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materials science

The field of science dedicated to analysis and creation of basic materials, such as ceramics, polymers and synthetic hybrids.
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About Materials Today Materials Today is a community dedicated to the creation and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience.
The University grew the materials science and engineering program very purposefully with world-class faculty, quality graduate programs, and now a robust undergraduate program," Bates said.
Computational materials science has developed as a scientific discipline powered by the revolutionary advances made in computing power.
Given that the bacterial colonies look so much like patterns we already know about from materials science, either the resemblance is fortuitous or it's telling us something valuable.
Professor emeritus of Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, Yoshimura had been visiting professor of the Department of Materials Science at NCKU since January, 2010, and was later recruited as distinguished professor in July, 2011.
About Elsevier's Materials Science journal portfolio
of Akron) and Imam, a research metallurgist and adjunct professor of materials science at George Washington U.
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The Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering (PMSE) division of the American Chemical Society will honor Omkaram Nalamasu, director of the Center for Integrated Electronics, professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemistry departments at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, with its Roy W.
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Our work is built on and contributes to the nanotechnology research leadership of the university's department of materials science and engineering.

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