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Tetard Receives NSF CAREER Award

March 15, 2019
Laurene Tetard, who is jointly appointed in the physics and materials science and engineering departments, has received an NSF CAREER Award. The award is worth $404,000, to be spread out over five years. The goal is to help the chemistry division develop an instrument for plasmonic-assisted nanomechanical detection for polarized spectroscopy and imaging.