PRESS RELEASES


2016
New Approach To Building Efficient Thermoelectric Nanomaterials

 

 

2013

Enhanced Energy Efficiency Using Thermal Management in Electronic Devices

 

 

2012

Self-constructed nanostructured metallic networks enable high thermal conductivity in epoxy composites

 

Nature Materials Study: Quick-Cooking Nanomaterials in a $40 Microwave Oven To Make Tomorrow’s Solid-State Air Conditioners and Refrigerators

 

 

2011

Rensselaer Engineers “Cook” Promising New Heat-Harvesting Nanomaterials in Microwave Oven

 

Rensselaer Engineering Students Researched Thermoelectric Materials and Ran with the Bulls in Spain

 

 

2010

Water Could Hold Answer to Graphene Nanoelectronics

 

 

2008

Nanosculpture” Could Enable New Types of Heat Pumps and Energy Converters

 

Strengthening Fluids With Nanoparticles

 

 

2007

Using Carbon Nanotubes To Seek and Destroy Anthrax Toxin and Other Harmful Proteins

 

 

2005

Rensselaer Researchers Awarded NSF Grant To Study Nano Springs, Rods, Beams

 

 

2004

Rensselaer Researchers Awarded NSF Grant To Further Develop Nanotube Sensors for Homeland Security

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Professor Wins NSF Career Award