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November 2014

Students Win $10,000 Fellowships

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Panit Chantharasupawong and Zenan Yu are winners of the 2014-15 UCF Graduate Dean's Dissertation Completion Fellowship.

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November 2014

Swetha Barkam, Silk Spinner

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Helping the world one cocoon at a time, nanobiotechnology researcher Swetha Barkam extracts raw silk from cocoons to create polymer-based technology for commercial use in products such as “smart patches” which would get resorbed into the body, minimizing cost and health risk.

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October 2014

Cancer-Killing Agent And Nanotechnology: Promising Technique To Stop Metastasized Cancer Cells

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A team of UCF researchers just landed a $1.3 million National Institute of Health grant to crack a problem cancer-patients worry about and that specialist struggle with almost daily.

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October 2014

UCF Reports Record $145.6M in Research Funding

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Researchers at the University of Central Florida set a new record in funded research in FY14, receiving $145.6 million, 30 percent more than the previous year.

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October 2014

Seal Wins Schwartz Tech Award

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Two engineering professors and an associate vice president at the University of Central Florida nabbed three Schwartz Tech Awards Tuesday night.

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October 2014

Rajasekaran Takes 1st Place at NanoFlorida 2014

Dr. Parthiban Rajasekaran took First Prize among oral presentations at NanoFlorida™ 2014. His presentation was titled "Chitosan-metal composites as a potential prophylactic antimicrobial feed additive for combating antimicrobial resistance."

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September 2014

Nano Faculty at UCF Grad Fair

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Faculty, staff, and students from UCF's NanoScience Technology Center were in attendance at this year's UCF Grad Fair to representing the new Professional Science Master’s in Nanotechnology.

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September 2014

UCF Professor, VP Nominated for Schwartz Tech Awards

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An engineering professor and an associate vice president at the University of Central Florida have been nominated for Schwartz Tech awards.

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September 2014

Nanowire Packs Portable Power

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Find out how your shirt or jeans pocket could charge your smartphone.

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September 2014

Researcher to Discuss Fighting Cancer with Nanotechnology

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National Medal of Science recipient Mostafa A. El-Sayed, whose nanotechnology research has led to new ways of treating cancer, will speak at UCF on Friday, Sept. 5, about his current projects.

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August 2014

Material Advantage and MRS Clubs Hold Membership Drive

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The UCF Material Advantage and MRS organizations ran a membership drive at the Engineering Building on August 26.

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August 2014

UCF researchers developing plan to attack citrus greening

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Keith Landry, MyFoxOrlando

These are very challenging times for Florida's citrus farmers. Experts forecast Florida will have its smallest orange crop this year in forty-nine years. Analysts say the citrus greening disease is destroying our orange groves. University of Central Florida researchers are using nano science, trying to save our oranges.

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August 2014

Balaeff Paper Highlighted in Science

A recent paper by Alexander Balaeff and colleagues is highlighted in the latest issue of Science magazine.

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June 2014

Doshi Wins Poster Award at ESP2014

Mona Doshi won 2nd prize for her poster presentation at ESP2014 in Santa Fe. Mona is a member of Dr. Andre Gesquiere’s research group.

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June 2014

Nanotechnology Research at UCF Could Change How We Send and Store Electricity

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) - A simple video shows what could become a huge change in how we send and store electricity through wires.  The video illustrates research being done at the University of Central Florida's NanoScience Technology Center.

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June 2014

UCF Researcher Seal and Team Win TechConnect National Innovation Award

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Two University of Central Florida scientists have earned national awards because their inventions are expected to make a difference in fueling future commercial spacecraft and in the efficiency of solar panels needed to convert sunlight into electricity.

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June 2014

New NanoTech May Provide Power Storage in Cables, Clothes

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Imagine being able to carry all the juice you needed to power your MP3 player, smartphone and electric car in the fabric of your jacket?

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May 2014

UCF Researchers Among DURIP Award Winners

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UCF researchers including professors Romain Gaume and Yongho Sohn are working on projects funded by grants from the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program.

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May 2014

UCF Grads Win Research Excellence Fellowship

Graduate students Le Zhou and Shashank Saraf have been awarded UCF's Graduate Research Excellence Fellowship.

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May 2014

UCF Students Win Poster Awards at 225th ECS Meeting

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UCF students won two poster awards at the 225th Electrochemical Society Meeting in Orlando. The competition was highly competitive, and, after several rounds of judging, only 4 awards were presented among 84 posters from presenters around the country and abroad.

