Muchun Liu received The Best Presentation Award at 2019 MRS Fall Meeting held December 1-6, 2019. She gave a talk in "2D Nanomaterials-Based Nanofluidics" symposium, titled "Mechanically Stable Graphene Oxide Membranes with Reduced Permeate Path Lengths by Vertical Nanochannel Alignment"
Winning the Student Track was H2Ok Innovations, led by David Lu, a Brown University undergraduate studying chemistry and computer. H2OK Innovations, which uses artificial intelligence data analytics to map sources of contamination in underground drinking water pipes that are targeted for replacement, received $15,000 in cash plus $43,975 in professional and consulting services.
Brown University’s Breakthrough Lab (B-Lab) is an intensive 8-week accelerator program designed to support student entrepreneurs developing high-impact ventures. Each participating team receives access to custom mentoring, a peer cohort of dedicated founders, and co-working space.
Natasha is a second-year graduate student in the Robinson group. She received Honorable Mention for her fellowship entitled "Investigation of Metal-Coupled Electron Transfer in Cu-Catalyzed Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysis"