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Sudoc named Startup to Watch by Chemical & Engineering News

Company co-founded by Carnegie Mellon chemists develops environmentally safe methods for removing toxins and pollutants

30-Nov-2021

Sudoc, a startup co-founded by Carnegie Mellon University chemists Terrence J. Collins and Ryan C. Sullivan, has been named one of 10 Startups to watch by Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN). Sudoc is developing and commercializing TAML catalysts, a bioinspired environmentally friendly molecule ...

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Semi-liquid metal anode for next-generation batteries

New anode could help create a safer high energy lithium metal battery

17-Jun-2019

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Mellon College of Science and College of Engineering have developed a semiliquid lithium metal-based anode that represents a new paradigm in battery design. Lithium batteries made using this new electrode type could have a higher capacity and be much ...

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Causes for defects in 3D printing

Paving way for better results

26-Feb-2019

Additive manufacturing's promise to revolutionize industry is constrained by a widespread problem: tiny gas pockets in the final product, which can lead to cracks and other failures. New research led by teams from Carnegie Mellon University and the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne ...

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Figuring out the 3-D shape of molecules with a push of a button

21-Jun-2017

An international team of researchers led by Carnegie Mellon University chemist Roberto R. Gil and Universidade Federal de Pernambuco chemist Armando Navarro-Vázquez has developed a program that automates the process of figuring out a molecule's three-dimensional structure. The technique ...

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Surgery on nanoparticles

13-Jun-2017

A team of chemists led by Carnegie Mellon University's Rongchao Jin has for the first time conducted site-specific surgery on a nanoparticle. The procedure, which allows for the precise tailoring of nanoparticles, stands to advance the field of nanochemistry. The surgical technique developed by ...

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'Thubber,' a stretchable rubber that packs a thermal conductive punch

15-Feb-2017

Carmel Majidi and Jonathan Malen of Carnegie Mellon University have developed a thermally conductive rubber material that represents a breakthrough for creating soft, stretchable machines and electronics. The new material, nicknamed "thubber," is an electrically insulating composite that exhibits ...

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Researchers design solids that control heat with spinning superatoms

08-Sep-2016

Researchers found that the thermal conductivity of superatom crystals is directly related to the rotational disorder within those structures. Carnegie Mellon University's Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Jonathan A. Malen was a corresponding author of the paper titled "Orientational ...

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Carnegie Mellon chemists characterize 3-D macroporous hydrogels

Methods will allow researchers to develop new 'smart' materials

03-Jul-2015

Carnegie Mellon University chemists have developed two novel methods to characterize 3-dimensional macroporous hydrogels -- materials that hold great promise for developing "smart" responsive materials that can be used for catalysts, chemical detectors, tissue engineering scaffolds and absorbents ...

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Carnegie Mellon's Krzysztof Matyjaszewski wins Dreyfus Prize

06-May-2015

Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, the J.C. Warner University Professor of Natural Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, has won the 2015 Dreyfus Prize in the Chemical Sciences.The international prize awarded by the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation is given every two years to recognize ...

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New transitory form of silica observed

24-Mar-2015

A Carnegie-led team was able to discover five new forms of silica under extreme pressures at room temperature. Their findings are published by Nature Communications.Silicon dioxide, commonly called silica, is one of the most-abundant natural compounds and a major component of the Earth's crust ...

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