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April 2014

Barkam Wins SGA Scholarship

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Ph.D. candidate Swetha Barkam is a winner of the 2013-2014 SGA Campus Student Involvement Scholarship. The $250 award is presented to outstanding students who demonstrate exceptional involvement in the UCF community.

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April 2014

Gesquiere Wins Research Incentive Award

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Andre J. Gesquiere is a winner of UCF's 2014 Research Incentive Awards. The RIA program rewards outstanding achievements in research, scholarly and creative activities.

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April 2014

UCF Researchers Make Breakthrough into “Invisibility” Tech

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People have dreamed about the possibility of invisibility for centuries. It's the subject of countless books and Hollywood movies, but is the real thing really possible?

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March 2014

NanoTech Leads to Break-Through in Stealth Technology

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Controlling and bending light around an object so it appears invisible to the naked eye is the theory behind fictional invisibility cloaks.

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March 2014

UCF Nanotech Degree Expected to Spin Out Companies

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The new nanotechnology master’s degree offered by the University of Central Florida will have a “huge economic impact” on Central Florida, said Sudipta Seal, the director of the Nanoscience Technology Center and the Advanced Materials Processing & Analysis Center at UCF.

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March 2014

UCF OKs new degree to tap into $1.2 trillion tech industry

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by Abraham Aboraya
Orlando Business Journal

The University of Central Florida today approved a new master’s degree that may provide an economic boost to the region’s high-tech industry.

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March 2014

UCF to Offer New Nanotechnology Degree

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The UCF Board of Trustees Thursday approved a new interdisciplinary professional science master’s degree program that will expand UCF’s offerings in the rapidly growing field of nanotechnology.

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March 2014

Advanced Optical Materials Features Nano-Optics Group

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An article co-authored by Debashis Chanda is one of this month's cover features for Advanced Optical Materials.

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March 2014

Moore Wins Northrop Grumman Scholarship

Undergraduate Julian Moore has been awarded the Northrop Grumman Scholarship for the 2014-15 academic year.

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March 2014

Kale wins 2014 CECS Alumni Award

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Ajay Kale is a winner of the 2014 College of Engineering & Computer Science Distinguished Alumni award.

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March 2014

Nano Students Win 2014-15 Scholarships

Swetha Barkam and Rameech McCormack have been awarded scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year. Both students are members of Dr. Sudipta Seal's research group and the College of Engineering & Computer Science.

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March 2014

U.S. News, Princeton Review Rank 24 UCF Graduate Programs Among Nation's Best

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The University of Central Florida’s video game graduate school ranks No. 2 in North America, and 23 other UCF graduate programs rank among the top 100 in their fields in the United States.

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March 2014

UCF Students Honored at 2014 FLAVS/FSM Symposium

The Annual Joint Symposium & Exhibition of the Florida Chapter of the AVS Science and Technology Society (FLAVS) and the Florida Society for Microscopy (FSM) was held March 3-4 at UCF.

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February 2014

UCF NanoScience Center Develops Program to Create Graphene Spray to Fight Corrosion

The University of Central Florida's NanoScience Center is developing a new program to make a graphene-based spray coating that would help multiple industries easily and inexpensively fight corrosion.

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February 2014

McCormack Takes 1st Place at FGLSAMP Expo

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Rameech McCormack was honored at the FGLSAMP Expo 2014 in Jacksonville, FL. His engineering poster won first place at the conference.

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February 2014

ChemPlusChem Features Seal Research Group

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A paper from Dr. Sudipta Seal's research group, along with collaborators from the University of Kent, graces the December cover of ChemPlusChem.

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February 2014

NIH Grants Working at UCF to Address HIV, TB and Schizophrenia

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Finding a practical way prevent the transmission of HIV, developing a reliable way to detect tuberculosis while a patient is in the doctor’s office and understanding the complexities of schizophrenia are among the 26 research projects that the National Institutes of Health is funding at the University of Central Florida.

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February 2014

UCF Researcher Thomas wins CAREER Award: Bringing 3-D TV Back from the Dead

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One UCF researcher may be on the brink of bringing 3-D- TV back from the dead.

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January 2014

UCF NanoScience Center Develops New Program

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The University of Central Florida’s NanoScience Technology Center is developing a new program to make a graphene-based spray coating that would help multiple industries easily and inexpensively fight corrosion.

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January 2014

Barkam Wins Extreme Leadership Scholarship

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Ph.D. candidate Swetha Barkam is a winner of the 2014 Extreme Leadership Scholarship presented by the UCF's Student Government Association. The $750 award is presented to students who demonstrate outstanding leadership and service in school and their community.

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