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A preview of events and activities at the 2015 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit including Plenary and award sessions and the exhibit.Read More »
The 2015 MRS Spring Meeting began with the Fred Kavli Distinguished Lectureship in Nanoscience, presented by Hongyou Fan, Sandia National Laboratories and the University of New Mexico, and several professional development sessions, including the Science Writing Workshop and Essentials of Getting your Work Published.Read More »
The 2015 Spring Meeting continued with the Innovation in Materials Characterization Talk from John M. Carpenter, Argonne National Laboratory, the Mid-Career Researcher Award talk from Seth R. Marder, Georgia Institute of Technology and Symposium X talk by Alexandra Navrotsky, University of California, Davis. In addition, attendees participated in a full slate of technical symposia and evening poster sessions.Read More »
Notable events on day 3 of the 2015 MRS Spring Meeting were the Awards Ceremony, Symposium X talk by Lionel Vayssieres, International Research Center for Renewable Energy, and the announcement of the Science as Art winners.Read More »
The 2015 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit concluded with coverage of the Plenary session with Samuel Stupp, Northwestern University, as well as Outstanding Young Investigator Award talks from Karena W. Chapman, Argonne National Laboratory and Ali Javey, University of California, Berkeley and the Women in Materials Science and Engineering Breakfast with Kate C. Farrar, American Association of University Women.Read More »
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