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Chemistry Views
(Wiley-VCH & ChemPubSoc Europe)

ice on rotor

A Better, Lighter Deicer
NASA photo

A New Twist for Quantum Dots


Tilted Levitation Solves MagLev Problem

CV featured

Kirigami Cells Article Wins Featured Status


Cutting-Edge Chemistry
(American Chemical Society)

origami polymer

Polymers Insert Tab A into Slot B
University of Massachusetts Amherst photo


Lightweight Metal Stands Up to Heavy Loads

Cloudy, With a Chance of Microbes


Eos
(American Geophysical Union)

glide avalanche

Slow-Moving Glide Avalanches Still Pack a Punch
Glide avalanche: Colorado Avalanche Information Center


North America Does the Wave (Slowly)

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TLT October 2015Technology and Engineering

Onsite Oil Reclamation

Tribology and Lubrication Technology October 2015




Postdoc or NotCareers

To Postdoc or Not To Postdoc
Graduate and Postdoctoral Chemist December 2015





public information

Public Outreach and Communication Careers
inChemistry magazine Sept/Oct 2015

Bob Freeman, PIO, gives a tour of the atomic clock facility at the US Naval Observatory. Photo by Nancy McGuire

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