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The virtual exhibit featured four days to chat with exhibitors and explore innovative products and services that could accelerate your research.
This performance showcased incredible magic, mentalism and mind-blowing feats of skill.
In this presentation, we learned of the rich history of materials science from comic books, movies and science fiction, and discussed the newest scientific breakthroughs in research that make materials stronger, lighter, smarter.
Take a break to move mindfully! Grab a seat and relax your shoulders! This is a class of simple yoga postures you can do in your chair. Every BODY welcome.
In this talk, materials scientist and science writer Ainissa Ramirez discussed how simple materials and everyday inventions had a hand in shaping language, politics and even our bodies.
Engage with MRS Volunteers to learn more about the Society’s programs, volunteer opportunities and pathways to leadership. This session was facilitated with questions submitted in advance or live during the session.
Paul Alivisatos, University of California, Berkeley, presented Recent Advances in the Study of Colloidal Nanocrystals Enabled by In Situ Liquid Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy.
A discussion of the past, present, and future activities of the Awards Nomination Special Interest Group and how you can get involved and make a difference!
Nick Rowe, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, presented Tropical Rain-Forest Plants: A Source of Bio-Inspired New Materials, New Technologies and New Concepts.
APL Materials brings you a chance to take a break and move mindfully! Grab a seat and relax your shoulders! This is a class of simple yoga postures you can do in your chair. Every BODY welcome.
Yi Cui, Stanford University, presented Nanotechnology for Sustainability.
The winners of the Best Poster Award were announced.
The winners of the Science as Art competition were announced.
Iuliana P. Radu, imec, presented How New and old Materials Research and Know-How Extend the Increase in Computation Power.