Directed Assembly Research from Pennergy’s Shu Yang and Kathleen Stebe Enhances Control Over Liquid Crystals
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A study led by Pennergy Faculty Members Shu Yang (Associate Professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering;) and Kathleen Stebe (Engineering’s vice dean for research and professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering) has produced findings that show us a small adjustment to an existing crystals can spontaneously adjust their pattern on demand.

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