News: Complex Materials and Processing

An interdisciplinary team of scientists led by Princeton engineers has been awarded a $3 million grant to study how fuel additives made of tiny particles known as nanocatalysts can help supersonic jets fly faster and make diesel engines cleaner and more efficient.
The cover story in the March 2 issue of Chemical & Engineering is about graphene: a single atomic sheet of carbon considered to be "one of the hottest topics in materials science these days".
A new technique for printing extraordinarily thin lines quickly over wide areas could lead to larger, less expensive and more versatile electronic displays as well new medical devices, sensors and other technologies.

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