Vikas recently attended the ACS Spring meeting held in San Francisco and gave 1 oral and two poster presentations.
As part of the Science Outside the Laboratory Program, Jann will have an all expense paid trip to Washington, DC to meet with lawmakers and other people of influence regarding nanotechnology policy and legislation.
Professor Dravid discusses thermoelectric materials and other energy policies with young Colorado School of Mines faculty, Eric Toberer.
Vikas' image of a magnetic nanoflower was displayed as one of the cool and exciting images at the 2017 ABRF Annual Meeting in San Diego.
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