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Congratulations to Maeve Budi!

Congratulations to Maeve Budi!

Congratulations to Maeve Budi for getting 3rd place in the Biomaterials Day Poster competition.

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Prospects on Multiferroic Nanocomposites

Prospects on Multiferroic Nanocomposites

Our viewpoint article on prospects for multiferroic nanocomposites is published in Scripta Materialia.

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Congratulations to Stefan Kelly!

Congratulations to Stefan Kelly!

Congratulations to Stefan Kelly for winning the Outstanding Poster Award at NanoFlorida.

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Congratulations to Stefan Kelly!

Congratulations to Stefan Kelly!

Congratulations to Stefan Kelly for passing his proposal defense today, and advancing to Ph.D. candidacy!

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Congratulations to Justin Starr!

Congratulations to Justin Starr!

Congratulations to Justin Starr for winning the IOM3 Young Persons’ World Lecture Competition at the University of Florida. He will now head to Hong Kong in October to compete in the International Competition.

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Congratulations to Stefan Kelly!

Congratulations to Stefan Kelly!

Congratulations to Stefan Kelly for winning the best poster award at Biomaterials Day.

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Congratulations to Kelsey Crannell!

Congratulations to Kelsey Crannell!

Congratulations to Kelsey Crannell for being accepted into the 2013-2014 University Scholar’s Program!

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Tri-layer multifunctional nanofibers

Tri-layer multifunctional nanofibers

Justin Starr’s paper outlining a new method to fabricate multi-layer and multifunctional nanofibers has been published in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C. This work is highlighted in their “Rising Stars, Young Nanoarchitects in Materials Science” web-themed issue.

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Welcome to Emilie Secret!

Welcome to Emilie Secret!

Welcome to Emilie Secret, who has just joined the lab as a postdoctoral researcher!

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Grand Challenge Award

Grand Challenge Award

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenge Award

We have received funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop polymer-inorganic nanocomposites for the non-invasive detection of tuberculosis.

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