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MST e-News

May 2014

  • Beverly Aikin: Creating thrilling science and engineering experiences for children through Discover E
  • From Dan's Desk
  • Advances in glass alloys point toward higher strength and ductility
  • Atomistic simulations aid quest for longer-lived nuclear fuel
  • Examining the mechanical response in cellular materials
  • Atomistic understanding of alumina strengthens predictive powers
  • Heads Up! P2 recipients recognized for environmental successes
  • Celebrating service
  • LA-UR-14-23987

March 2014

  • Tarik Saleh: How a bike junkie became a hotshot in nuclear materials science
  • A personal portrait
  • Proton radiography probes metal solidification
  • Reverse engineering nuclear waste design
  • A new class of hierarchically porous metal materials
  • MST expertise key to rebuild of Lab's largest VIM furnaces
  • Celebrating service
  • Heads Up! ADEPS Environmental Action Plan for FY14
  • LA-UR-14-22117

January 2014

  • Conradson named AAAS Fellow
  • Revealing the structure behind actinides with remarkable electronic properties
  • Celebrating service
  • Four MST researchers receive TMS Young Leaders Professional Development Awards
  • "Shape-setting" mechanics for shape memory alloy actuators
  • Laser-induced lensing aids materials evaluation for high-tech refrigerators
  • How surface impurities can alter electronic properties in quantum dots
  • MST engineer featured in workforce diversity magazine
  • Heads UP! How to help an ill or injured co-worker
  • MST reduces electricity usage
  • LA-UR-14-20545

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