Wiley editors awarded multiple professorships from leading Chinese institutes

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Top institutions recognise editors’ outstanding contributions to the fields of chemistry, materials science, physics and nanotechnology.

Stuart Parkin receives 2014 Millennium Techology Prize

Stuart Parkin (Stanford University)

Spintronics researcher wins €1 million award for his contributions to interdisciplinary materials research.

Rutgers unveils new $5.2 million microscopy suites

Rutgers University have unveiled two microscopy suites – a scanning transmission electron microscope and a helium ion microscope.

US army funds new metallurgy project

Richard Sisson, George F. Fuller Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), and postdoctoral student Danielle Belsito examine a sample of an aluminum alloy under a light microscope in WPI's materials testing laboratory. Image: Worcester Polytechnic Institute/Patrick O'Connor.

WPI is lead institution on $7.4 million army project to design better metals for vehicles.

More efficient forging – on behalf of the EU

More efficient forging – on behalf of the EU

The German-based IPH is optimizing forging together with two other research institutes and four enterprises from five European countries.

Happy 60th birthday, Prof. Grigoriy A. Mun!

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Dr Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy of the University of Reading looks back on the career to date of his friend and mentor Prof. Grigoriy A. Mun.

Todd Siler’s Nano World – Think Billionths of a Meter

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Guest writer Professor Geoff Ozin tells us about the inaugural ArtNano show which will be held at The Armory Show, Pier 94, New York, on March 6-9th.

Europewide challenge to Moore’s law begins

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New pan-european research projects aims to extend Moore’s law by reducing costs and improve the energy efficiency of electronic devices.

The week in research: February 5th 2014

A roundup of the latest materials science research from the past week.

Fraunhofer Solar Researchers Awarded the 2014 Zayed Future Energy Prize

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Prizewinners are selected based on the degree to which they achieve impact, innovation, long-term vision, and leadership in renewable energy and sustainability.