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Program Highlights

Wisconsin MRSEC Outreach Impacts 255,000 People This Year!

Education

Since 2011, the Wisconsin MRSEC has created over 40 unique research-inspired education resources. These resources are disseminated through educational kits, outreach activities, instructional videos and other online resources, all based on cutting-edge research going on in the Wisconsin MRSEC.

These resources have impacted:

(2016)

Templating Nanomaterials from Defects in Liquid Crystals

Research

Defects in liquid crystals can function as nanoscopic molds for assembling molecules

(2016)

Expanding the Palette of Useful Semiconductors

Research

Designing materials nature never intended

(2016)

Full Circle of Innovation in Instrumentation: Atomic Level Imaging

Research

A MRSEC innovation comes back home to reveal the atomic structure of new materials

(2016)

How many electrons make a nanocrystal film metallic?

Research

Understanding the transport of electrons in films of touching nanocrystals is of central importance for their

(2016)

Pulse Inverse Spin-Hall Effect in Organic Semiconductors

Research

Objective: Estimate spin-orbit coupling in in a wide variety of organic semiconductors. 

(2016)

Choreographing a Whirling Dervish

Research

How spinning electrons communicate across interfaces

 

(2016)

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