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Antioxidant Biomaterial Promotes Healing

Antioxidant Biomaterial Promotes Healing

Created by Guillermo Ameer and his team, the first-ever inherently antioxidant biomaterial has the potential to prevent failure in medical devices and surgical implants.
Jul 24, 2014|Research
New Approach to Form Non-Equilibrium Structures

New Approach to Form Non-Equilibrium Structures

Researchers get closer to understanding the fundamentals of non-equilibrium, self-assembled structures, unlocking potential in a variety of fields.
Jul 23, 2014|Research
Chad Mirkin Named Faculty Fellow in Pentagon Program

Chad Mirkin Named Faculty Fellow in Pentagon Program

For the second time, Mirkin has been selected by the U.S. Department of Defense as a fellow in the department’s National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellows program.
Jul 22, 2014|Honors and Awards
PhD Students Learn the Business of Science

PhD Students Learn the Business of Science

Twenty-four McCormick PhD students are enrolled in the Management for Scientists and Engineers certificate program.
Jul 14, 2014|Graduate
Two McCormick Alumnae Named Most Powerful Women Engineers in Tech

Two McCormick Alumnae Named Most Powerful Women Engineers in Tech

Gwynne Shotwell and Carolyn Duran top Business Insider’s annual list of powerful women engineers.
Jul 11, 2014|Honors and Awards
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Reprogramming Biological Systems to Solve Big Problems


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