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Massive detector homes in on cosmic ray production

April 18, 2012 - IceCube, an international collaboration involving University of Delaware scientists, is shedding new light on cosmic ray production. Although cosmic rays were discovered 100 years ago, their origin remains one of the most enduring mysteries in physics.

"Wonder material" graphene, quantum mechanics, and high-performance computing pave the way for fast and low cost DNA sequencing

March 22, 2012 — Look at the tip of that old pencil in your desk drawer, and what you'll see are layers of graphite that are thousands of atoms thick. Use the pencil to draw a line on a piece of paper, and the mark you'll see on the page is made up of hundreds of one-atom layers. 

Prof. Hadjipanayis is invited speaker at the 2012 APS March Meeting

February 13, 2012 - Professor Hadjipanayis is scheduled to give an invited talk on High-Performance Permanent Magnets for Energy-Efficient Devices in the Invited Session on Magnetic Materials and Magnetism Research for Energy Applications at the upcoming 2012 APS March Meeting in Boston from February 27-March 2, 2012. 

First-principles computational modeling of molecular thermoelectrics reviewed by Prof. Nikolic and collaborators

February 3, 2012 - The upcoming special issue of the Journal of Computational Electronics, which is devoted to Simulation of Thermal, Thermoelectric, and Electrothermal Phenomena in Nanostructures, features a mini-review article by Prof. Nikolic, postdoctoral researcher Dr.

Prof. Szalewicz' paper makes the list of twenty most read articles in the December 2011 issue of the Journal of Chemical Physics

January 13, 2012 - Prof. Szalewicz has co-authored an article entitled Interaction Energies of Large Clusters from Many-body Expansion in the The Journal of Chemical along with Urszula Gora, Rafal Podeszwa, and Wojciech Cencek. It has been listed in the Top 20 Most Read for the month of December 2011.

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