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Summer 2017 NIST Scholars

Summer Research at the Nation’s Capital The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) formed in 1901 and is one of the nation’s oldest physical science laboratories. NIST was established to identify standards and measurements in physical science for the overall … (Read More) Summer 2017 NIST Scholars

Graduate Student Twinkle Pandhi 2017 FLEX Conference Poster Awardee

Twinkle Pandhi, a graduate student in the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering received a student travel award and a second-place poster award at the 2017 FLEX Conference, the nation’s leading forum for flexible, printed, and hybrid electronics technology. … (Read More) Graduate Student Twinkle Pandhi 2017 FLEX Conference Poster Awardee

John-Paul Stroud – Bachelor of Science Alum 2017

John-Paul Stroud Bachelor of Science Alum 2017 John-Paul Stroud is originally from Portland, Oregon but moved to Nampa, Idaho in 2004. He has been living in the Treasure Valley ever since. JP attended Renaissance High School in Meridian on the advice … (Read More) John-Paul Stroud – Bachelor of Science Alum 2017

Eric Jankowski: National Science Foundation CAREER Award

Can you imagine printing a sheet of plastic that covers its own cost by converting sunlight into electricity within a few days? It’s entirely possible if printing technologies can fabricate high-efficiency organic photovoltaics (OPVs). Dr. Jankowski, assistant professor in the … (Read More) Eric Jankowski: National Science Foundation CAREER Award

Joe Croteau – Master of Science Alum 2016

Joe Croteau  Master of Science Alum 2016 Joe was born and raised in Juneau, AK, where environmental stewardship and conservation are a daily part of life. During his final year of high school, he participated in an experimental curriculum called the … (Read More) Joe Croteau – Master of Science Alum 2016