RCSA's Scialog program announces four Collaborative Innovation Awards resulting from the 2014 conference on improving solar conversion efficiency. More.
The 5th-annual Scialog Conference on Improving Efficiencies in Solar Conversion
News from the most recent Scialog on Solar Conversion: Steady progress is being made in developing inexpensive, earth-abundant materials to produce electricity and liquid fuels directly from sunlight. More.
The 20th-annual Cottrell Scholar Conference, “Leading Change: Engaging Your Students, Colleagues and the Public to Transform STEM Education,” held in mid-July in Tucson, AZ, continued the RCSA tradition of encouraging innovation at research universities.
Cottrell Scholar Jairo Sinova is the subject of a recently published feature story by his alma mater, Ohio University. Sinova is a condensed matter theoretician who specializes in spintronics. He is the newly appointed Alexander von Humboldt Professor at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany. Sinova is the founder of a new center in Mainz, the Spin Phenomena Interdisciplinary Center (SPICE). More
Cottrell Scholar Andrew Feig, Wayne State University, had a big hand in designing much of the educational agenda that convinced the National Institutes of Health to award a consortium of Wayne State and three other Detroit-area schools $21.2 million over five years to improve student diversity in biochemical research. MORE
October 31, 2014
Trinity professors Chris Pursell, left, and Bert Chandler
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