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October 2010 Archives

Oct 28, 10

IPrime's Frank Bates Discusses Discovery of New Block Copolymer Phase on NPR

big-marshmallow-sig2.jpg Regents Professor Frank Bates discussed his block copolymer melt discovery on NPR's Talk of the Nation Science October 19.

Bates is the CEMS Department Head and a member of IPrime's Microstructured Polymers program.


Oct 28, 10

SABIC New IPrime Member

IPrime welcomes SABIC as its newest member!

SABIC is the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, one of the world's leading manufacturers of chemicals, fertilizers, plastics and metals. They supply these materials to other companies and are the largest and most reliably profitable public company in the Middle East.


Oct 26, 10

Nanomechanical Mapping Workshop

IPrime, the University of Minnesota's Characterization Facility, and workshop sponsors and instrument suppliers - Agilent, Hysitron (both IPrime members), and Veeco - are pleased to present a two day workshop on Nanomechanical Mapping.


Oct 15, 10

Stratasys Joins IPrime

Stratasys' additive fabrication products are used in the aerospace, defense, automotive, medical, business & industrial equipment, education, architecture, and consumer-products markets.

They provide the global market with sales and service organizations in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.


Oct 6, 10

2011 IPrime Annual Meeting

Meeting Highlights & Resources

  • Abstracts and Presentations*
    *Accessible to IPrime members only. View through the above link: click on any event listed and available presentations display a download presentation link directly after the abstract. Enter your company's username and password to view. Contact IPrime for assistance.
  • Watch the Plenary Session Presentation*: Solar Cells From Abundant Nontoxic Materials. Streaming video of Eray Aydil, REM program co-leader.
  • Partnership Program Booklets with student bios
    CPF*, MP, NMP*
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