Northeastern researchers are developing a super-strong magnetic material that has the potential to revolutionize the manufacturing, transportation and clean-energy industries.
PhD graduate Brian Plouffe drew from the respective expertise of chemical engineering professors Shashi Murthy and Laura Lewis to design a miniature device that detects late-stage cancer.
Economic and geopolitical trends suggest the supply of rare earth elements (REEs) will not be able to keep up with global demand. A concern is growing as China, which controls … read more »
Interdisciplinary graduate research program receives $3.1 million to train scientists from Northeastern and universities in Brazil, England, India and Italy
(with Brian D. Plouffe, Dattatri K. Nagesha, Robert S. DiPietro, Srinvas Sridhar, Don Heiman, and Shashi K. Murthy) J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 323 (17) September 2011, Pages 2310-2317.
(with Brian D. Plouffe, and Shashi K. Murthy) Biomicrofluidics 5 (1) 013413 (2011).
(with H. G. Johnson, S. P. Bennett, R. Barua, and D. Heiman) Phys. Rev. B 82 085202 (2010).