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Awardee Profiles (2014)

Come see what's hot in science. RCSA's Awardee Profiles illustrates what leading scientists are discovering and teaching and how their work continues to shape our world. Additional awardee profiles can be found in the Awards Database.

Shannon W. Boettcher

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Oregon

Materials for Solar Water Splitting: Advancing Undergraduate Research and Controlling Chemistry and Charge Transport at Interfaces

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Andrew J. Boydston

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Washington

Quantitative Assessment of Flex Activation in Polymer Mechanochemistry

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Rebecca A. Butcher

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Florida

Chemical Communication in C. Elegans and Incorporation of Natural Products Discovery into the Classroom

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Mircea Dinca

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Teaching Sponges New Tricks: Self-Assembly, Charge Transport, and Electric Conductivity in Microporous Metal-Organic Frameworks

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Carla Frohlich

Assistant Professor of Physics, North Carolina State University

The Origin of the Heaviest Nuclei in the Universe

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Dinah Loerke

Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Denver

Toward a Mechanistic Understanding of Cell lntercalation in Germ-Band Extension

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Tyrel M. McQueen

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Johns Hopkins University

Superconductivity: From Discovery to Rational Design

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Andriy Nevidomskyy

Assistant Professor of Physics, Rice University

Superconductivity in Strange Metals: Some Like It Hot

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Jennifer A. Prescher

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine

Expanding the Bioluminescent Toolbox for Visualizing Metastatic Disease

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Cindy Regal

Assistant Professor Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder

Measuring Micromechanical Motion at Quantum Limits and Identifying Successful Attributes of Undergraduate Research

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Joseph E. Subotnik

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania

What Every Undergraduate Should Learn About Electronic Relaxation

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Xiaodong Xu

Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Washington

Valley Quantum Optoelectronics of Monolayer Semiconductors

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