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Jose L. Mendoza-Cortes

2021/11/30: Jose Mendoza Wins Scialog Award
"Jose is among 20 researchers from USA and Canada on eight cross-disciplinary teams that will share $1.2 million to advance environmental research. Their work is sponsored by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA) and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, with additional support from the Climate Pathfinders Foundation. The teams will work to advance fundamental science in the removal of greenhouse gases from Earth's atmosphere and oceans" [More info]

Jose L. Mendoza-Cortes

2021/11/30: Turning inert materials into useful, active ones
"Michigan State University's Jose Mendoza-Cortes is part of an international team exploring if defects can turn inert materials into useful, active ones. 'Demonstrating that a material thought to be always chemically inert, hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), can be turned chemically active holds potential for a new class of catalysts with a wide range of applications,...'" [More info] [Phys.Org] [Science Daily]

Jose L. Mendoza-Cortes

2020/10/15: Mendoza Lab To Tackle Greenhouse Gas Issues As A Scialog Fellow
"Jose Mendoza of Michigan State University has been named a Fellow for Scialog: Negative Emissions Science and will join 50 early-career scientists [from USA and Canada] aimed at tackling the issues of greenhouse gases... The Scialog: Negative Emissions Science is sponsored by RCSA and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation." [More info]

Jose L. Mendoza-Cortes

2020/10/15: The ML class was selected to be part of 2020 Arctic Vault program
"Our ML class was selected was selected to be part of 2020 Arctic Vault program... Preserving open source software for future generations. It is a hidden cornerstone of modern civilization, and the shared heritage of all humanity. The mission of the GitHub Archive Program is to preserve open source software for future generations." [More info]

Jose L. Mendoza-Cortes

2020/09/08: The MSU college welcomes nine new faculty members this fall
"nine new faculty members this fall, adding to the diverse engineering and scientific talent available in the college. - One can track his academic pedigree to physicists Marie Curie and Paul Dirac -" Meet the newest academic experts. [More info]

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