Shane’s research paper, “Multifunctional Reactive Nanocomposites via Direct Ink Writing” was published in Advanced Materials Technologies and made available online. This work was completed in collaboration with The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory with assitance from Prof. Jennifer Lewis’ group at Harvard, and is the first demonstration of 3D printed reactive materials which produce a useful, stable product phase after reaction. Congratulations, Shane!
PreviousSuhas’s science communication article, “Strategic control of atomic-scale defects for tuning properties in metals”, was published in Nature Reviews Physics. Congratulations, Suhas!
NextJenna’s poster at the 2021 Mach Conference, titled ” Thermomechanical Processing of Dilute Mg-Zn-Ca Alloys,” won the Judge’s Award for Best Poster. Congratulations, Jenna!