Advancing infrared detection for the Air Force

Team led by Dr. E. H. Yang promises sophisticated apparatus for the Air Force and space exploration.

High-speed, durable naval vessel surfaces

Low-friction, anti-corrosive research at Stevens promises durability and improved hydrodynamics for naval vessels.

Creating extremely water-repellent surfaces

Dr. Chang-Hwan Choi and Dr. Wei Xu Revise Scientific Understanding of Superhydrophobicity

Ultra-cold quantum control

Using ultra-cold atomic and molecular systems to enable ultra-fast quantum computation without decoherence

Catalysis research prize

Research will enhance molecular understanding of chemical reactions

Lab-in-a-fiber

Dr. Du and Dr. Sukhishvili's collaboration wins grant from the National Science Foundation

Versatile self-powering devices

Emerging nanofiber technology establishes tiny, self-powering sensors and actuators with compelling commercial applications

Lab on a chip

Digital microfluidics creates a lab-on-a-chip, enabling portable at-home medical tests

Fiber-optic sensing

Professor Du's interdisciplinary fiber-optic sensing research advances applications in environmental monitoring, medical diagnosis and energy production

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