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m2M/t director, Esther Takeuchi, was highlighted in Buffalo Museum of Science's "Women in History" exhibition, as part of their Celebrate monthly exhibition series.  Access the exhibit here.

DOE Office of Science, In the First Person Science series, features m2M/t Director, Esther Takeuchi, who describes how she and her team have made significant discoveries over the years in research of battery chemistry.  See more here.

m2M/t PI Guihua Yu (University of Texas at Austin) was  announced as the winner of the  7 th Polymer International – IUPAC award for Creativity in Applied Polymer Science . More about this honor can be found here.

Congratulations to m2M/t graduate student Genesis Renderos (Stony Brook University), who was selected to receive the Turner Dissertation Fellowship Award.  Information about the award can be found here .

Esther Takeuchi is the recipient of the 2019 Sigma Xi Walston Chubb Award for Innovation.

" New analytical methods help researchers peek inside energy devices"  -- c&en, 11/18/2019

Recent exciting m2M/t research was published in  Science and highlighted in the Cornell Chronicle.





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Stony Brook University distinguished professor Esther Takeuchi discusses her research on batteries in this Time Magazine video.