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The University of Minnesota MRSEC enables important areas of future technology, ranging from biomedicine, separations, and plastic electronics to security, renewable energy, and information technology. The UMN MRSEC manages an extensive program in education and career development. Center research activities are integrated with educational programs, providing interdisciplinary training of students and postdocs. Read More
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Xiang Cheng

Xiang Cheng (Seed) receives 2015 Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering  Read More


David Flannigan

Flannigan named 2015 Beckman Young Investigator  Read More

Intramolecular Exciton Transport in Conjugated Polymers

IRG2 Highlight: Intramolecular Exciton Transport in Conjugated Polymers  Read More


Facile Oxygen Vacancy Doping of the High Room Temperature Mobility Oxide Semiconductor BaSnO3

IRG1 Highlight: Facile Oxygen Vacancy Doping of the High Room Temperature Mobility Oxide Semiconductor BaSnO3  Read More

IRG-1: Emergent reduced dimensionality by vertex frustration in artificial spin ice, Nature Physics, 2015

IRG-3: pH- and Ionic-Strength- Induced Contraction of Polybasic Micelles in Buffered Aqueous Solutions, Macromolecules, 2015, 48 (8), pp 2677-2685
Energy and U
January 6-8 & 11-15, 2016
May 6-8 & 16-20, 2016

Smith 100
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Physics Circus
January 11-15, 2016

http://www.physics.umn.edu/
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