulk Metallic Glasses

IRG2:  Nanoscale Imprinting into Bulk Metallic Glasses

Seed: “Seeing” the Crystallization of Metallic Glasses at the Nanoscale

Seed: Using Light to “See” Sound in Solids

National Labs: Yale-BNL Symposium on Materials and Catalysis

Industry: Developing Ferroelectric DRAM Into a Commercial Product

2014

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