George Crabtree (1944-2023) and his work left a profound impact on sustainable energy research. The 2023 MRS Fall Meeting's Sustainability by 2050 Panel features a tribute to George's legacy. Session Chair Y. Shirley Meng joins MRS TV to discuss George's legacy and creating a sustainable future.
Alán Aspuru-Guzik's lab was a pioneer in early research in quantum computing. Today, his work reaches further to include both chemistry and machine learning. Sitting down with MRS TV, Dr. Aspuru-Guzik shares highlights from his 2023 Plenary Session, along with his hopes and expectations for the future in science and tech.
2023 David Turnbull Lecturer Mark Asta's work was greatly inspired by David Turnbull himself. In this interview with MRS TV, he shares this inspiration, and looks toward the future of his research in concentrated alloys.
Materials innovation is driven by the cross-pollination of ideas from scientists with different backgrounds, skills, and perspectives. MRS TV talks with African MRS President Balla Diop Ngom and 2024 MRS Spring Meeting Chair Mmantsae Diale about this collaborative session between African and non-African institutions, and how attendees can build their own mutually beneficial research collaborations.
Over the past 50 years, MRS has expanded to include not only meetings, but a broad range of programs and outreach, career support and advancement, and advocacy initiatives. One of the most deeply rooted aspects in MRS’s history is publications, with the first MRS Newsletter, which later became the MRS Bulletin, published in 1975. In this MRS TV interview, Gopal Rao, Chief Editor for Technical Content and Editor of MRSBulletin, and Steve Moss, long-time dedicated MRS member and volunteer, discuss the important role that publications such as the MRS Bulletin has played in MRS’s history.
MRS TV talks to Michael Ford, Early Career Subcommittee volunteer, about the MRS New Research Hires Poster Session, an opportunity for early career scientists to connect with recruiters and find work in their field.
MRS TV talks with Spring 2023 Symposium X—MRS/The Kavli Foundation Frontiers of Materials featured speaker, Taeghwan Hyeon about his talk, "Designing Inorganic Nanomaterials for Energy and Soft-Electronics Applications."