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Amber Hubbard & Anurodh Tripath Win First-Place Research Awards

Graduate students Amber Hubbard and Anurodh Tripathi won first-place awards at The Annual Triangle Student Research Competition on October 5, 2016. The Competition was hosted by the Triangle student chapters of the Materials Research Society and Electrochemical Society.

Amber (advised by Professors Michael Dickey and Jan Genzer) won 1st place  in the category of “Characterization of Materials” for her poster titled “Self-folding Polymers: Mimicking Natural Materials.”

Anurodh (advised by Professors Saad Khan and Orlando Rojas) won 1st place in the category of “Methods for Making New Materials” for his poster titled “Ultralight, reusable biopolymer aerogels: Formation mechanisms to applications in selective fluid sorption and oil-spill remediation.”

Congratulations to Amber and Anurodh (and your advisors) on receiving the awards!