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A Need for Speed

Thu, 10/25/2018 - 2:01pm -- yountj
Suchi Guha
Ping Yu

In applying for the NSF award, MU physics professors Suchi Guha (top) and Ping Yu said the transdisciplinary breadth of available expertise is unmatched in the region, “empowering STEM students to obtain a competitive edge by hands-on experiences, and preparing them for employment in nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science and engineering, and semiconductor-based academic research or industry.”

A University of Missouri team of researchers has been awarded a Major Research Instrumentation award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) that will allow the team to purchase an ultrafast amplified laser system that will facilitate research in condensed-matter physics, material science and engineering, chemistry, chemical engineering, biology, bioengineering, and medicine.

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