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Metathesis Depolymerization of Polynorbornene towards Repurposing Wind Turbine Blade Material, Kendra Flanigan, UG '25 (E1076B70)

The escalating demand for renewable energy through the use of wind turbines has raised concerns about the end-of-life of used wind turbine blades. Currently, wind turbine blades consist of a…

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Controlled in situ Assembly of Biocompatible Polymers, Sanjana Venkatesh, UG '26 (2D0A2083)

What happens when we infuse cells and biological tissues with human-made materials? The possibilities are endless; we open up a new world for interacting with our cells, from measuring minuscule…

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Fiber Formation Based on Nonequilibrated Aqueous Two-phase Systems, Maria Luisa Parada, UG '26 (751583FB)

Liquid-liquid phase separation is a fascinating and ever-evolving phenomenon that has captured renewed attention, particularly in the fields of biology and material synthesis. Our focus has been on…

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OURSIP Intern - Maria Luisa Parada

Fiber Formation Based on Nonequilibrated Aqueous Two-phase Systems Advised by: Prof. Howard Stone, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Niki Abbasi, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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Connections between Graph Theory and Single-Chain Nanoparticle Morphologies, Sophia Colmenares, UG '24 (2277355)

Single-chain nanoparticles are intriguing materials inspired by proteins that consist of a single precursor polymer chain that has collapsed into a stable structure. In many prospective applications,…

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Exploring the Prospects and Challenges of a Novel n-Doped Organic Semiconductor, Colin Brown, UG '24 (2264872)

The use of organic semiconductors (OSCs), i.e, conductive polymers, has risen greatly over the last few decades, as scientists have taken advantage of their unique properties, including greater…

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OURSIP intern- Ariana Di Landro

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Polymer Additives Homogenize Flow in Underground Environments, Richard Huang, UG '23, (3964616)

Underground rocks and soil have microscopic pores in them able to hold groundwater. Approximately 22% of groundwater in the U.S. is contaminated, while 50% of drinking water in the U.S. is sourced…

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Local Order Metrics for Two-Phase Media Across Length Scales, Murray Skolnick, G3 (3961621)

A two-phase heterogeneous material has a microstructure that consists of two domains made up of different materials or “phases.” Such two-phase materials are abound in natural and…

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Drugs are good, but how do they go bad?, Yejoon Seo, G4 (3937727)

Many oral delivery drugs are in the amorphous state, stabilized by an amorphous polymer. Over time, these drugs tend to "flow," resulting in significant changes to the drug product that…

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Nanoparticle Delivery of Delamanid for Cost-effective Treatment of Tuberculosis, Satya K Nayagam, UG '22 (2310833)

Tuberculosis remains a major health issue in the world today with over 10 million cases a year. Delamanid (Deltyba) is a new drug for the treatment of multidrug-resistant TB that was approved in…

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Dean for Research Award for Distinguished Innovation: Honorary Lecture by Professor Robert K. Prud'homme

This session was part of Engage 2020, the new Princeton University innovation and entrepreneurship conference. During Engage 2020, Professor Robert Prud’homme delivered a lecture on his…

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ReMatch+ Intern - Richard Huang

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Modeling Elastic Turbulence in 3-D Porous Media via Simulation

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"Water Technologies by Interface Engineering: Purification and Pollution Remediation" - Seth Darling

ACEE Highlight Seminer - Seth Darling Seth Darling, of Argonne National Laboratory's Center for Nanoscale Materials, will speak on "Water Technologies by Interface Engineering:…

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