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Article in New AG International Magazine

Aug. 7, 2020

Greg was interviewed for the June/July 2020 English language issue of New AG International Magazine, in an article titled Biodegradable sensors aim to make farming more efficient.

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Paper published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces

May 6, 2020

Madhur, Gabby and Jenna's paper on biodegradable poly(lactic acid)-based conductors was recently published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. Congratulations!

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Story on NASA Project

March 2, 2020

Our NASA project that explores 3D printing of functional electronics under lunar gravitational conditions was featured in a recent article from CU.

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Greg selected as a 2020 RIO Faculty Fellow

Nov. 21, 2019

Greg was selected as a Research and Innovation Office (RIO) Faculty Fellow for 2020. The RIO Faculty Fellows Program is a campus-wide research and creative works leadership program that supports rising CU Boulder faculty interested in furthering their leadership skills to achieve maximum impact within and beyond the campus.

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Paper in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces

Nov. 7, 2019

Jamie, Charlotte, Gabby and Jorge's paper on Thermal Desorption in a 3D Printed Multifunctional Composite CO2 Sorbent with Embedded Heating Capability was just published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces.

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NASA award to test printing in lunar gravity

Oct. 30, 2019

We were recently selected by NASA for a project to test 3D printing of functional components, particularly those for life-support systems needed to remove carbon-dioxide from a crew-occupied cabin, under simulated lunar gravity by carrying out the experiments on a Zero Gravity Corporation aircraft. These experiments will help to understand, develop and enable lunar manufacturing, in order to support lunar exploration and economic activity.

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New soil and plant sensing projects

Oct. 23, 2019

We are very excited to announce that we have recently been awarded two projects from the Signals in the Soil Program.

Fall 2019 New Group Members

Five new group members!

Aug. 25, 2019

With the start of the Fall 2019 semester we are lucky to have five new group members! They are: PhD students Jorge Osio-Norgaard , Jatinder Sampathkumar (jointly supervised with Nicole Labbe ), and Elliot Strand ; and Undergraduate students Sara Khorchidian and Henry Vennard .

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Austin Awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!

Aug. 9, 2019

Austin has been awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Congratulations Austin! This award will support his research using 3D printing as a method to create lighter, cheaper and stronger wind turbine generators.

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Austin Presents at the 2019 ASME Power Conference

July 16, 2019

Austin presented his paper titled "Powder-Binder Jetting Large-Scale, Metal Dirext-Drive Generators: Selecting the Powder, Binder and Process Parameters", at the 2019 ASME Power Conference and Nuculear Forum in Salt Lake City on July 16 (paper number: POWER2019-1853). Austin also won 3rd place in the student competition for best paper, congratulations Austin!