Welcome to Graphene Beach!

Welcome to Graphene Beach!

It’s a beautiful day at the beach, but you’ll need to be only microns tall to enjoy it! More...

Materials Scientists, Conservators Join Forces to Preserve Silver Artifacts and Art

Materials Scientists, Conservators Join Forces to Preserve Silver Artifacts and Art

We're working with conservators from the Walters Art Museum to develop and test a new way to protect silver art and artifacts, using coatings that are mere nanometers thick. More...

Meet The Cube

Meet The Cube

Professor Eric Wachsman and Redox Power Systems are developing breakthrough fuel cells that can provide efficient, affordable electricity to homes and businesses. More...

A Battery Made of Wood?

A Battery Made of Wood?

A sliver of wood coated with tin could make a tiny, long-lasting, efficient and environmentally friendly battery. More...

Hu, Leite Named Outstanding Engineer and Scientist of the Year

Hu, Leite Named Outstanding Engineer and Scientist of the Year

The Maryland Science Center and the Maryland Academy of Sciences recognized the MSE professors for their work on solar energy, batteries and electronics. More...

Developing Next-Gen Batteries in the Atomic layer deposition Nanostructure Lab (ANSLab)

Developing Next-Gen Batteries in the Atomic layer deposition Nanostructure Lab (ANSLab)

MSE graduate student Alex Kozen, a member of Professor Gary Rubloff's research group, is designing the batteries of the future. It's one of the many meso- and nanoscale projects the group pursues. More...

What Is Materials Science and Engineering?

What Is Materials Science and Engineering?

MSE combines engineering, physics and chemistry to solve problems in nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, energy, manufacturing, and more! More...

MSE Student Helen Lan is on the cover of the new E@M!

MSE Student Helen Lan is on the cover of the new E@M!

Download the latest issue (PDF), in which Helen and other Clark School students, faculty and alumni explain why our unique location has meant so much to them. More...

The Weird World of Remote Joule Heating

The Weird World of Remote Joule Heating

MSE researchers have discovered a strange nanoscale phenomenon they compare to a cold toaster that pops out burnt toast! More...

Exploring Offshore Wind Energy for Maryland

Exploring Offshore Wind Energy for Maryland

Professor Aris Christou is helping the State of Maryland design reliable wind turbines capable of surviving the Atlantic Ocean. More...

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University of Maryland Researchers Accept NASA Mission: Build a Better Battery for Space Exploration
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Transparent, Interactive Nanopaper Uses Touch to Generate Electricity
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Two Maryland SOFC projects selected by the Department of Energy
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MSE Open Houses

Fall semester dates announced for September and October. Learn more about the major and the field, see demos, and meet our faculty, students and staff. Learn More »

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Upcoming Events

MSE Seminar Series: Michael Keidar
September 4, 2015 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Room 2108, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Building More »

Engineering Community Picnic & Info Fair
September 10, 2015 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Front Plaza, Kim Engineering Building More »

MSE Seminar Series: Scott Walton
September 11, 2015 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Room 2108, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Building More »

MSE Seminar Series: Robin Selinger
September 18, 2015 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Room 2108, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Building More »