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What I wish I knew: Expert insight from Olivia Graeve

By April Gocha / February 11, 2016

Hindsight is 20/20, so we asked ceramic and glass experts to proffer their best advice. While they’re leaders, advisors, and role models now, they started somewhere. So listen up—their advice might help you in your own quest for success.

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DOE pledges $9M to advance hydrogen storage technologies for fuel cells

By April Gocha / May 30, 2014

The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced that it will be dishing out $9 million to help fund projects aimed at advancing hydrogen storage systems and developing a supply chain for hydrogen storage systems for fuel cells.

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Advanced ceramic materials may provide hydrogen storage solution for fuel cells

By April Gocha / April 22, 2014

A team of UCSD scientists, led by Olivia Graeve, has detailed a novel combustion synthesis technique to generate advanced ceramic materials for hydrogen storage applications for fuel cell technologies.

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Final photo roundup from MS&T’13

By Jim Destefani / November 1, 2013

MS&T’13 is in the books, and by all accounts the show was a hit, with solid attendance, highly informative technical tracks, many ACerS and student events, and a successful expo that left exhibitors happy with the quantity and quality of visitors to their booths.

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News roundup

By Eileen De Guire / June 19, 2012

Lots happening in our world … Alfred University researchers work with WNY companies on thermoelectric devices Alfred University is working with TAM Ceramics of Niagara Falls and ENrG Inc. of Buffalo to develop ceramic oxide thermoelectric devices (TEG) that could lead to more fuel-efficient cars. Because these thermoelectric devices convert waste heat to usable electricity,…

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Alfred U. researchers participating in solid oxide fuel cell interconnects, GaN-on-diamond substrate projects

By / April 2, 2012

Left, prototype of SOFC stack. Right, samples of interconnects being developed in a public–private partnership with Alfred University, Solid Cell, RocCera and the the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. Credit: Solid Cell. Alfred University recently announced two interesting projects where their ceramics and glass experts are working with private-sector partners that could have significant…

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