Micromeritics Selects Instrument Grant Winners

MIT and UGA Chosen to Receive Awards


Dr. Roland Pellenq,  Senior Research Scientist, states the department “aims at determining the poro-mechanical and transport properties of the most important technological, economical and environmental materials in the world: cement and concrete; source rocks for oil and gas; oxide, glasses and clays for nuclear energy and nuclear waste storage.”
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Recipient Michael Bartlett, Ph.D states  “By partnering with Micromeritics the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy will be able expose students in the Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences, as well as our Pharm.D. and graduate programs to techniques used in the characterization of drug substances and drug delivery systems.”
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