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NSF's $25 Million New Funding to Accelerate Discovery in Materials Science
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The surface of bismuth selenide film shows the triangular layer structure that is characteristic of 2-D chalcogenide materials. Credit: Joan Redwing, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Penn State University MSE Supplies is a leading supplier of high quality materials and equipment for advanced materials research and manufacturing. A new Materials Innovation Platforms (MIPs) program that aims to significantly accelerate materials research and development has made its first awards, to Penn State University and Cornell University. The institutions will serve as "platforms" to develop new bulk and thin film crystalline hard materials through state-of-the-art instrumentation. They will foster an environment...
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