Researchers develop 'Super Wood,' which could replace steel.

Researchers develop 'Super Wood,' which could replace steel.

Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering Professors work together to create a material that is more durable than many types of steel. More...

Student-Created Group EVE Hosts Regular Discussion Workshops

Student-Created Group EVE Hosts Regular Discussion Workshops

Zoey Warecki and Naila Al-Hasan work to increase diversity and tolerance on campus. More...

Six MSE Undergrads Recognized for Excellence by Clark School

Six MSE Undergrads Recognized for Excellence by Clark School

Adaire Parker, Sarah Adams, Arianna Avellan, Chair Ray Phaneuf, Teli Zografos, Alex Epstein, Jack Hayden, Miriam Silton. More...

MSE Graduate Student is MRS Finalist

MSE Graduate Student is MRS Finalist

Elizabeth Tennyson - already published several times over - is recognized for her contributions. More...

MSE Researchers Create Solar-Powered Devices Made of Wood

MSE Researchers Create Solar-Powered Devices Made of Wood

Led by Dr. Liangbing Hu, this team is working to mitigate the water scarcity crisis. More...

The Northern Lights?? Not quite...

The Northern Lights?? Not quite...

This illustration, provided by Dr. Marina Leite's research group, represents the interactions between light and alloyed nanoparticles formed by coin-age metals (gold & silver). More...

Engineering the Preservation of Cultural Heritage

Engineering the Preservation of Cultural Heritage

MSE Researcher Mimi Hiebert uses nuclear radiation to better preserve antiquities. More...

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MSE Alumna
Beth Tennyson ('18)

Elizabeth "Beth" Tennyson completed her Ph.D. in May. During her tenure, she was published numerous times and received several awards. Beth has recently begun a post-doc position at the University of Cambridge. 

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