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April 19th, 2007
Novel, self-assembly techniques for fabricating inorganic nanomaterials that could pave the way for more efficient and powerful solar cells, chemical sensors and detectors are currently being developed by a UB chemist.
David Watson, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Award to conduct the research.
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