A research collaboration between Karen Winey's lab at Penn and Ben Wiley's lab at Duke has resulted in a new computer model that will facilitate the design of nanowire-based touchscreens. Click here to read the news article.
Scientists across North Carolina will now be able to probe the mysteries of very tiny particles, polymers, and surfaces for applications ranging from biomedicine to polymer science.
Thanks to an $850,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), a consortium of universities – Duke, North Carolina State and University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill – has created the Triangle Small Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS) facility at Duke.
Dr. Orlin Velev has been selected as the 2013 Distinguished Speaker by the North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society. This award is the NC Section’s highest honor and is presented to an individual who has made significant contributions to the chemical sciences and to the NC Section. Orlin will deliver the Distinguished Speaker Lecture at the 127th NC ACS Sectional Conference this fall.