Former IMASC member Dr. Ana Stevanovic has been named Associate Director of the Kleberg Advanced Microscopy Center, Department of Physics & Astronomy at UTSA, a shared-core user facility. The Center features state-of-the-art electron microscopy instruments and supports research in nanotechnology, biology, chemistry planetary, and materials sciences. Dr. Stevanovic will be leading the center along with Director Kelly Nash.
The IMASC team gathered at the Rowland Institute in Cambridge, MA for the annual 2-day meeting. The team reviewed the scientific progress made throughout the year, and discussed new scientific and strategic goals for the year ahead. Members of the Scientific Advisory Committe were in attendance to serve as external reviewers, providing valuable feedback. Between scientific presentations, a massive poster session, plenty of time for informal scientific discussions, and enjoyable dinners in Kendall Square, the team left the meeting excited about our mission and ready to keep working towards... Read more about 2-Day Meeting 2019
Prof. Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos, our dear colleague, passed away in October 2019. Maria battled multiple myeloma bravely. She was a wonderful and distinguished colleague who embodied creativity and kindness. We will all miss her. A rememberance has been shared by Tufts University.
Dipna Patel, a Tufts PhD candidate and member of IMASC, has been named a finalist for one of five top-level awards offered by AVS. This selection is based on a talk Ms. Patel has submitted on her IMASC project, "Surface Reactivity of PtAg and PdAg: From Single-Atom Alloys to Supported Nanoparticles."
Not one but two IMASC members have been elected today to the National Academy of Sciences in Chemistry.
Senior Investigator Prof. Joanna Aizenberg was cited for “…being the pioneer of the budding field of bioinspired materials chemistry, applying lessons from natural systems to inventing artificial materials with unprecedented properties. She has made...