Johnson Cancer Research Center's Dr. Vikas Berry Earns NSF CAREER Award for Work Involving Graphene
Monday February 14, 2011
GROUNDBREAKER: CHEMICAL ENGINEER EARNS NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATIONCAREER AWARD FOR WORK WITH GRAPHENE QUANTUM DOTS
Research with small particles has led to a big-time award for a Kansas State University researcher.
Vikas Berry, assistant professor of chemical engineering, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award for his work involving graphene, which could lead to improved electronics and optoelectronics.
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