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Multi-Scale Materials: Integrated Processing Method - 2008 R&D 100 Award Winner

December 2008
The Multi-Scale Materials Integrated Processing Method is the only integrated, single-step process materials fabrication method that generates nano- to macro-sized materials with identical chemistry characteristics for use in materials science research and development applications. The ability to create these materials from one process reduces the risk of impurities in these materials and improves consistency. The result is higher-quality products that can be used for a broad range of applications. EED researchers recognized include SK Sundaram, Mike Schweiger, and Brad Johnson, Brian Riley, as well as Brett MacIsaac - NW Chem Tox/HLSBG and grad student Julianna Olmstead.

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