2020 Research Experience for Undergraduates application now open

Planned Research Theme: Advanced Molecules for Advanced Manufacturing

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At the Intersection of

Science, Engineering, and Society

Upcoming Events

February 5

Solvay Seminar

Brett Compton
(University of Tennessee)
11:15 AM, Kelly Hall 310

February 12

Solvay Seminar

Qingguo Xu
(Virginia Commonwealth University)
11:15 AM, Kelly Hall 310

February 25

Covestro Lecture

Anthony Atala
(Wake Forest University)
5:30 PM, Moss Arts Center

February 26

Solvay Seminar

Tim White
(University of Colorado Boulder)
11:15 AM, Kelly Hall 310

Our Vision

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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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Transdisciplinary, Collaborative Research

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

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Training the Next Generation

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