Hard work and dedication are paying dividends for Materials Science & Engineering graduate student Bryan James. Some of his more recent accolades include winning the 2019 Biomaterials Education Challenge and securing a prestigious National Institute of Health Ruth L. Kirschtein… Read More
Ceramics have been used for everything from wall tiles and glassware to artificial hip joints, cruise missiles and the thermal tiles for NASA’s space shuttle. It should come as no surprise, as a long list of benefits including low electrical… Read More
Growing up in 1950’s Cuba, Nils Diaz, Ph.D. had a passion for creating better ways of doing things. He was also debating between a future in engineering, like his father before him, or following the lead of much of his… Read More
Five recipients of the 2019 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships awards were UF Department of Materials Science & Engineering students. Amalie Atassi, Jacob Ewing, Jomary Mercado-Montjito, Abigail Nason and Monica Wall were awarded the fellowship, created to support… Read More
After nearly two years of preparation and a few scrubbed launches, Josephine Allen, Ph.D. has sent vascular cells into space as part of her research with NASA and CASIS, the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space. “There are… Read More
Kevin Jones, Distinguished Professor and the Frederick N. Rhines Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, received the 2019 Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award. Now in its eighth year, the honor recognizes one tenured, full professor faculty member from each of the… Read More
UF’s Department of Materials Science & Engineering student team brought the TMS 2019 Grand Prize home from San Antonio, Texas, receiving the TMS-Wadsworth-Sherby Bladesmithing Grand Prize Medal and a $2,000 cash prize in recognition of their entry “Decapigator.” The biennial… Read More
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