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Materials science and engineering faculty lead development of interdisciplinary soft matter research user facility

Researchers from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University are spearheading the development of an interdisciplinary soft matter research user facility. The facility will help users conduct research to improve multifunctional polymer-based materials that are used in many applications, including energy, health care and transportation, among others, and will benefit the entire Texas A&M research community.


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