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Frontiers of Science and Society – Rustum Roy Lecture

Delbert E. Day

By Deidre Haignere / May 18, 2015

Delbert E. Day is Curators’ Professor Emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering and Senior Investigator (formerly Director) of the Graduate Center for Materials Research at the Missouri University of Science and Technology and the former chairman and president of MO-SCI Corporation. His research interests include glasses for biomedical applications, the containerless processing of glass in…

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Wolfgang Rossner

By Deidre Haignere / May 13, 2014

Wolfgang Rossner is Research Manager at Corporate Technology, Siemens AG, Munich, Germany. He earned his diploma degree and his PhD in materials science at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) in 1980 and 1985, respectively. He then joined Siemens AG Corporate Research and Development as a research scientist for piezoelectric and ferroelectric ceramics, scintillator crystals, phosphors …

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Larry L. Hench

By Deidre Haignere / May 14, 2013

  AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE? Role of Bio-Ceramic Technology, Socio-Economic and Ethical issues The late Dr. Larry Hench was University Professor, Biomedical Engineering Program, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, Professor and Director of Special Projects at the University of Central Florida, Visiting Professor at Kings College/Guy’s Hospital University of London, Guest Faculty at the Department of Bioengineering…

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Frontiers of Science and Society – Rustum Roy Lecture

By Eileen De Guire / March 6, 2013

This annual lecture of The American Ceramic Society honors the late Professor Rustum Roy of The Pennsylvania State University and recognizes his contributions to science and technology and their interrelationship to society-at-large. The lecture is given each year by an internationally or nationally recognized individual in the area of science, industry or government.

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