National Science Foundation Funds Methane Research With Potential for Greener Energy, Manufacturing

National Science Foundation Funds Methane Research With Potential for Greener Energy, Manufacturing

NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering’s Ryan Hartman Receives Prestigious CAREER Award to Study Why Microsystems Could Help Control Carbon-Hydrogen Bonds

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded its most prestigious honor for young researchers to a new NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering faculty member who is trying to solve the difficult problem of controlling methane’s carbon-hydrogen bonds at moderate temperatures.

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  • In Memoriam: Eli Pearce

    In Memoriam: Eli Pearce

    When Professor Eli Pearce passed away on May 19, 2015, a slice of Poly history passed along with him. Pearce had been affiliated with the school, then known as the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, since the mid-1950s, when he conducted his doctoral studies in chemistry here. As a student, he learned with such luminaries as Herman Frances Mark, who is often called the Father of Polymer Science, and Charles Overberger, another influential chemist who helped establish the study of polymers as a major sub-discipline.

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  • Distinguished, Dedicated, and Dynamic

    Anne Dudek Ronan Garners the School of Engineering’s Highest Teaching Honor

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