nanoCollider

WKU hosts nanocollider, reports on workforce development, undergrad and high school student success

Earlier this April, Western Kentucky University hosted the 5th KY NSF EPSCoR nanoCollider. KY NSF EPSCoR nanoColliders allow for participants to more broadly identify opportunities to enhance existing cross-institutional collaborations or establish new connections for potential partnerships. Dr. Farhad Ashrafrzadeh, Professor and Founding  Director of Center for Energy Systems, https://www.wku.edu/ces/, highlighted the research capabilities and incredible progress …

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UK, UofL Researchers Collaborate on PEDOT: PSS – Nanocollider

Dr. Matt Weisenberger, University of Kentucky Dr. Ruben Sarabia-Riquelme, University of Kentucky Dr. Cindy Harnett, University of Louisville Dr. Kunal Kate, University of Louisville Dr. Zan Paterson, University of Kentucky Paula Alarcon, University of Kentucky In what was the first nanoCollider featuring cross-institutional presentations, the PEDOT: PSS team featuring research from both the University of …

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EKU researchers host nanocollider – talk physics, 3d printing, and undergrad success

Watch the full recording of the fabulous researchers at Eastern Kentucky University present their research, show off their labs, and speak on how KY NSF EPSCoR provides support for their undergraduate researchers. The first video is the full recording, while the other videos are native recordings of the labs.  https://youtu.be/M0rQh9eeDNE “I’ve been struck by how …

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Kentucky State University hosts January 2021 nanoCollider

Professor of Chemistry Dr. Kazi Javed and PLTL scholar Camron Aber spoke on collaboration and increasing STEM student success through Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) and summer research at Kentucky State University. Highlights KSU’s current EOD and Workforce Development collaborations across the state as well Camron’s experience as a student researcher with Dr. Biyun Xie, Assistant …

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Somerset Community College Hosts First Ever nanoCollider

Eric Wooldridge and his Somerset Community College (SCC) team are earning a reputation of firsts. Today was no different as they became the first host of nanoCollider, KY NSF EPSCoR’s new monthly collaboration meeting, with rotating host institutions. KY NSF EPSCoR nanoColliders allow for participants to more broadly identify opportunities to enhance existing cross-institutional collaborations …

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