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February 3, 2015Research for lifelong learning, not just a line on his CV
‘He’s a star,’ professor says of Peoria medical student
December 18, 2014New chancellor: excited, honored, humbled by UIC opportunity
For public research universities, ‘future is bright, best days are ahead’
December 18, 2014South Carolina educator named new UIC chancellor
Engineering researcher, administrator at SC flagship campus
November 25, 2014Fascinated by science on a very small scale
Engineering researcher studies ‘small jets, tiny droplets and thin films’
September 22, 2014Graphene flaws key to creating hypersensitive ‘electronic nose’
Crystal grain boundaries attract and detect gas molecules
September 4, 2014Magnetic nanocubes self-assemble into helical superstructures
Spiral crystals develop ‘handedness’ that does not come from nanoparticle building blocks
July 16, 2013Improving performance of nanotransistor technology
How do you guarantee ultra-small electronic circuits will perform reliably?
February 19, 2013Celebrating UIC Researchers of the Year
UIC honors 12 outstanding researchers, innovators and inventors.
February 19, 2013Lessons in nanotechnology from nature
Many lives are lost to cancer. If Seungpyo Hong can save even one, he will consider his work a success.
June 21, 2012UIC Chemist Explores Nanotechnology in Search of Cheaper Solar Cells
Luke Hanley, professor and head of chemistry, received a $390,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to test methods of coating solar panel films using nanoparticles. The inexpensive films could be wrapped over everything from vehicles to buildings to gain maximum sun exposure to produce electricity.