The materials science field of today depends on use of modern technology. This includes electronics and spintronic devices, which harness power from electrons. To increase the devices' value, manufacturers strive to make them smaller and less energy-consuming. Compounds known as MHNCs switch between states of spinning electrons quickly. Their use helps … [Read more...] about Changing values, changing results
Being able to see several disciplines in one conference is a wonderful thing. At Arkansas IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (InBre), representatives from PAMS and BIO were there to present their work. For the biology department Several biology students presented their work. Cullen Horstman, one of Dr. Kyoungtae Kim's undergraduate students, won honorable … [Read more...] about PAMS and BIO join for common interest
As it turns out, many care about friction, but maybe not in the classroom. Christopher Robledo, an applied physics and engineering undergraduate major, had the opportunity to explore friction this summer. Through a Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI), Robledo spent 10 weeks at Argonne National Laboratory in DuPage County, Illinois. The SULI program provides … [Read more...] about Who cares about friction?
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Mayanovic! The incredible work in his lab will be featured in the 2014 issue of Mind's Eye, Missouri State University's research publication. His story was also featured throughout the month of March on Missouri State's research website. Watch him describe the significance of the Energy Frontier Research in Extreme Environments (EFree) center … [Read more...] about Mayanovic’s research featured in upcoming Mind’s Eye