Meet the New Faculty: C. Franklin Goldsmith

Engineers who design efficient internal combustion engines now need to know much more about what actually happens when fuel burns. That’s what combustion chemistry specialists like Franklin Goldsmith can provide.

To say that Franklin Goldsmith is a bit of a wanderer understates the case just a touch.

Professor Kenny Breuer Named Associate Fellow of AIAA

Kenny Breuer, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Professor of Engineering at Brown University, has been elected an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

AIAA Associate Fellows are “individuals who have accomplished or been in charge of important engineering or scientific work, or have done original work of outstanding merit, or have otherwise made outstanding contributions to the arts, sciences, or technology of aeronautics or astronautics.”

Shear Free and Blotless Cryo-TEM Imaging: A New Method for Probing Early Evolution of Nanostructures

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Lee, J, Saha A, Pancera S M, Kempter A, Rieger J, Bose A, Tripathi A.  2012.  Shear Free and Blotless Cryo-TEM Imaging: A New Method for Probing Early Evolution of Nanostructures. Langmuir. 28(9):4043-4046.

Lee J, Saha A, Pancera SM, Kempter A, Rieger J, Bose A, Tripathi A.  2012.  Shear Free and Blotless Cryo-TEM Imaging: A New Method for Probing Early Evolution of Nanostructures. Langmuir. 28(9):4043-4046.

Nanoscale Plasmonic Interferometers for Multispectral, High-Throughput Biochemical Sensing

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Feng, J, Siu VS, Roelke A, Mehta V, Rhieu SY, Palmore TGR, Pacifici D.  2012.  Nanoscale Plasmonic Interferometers for Multispectral, High-Throughput Biochemical Sensing. Nano Letters. 12(2):602-609.

Feng J, Siu VS, Roelke A, Mehta V, Rhieu SY, Palmore TGR, Pacifici D.  2012.  Nanoscale Plasmonic Interferometers for Multispectral, High-Throughput Biochemical Sensing. Nano Letters. 12(2):602-609.
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