News at MRSEC

When bonding noble metals to 2D materials, interfaces matter

A team in 2D metal research highlighted in Penn State | News

New class of materials shows strange electron properties

Shengxi Huang research highlighted in Penn State | News

Transparency discovered in crystals with ultrahigh piezoelectricity

Long-Qing Chen research highlighted in Penn State | News

Ni's lab developed a new technology to break the reciprocity of light propagation

Xingjie Ni's research highlighted by Penn State  | News

2020 AAAS Fellows

Vin Crespi named 2020 AAAS Fellow for distinguished contributions to the theoretical understanding of nanoscale materials, including carbon nanontubes and artifical spin ice. Congrats Vin!

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Giebink awarded first place in the Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference

Chris Giebink and his Applied Optoelectronics & Photonics Lab were awarded first place and $75,000 in the Conferernce's Tech Tournament. Congrats to Chris and his team!

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IRG2 Research: 3D printed microswimming donuts

IRG2 research was highlighted by Penn State News and Nanoscirbe.

Congrats to the researcher team, including MRSEC researchers Remmi Baker, Igor Aronson and Ayusman Sen

Joshua Robinson's startup company Qorius2D

Learn more about Joshua's startup company that was highlighed in Penn State News

Lauren Zarzar - 2019 Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering

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Susan Trolier-McKinstry elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Susan Trolier-McKinstry professor of ceramic science and engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.  For development of thin film multilayer ceramic capacitors and piezoelectric microelectromechanical systems. Read the story in PENN STATE | NEWS