June 2013

Thomas's Energy Storage Research Featured in Advanced Materials


An article by Jayan Thomas and his colleagues appears in the June 25 edition of Advanced Materials. Their work is featured prominently with a full-page graphic and caption in the issue's frontispiece.

The article and splash page feature Thomas's research in spin-on nanoprinting (SNAP), a technique used to print nanopillar structures without the use of sacrificial templates or expensive equipment. The performance and efficiency of the process makes it very attractive for next generation energy storage systems.

Find out more about the article online.

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