1. UNH professor receives $750K DoE award (to research supercapacitors)

    UNH professor receives $750K DoE award (to research supercapacitors)

    (An) assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of New Hampshire has received an Early Career Research Award from the U.S. Department of Energy to pursue research that will improve the ability to store energy in supercapacitors. The award (is) $750,000 over five years ...

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