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Seeing Without Looking

Engineers have developed a chip-scale device that can sense the presence of an object without interacting with it.

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Improving Medical Technology

A new interdisciplinary Yale center aims to spur medical device innovation.

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Building "Hot" Solar Cells

Yale engineer plans to develop dual-junction solar cells that can operate efficiently at extreme temperatures.

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Yale professor Makes
the Case for Supercool Metals

Jan Schroers has developed some unique uses for metallic glasses, a particularly tough metallic alloy that can be molded into useful products like cell phone cases.

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Saltzman elected to prestigious Institute of Medicine

IOM recognizes excellence and professional achievement and is one of the highest honors in the fields of medicine and health.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

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.