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An n-type pyromellitic diimide polymer composite with in situ microstructure growth of the common element compound SnCl2 reaches the highest purely n-type polymer composite power factor yet reported.

Enhancing Polymer Thermoelectric Efficiency

May 29, 2015

Johns Hopkins University engineers have demonstrated a record increase in efficiency for an n-type polymer semiconductor through the combination of a new polymer electron-transporting semiconductor and a solid additive.

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Q&A with the Class of 2015

May 13, 2015

A Q&A with a few members of the class of 2015 for their perspective on their time in Materials Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

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Professors Hai-Quan Mao, Howard Katz, Timothy Weihs, and James Spicer

Materials Science Researchers Receive Grants, Funding in Q1 2015

April 14, 2015

Please join us in congratulating Professors Hai-Quan Mao, Howard Katz, James Spicer, and Timothy Weihs on their recent grants. The funding will continue to enable them to address a wide range of problems in materials applications, particularly in the areas of health, energy, and national defense.

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A New Breed of Catalysts

December 23, 2014

Under a $1 million National Science Foundation grant, Timothy Mueller and Chao Wang are teaming up in search of a new breed of catalysts.

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