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Creating a New Kind of Metallic Glass

By shrinking samples of metallic glass to nanoscale size, Yale researchers have discovered they can create new materials with potentially new applications.

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Yale Engineering  Magazine is Now Online

The history of Yale's BME Department, computation linguistics, green engineering, socially assistive robots, brain-inspired chips, and much more. It's all in the latest issue of Yale Engineering.

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New therapeutic strategies for organ transplants

By combining the use of drug-carrying nanoparticles with an organ-preserving machine, Yale researchers have developed a procedure that could help improve long-term outcomes for transplant recipients.

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Enhancing Solar Power

Diatoms, a kind of algae that reproduces prodigiously, have been called “the jewels of the sea” for their ability to manipulate light. Now, researchers hope to harness that property to boost solar technology.

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Controlling Block Polymers with a $20 Magnet

Yale researchers have discovered a technique for modifying self-assembled polymers that allows their structure to be controlled precisely using small low-cost magnets.

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Faculty Spotlight
Chinedum Osuji
Associate Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering

Chinedum Osuji's interests are centered on the physics and physical chemistry of soft matter - studying and elucidating self-assembly and basic structure-property relationships of colloids, liquid crystals, polymers and biological materials. Research in the Osuji lab is focused on structure and dynamics of soft materials, such as the relationship between the microstructure of polymer melts, surfactant phases, liquid crystals and colloidal gels and their dynamics.