Qing and Zhen’s recent publication in Advanced Functional Materials is receiving a lot of well-deserved attention!
In addition to the articles on the U.S. Army and TAMU Engineering sites, the research was recently featured in an article on Futurity, titled “Reversible ‘stitches’ give self-healing polymers new powers”.
Additionally, the accompanying YouTube video (see article or previous post) received over 6,000 views! Congratulations to all involved.
Qing and Zhen’s research was recently featured on the U.S. Army website! The news article, titled “Army researchers explore self-healing materials”, discusses their recent publication in Advanced Functional Materials.
This research was also recently featured on the Texas A&M engineering news website.
The research of Ph.D. students Qing Zhou and Zhen Sang was featured on the Texas A&M Engineering news website! The news article, titled “Versatile new material family could build realistic prosthetics, futuristic Army platforms”, discusses their recent publication in Advanced Functional Materials.
Read the news article here.
Congratulations to both Parvin Karimineghlani, Ph.D. and Yashaswini Karanth, M.S. for their successful defenses and graduations. We wish them all the best in future endeavors!
Parvin Karimineghlani’s research has been published in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. The article, titled “Solvation and diffusion of poly(vinyl alcohol) chains in a hydrated inorganic ionic liquid“, is now available to read online. Congratulations, Parvin!