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Welcome to the Macromolecules Innovation Institute!

A university-wide research and education institute dedicated to fostering an interdisciplinary understanding of the macromolecular sciences and technologies.

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The Macromolecules Innovation Institute logo has the letters M I I in a maroon color, and a tagline that reads discovery at the nexus of minds and molecules.

Solvay Seminar Series

Technical Seminar

Prof. Guihua Yu (University of Texas at Austin)

January 27, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Prof. Susannah Scott (University of California, Santa Barbara)

February 3, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Tanja Weil (MPI Polymers, Germany)

February 17, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Prof. Leila Deravi (Northeastern University)

February 24, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Prof. Mesfin Tsige (University of Akron)

March 24, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Emiliano Bedini (University of Naples, Italy)

March 31, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Seth Cohen (University of California, San Diego)

April 21, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

Technical Seminar

Maurizio Porfiri (New York University)

April 28, 11:15 AM
Virtual on Zoom

   

Solvay Specialty Polymers Logo

MII appreciates the support of Solvay Specialty Polymers for making the Solvay Seminar Series possible.

Our Vision

Danny Rau wears yellow safety glasses and blue gloves while peering into the DREAMS machine, a multi tool additive manufacturing custom built machine.

Model Research Institute

Molecules to Manufacturing Paradigm

Our faculty and students transcend traditional boundaries with use-inspired basic research, from molecules to advanced manufacturing.

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Research

Interdisciplinary, Collaborative Research

Solving grand challenges on the global scale demand teamed discovery and innovation.

Tim Long watches as Emily Wilts works in the lab with a syringe in her hand.

Learning

Training the Next Generation

Future research leaders are trained in an interdisciplinary fashion with industrial partnerships, co-advising, and shared facilities.