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February 20th, 2005

UNH professor awarded Fulbright to South Africa

Associate Professor Igor Tsukrov will bring some of UNH’s nanotechnology expertise to the Indian Ocean port town. An expert at using computers to predict the mechanical properties of composite materials on a microscopic scale, he has been developing techniques to manufacture and analyze high-performance nanostructured materials with superior strength and corrosion-resistance properties.


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