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DC-MUSE NEWS

All the decarbonization news from DC-MUSE partner institutions

 

NEWS

All the decarbonization news from DC-MUSE partner institutions

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Mar. 28, 2022

Dr. Elizabeth Biddinger, Deputy Director of DC-MUSE, was highlighted in AIChE's Catalysis and Reaction Engineering (CRE) Division for Women's History Month.  The highlight includes her work in green chemistry, decarbonization, and with DC-MUSE.  Congratulations, Dr. Biddinger!

DC-MUSE MEMBER, DR. YUSHAN YAN, ELECTED TO NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

Mar. 18, 2022

Dr. Yushan Yan, a member of the Electrochemical Manufacturing group at DC-MUSE, was recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering.  The DC-MUSE team congratulates Dr. Yan on this highly prestigious achievement and professional distinction.

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DC-MUSE DIRECTOR, ANDRÉ TAYLOR, FEATURED IN ACS CATALYSIS AND AICHE CRE FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Feb. 22, 2022

André Taylor, DC-MUSE director, is featured in ACS Catalysis and AIChE CRE for Black History Month.  ACS Catalysis highlights his recent research in utilizing nanoparticles to prepare new electrocatalyst systems.  AIChE CRE highlights Dr. Taylor's research in energy conversion and storage, including his interview with PBS on his team's development of low cost efficient solar cells.  Way to go, Dr. Taylor!

DC-MUSE SCIENTISTS FEATURED IN C&EN'S DISCOVERY REPORT ON DECARBONIZATION

Dec. 8, 2021

Elizabeth Biddinger and Karthish Manthiram were featured on a new report from C&EN on how chemistry can help decarbonize the economy of the future.

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DC-MUSE DIRECTOR, ANDRÉ TAYLOR, DISCUSSES BATTERIES AND ELECTRIFICATION WITH NPR

July 29, 2021

Andre Taylor, DC-MUSE director and an innovator in photovoltaics, rechargeable batteries, and space-age materials, discusses how the production of batteries complicates their role as a climate chance panacea, and his work that helps clean up their energy costs.

Nov 30, 2020

A team at New York University's Tandon School of Engineering is playing a key role in forging a collaboration involving over a dozen US universities and national laboratories aimed at sparking — literally — a fundamental change in how the US chemical industry operates.

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