Evgeny Tsymbal, professor of physics, was awarded one of NU’s most prestigious awards - the Outstanding Research and Creativity Award, which recognizes faculty who have demonstrated meritorious and sustained records of excellence and creativity in teaching. (4/10/19)
The award will help Michael Sealy continue his research on additive manufacturing techniques. He hopes to create lighter and stronger materials to be used to create dissolvable medical implants - which would speed patient recovery times and prevent the need for surgical removal. (4/9/19)
Xiao Cheng Zeng was named a 2019 Materials Research Society Fellow, honoring him for his work on low-dimensional ice and clathrate gas hydrates, structures of ligand-covered gold clusters, catalysis with surface-supported gold and metal clusters, and computational design of low-dimensional materials. (4/1/19)
Ruiguo Yang and Jung Yul Lim’s research team has received a three-year, $439,584 grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate how linked individual cells communicate with each other and respond to physical changes in their shared environment, which could have implications to everyday medicine and other medical applications. (2/4/19)
NU Regents and other university officials toured some of the research facilities in the Voelte-Keegan Nanoscience Research Center on January 24. (1/25/19)
UNL continues to make waves in the area of nanoscience. With your support, the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience will be positioned to continue its reputation for research and education. Please consider giving to the NCMN Research and Education Fund.