Some members of the Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland recently explored the science behind sustainable energy with engineering staff and students at The Ohio State University. Girl Scouts attending “Scoping Out Solar Energy” at Ohio State’s Institute for Materials Research (IMR) Nanotech West Lab and Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis (CEMAS) took part in discussions and hands-on …
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and The Ohio State University’s Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis (CEMAS) have established a long-term research collaboration platform for advanced materials characterization. The Air Force Research Laboratory’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate (AFRL/RX) develops materials, processes, and advanced manufacturing technologies for aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, rockets, and ground-based systems and their structural, electronic and …
Two of IMR’s Members of Technical Staff – Mark Brenner and Denis Pelekhov – were recently recognized for their commitment to supporting researchers, mentoring students, and ensuring safety in their respective research facilities.
IMR staff hosts high school students from COSI Academy, an exploration program for high school students interested in STEM and STEM related careers.
Katrina Cornish’s group develops sustainable alternatives to synthetic rubber using egg shells and tomato peels mixed with guayule and Buckeye Gold dandelion.
Features include two student design challenges IMR has coordinated, two new Global Partnership Grants supporting OSU-India partnerships, advances in energy research that began at our SEAL facility, and four people helping IMR expand our programs and impact in materials research.
IMR recently hosted a materials workshop with researchers from Tyndall National Institute. Participants discussed opportunities for future research and development collaborations through IMR and its Materials and Manufacturing for Sustainability program.
IMR-led NSF Major Research Instrumentation proposal totaling over $1 million has been awarded to a multidisciplinary team of Ohio State researchers, with Prof. Fengyuan Yang as the Principal Investigator.
The digital theater is an electron microscopy training feature unique to CEMAS and the cornerstone of the facility’s commitment to providing full-service microscopy services to business and academia.
Congratulations to the five research teams awarded IMR Facility Grants totaling $10,000 in this last round of competitive funding!