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Chunsheng Wang & collaborators harness materials for innovative battery technologies

Over the last several years, increasing the energy density of batteries has been a top priority in battery technology development, congruent with increasing demands for faster mobile devices and longer-lasting
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Assistant Professor Pratyush Tiwary Named to 2019 “Future of Biochemistry” List

Tiwary uses statistical physics, theoretical chemistry and artificial intelligence to develop algorithms that simulate the behavior of molecules on the atomic level.
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Chemistry Professor Lyle Isaacs awarded 2019 Hillebrand Prize

The Chemical Society of Washington has announced that Professor Lyle Isaacs is the winner of the 2019 Hillebrand Prize Prof. Isaacs is recognized “for his excellent work in elucidating the remarkable molecula
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Chemistry Graduate Student Erika Potrero and Professor Peter Nemes research featured on the cover of Analyst

Congratulations to Chemistry Graduate Student Erika Potrero and Professor Peter Nemes whose research is featured on the cover of the February 7, 2019 issue of Analyst!
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Chemistry Professor Yuhuang Wang & Physics Collaborator Min Ouyang spin nanomaterials innovations into fabric firsts

University of Maryland researchers have created a fabric that dynamically regulates heat passing through it Despite decades of innovation in fabrics with high-tech thermal properties that keep marathon runners
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Jie Li is a 2019 Cosmos Scholars Award Recipient

Jie Li (advisor Dr. Peter Nemes) is the recipient of an award from the 2019 Cosmos Club Foundation’s Cosmos Scholar Awards Program. Li’s successful proposal is entitled “Discovering the Mechanism