Eminent Caltech polymer scientist to discuss 'mega-supramolecules,' polymer end groups
Lectures by Dr. Julie Kornfield will focus on how "mega-supramolecules" can lead to cleaner and safer fuels, and new phenomena and physical properties made possible through controlling interactions between polymer end groups.
Rajgarhia awarded 2015 Eastman Chemical Student Award in Applied Polymer Science
Stuti Rajgarhia, a Ph.D. student in Department of Polymer Engineering, won the award administered by Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering (PMSE) Division of American Chemical Society (ACS). It is given to graduate students, either currently in graduate school or not more than one year beyond graduation. Up to six finalists are invited to present their research papers at the ACS fall meeting based on the scientific merit of the submitted papers.
NSF grant enables professor to engineer noses, jaws and ears
Matthew Becker anticipates that his research will result in technology that will one day improve lives for those with traumatic injuries.
Air Force awards grant to polymer engineer
The United States Air Force, Office of Scientific Research has just awarded $819,543 to Dr. Xiong Gong for his research titled “Solution-Processed Infrared Polymer Photodetectors.”
Mussels inspire development of waterproof adhesives
National Science Foundation grant supports UA researchers efforts to develop a synthetic mimic of mussel adhesives using soybean oil — a renewable resource.
October 16, 2015:
Alumni Day and Elastomer Symposium 2015
June 19, 2016:
12th National Graduate Research Polymer Conference