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EP 342: Materials Science: Home

Connects students in PHYS 342 with information on Materials Science and resources in the library.

Materials Science in the News

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Research Topics in Materials Science

This LibGuide is designed to introduce you to Materials Science resources in Kettering's library.

Light microscopic image of novel biomimetic aggrecan mixed with NaCl solution, a biomaterial mimic being investigated for use in numerous soft tissue applications. Image taken by Dr. Katsiaryna Prudnikova and colorized by undergraduate Joseph Sincavage in the Biomaterials Laboratory Group at Drexel University.

Theoretical micro-drone using nanotechnology.

NAE Grand Challenges For Engineering

With input from people around the world, an international group of leading technological thinkers were asked to identify the Grand Challenges for Engineering in the 21st century. Their 14 game-changing goals for improving life on the planet, announced in 2008, are outlined here. The committee suggested these Grand Challenges fall into four cross-cutting themes: SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTH, SECURITY, and JOY OF LIVING.

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