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 | Prof. Schniepp joins the editorial board of **[[http://​journals.plos.org/​plosone/​|PLOS ONE]]**, one of the world'​s largest scientific journals as an **//​Academic Editor//​**. ​ | Prof. Schniepp joins the editorial board of **[[http://​journals.plos.org/​plosone/​|PLOS ONE]]**, one of the world'​s largest scientific journals as an **//​Academic Editor//​**. ​
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-| Dec\_2017 
-| Prof. Schniepp presents four papers at the **2017 Fall MRS Meeting** in Boston, MA on topics including the brown recluse ribbon silk, thermal interface materials, and interfacial properties of graphene. 
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-| Nov\_2017 
-| Ph. D. student Qijue Wang receives an //​International Student Opportunity Award// from the Reves Center for International Studies, William and Mary. 
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-| Sep\_2017 
-| Prof. Schniepp gives an invited lecture on “The Strong, Tough & Sticky Silk Nanoribbons of the Recluse Spider: Revealing the Structure and Properties” in the Biomedical Engineering Department at **//Tufts University//​**,​ Medford, MA.  
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-| Sep\_2017 
-| Prof. Schniepp gives an invited lecture on “Synthetic and Biogenic 2D Materials: Interfacial Properties and Characterization” in the Chemical and Bioengineering Department at //**The Colorado School of Mines**//, Golden, CO.  
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-| Sep\_2017 
-| **New publication:​ //Polymer (2017)//** — Hocker, Hudson-Smith,​ Smith, Komatsu, Dickinson, Schniepp & Kranbuehl: [[:​public:​publications:​pub-33|"​Graphene oxide reduces the hydrolytic degradation in polyamide-11"​]]. A tiny amount of graphene makes plastics more durable. 
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-| Aug\_2017 
-| Prof. Schniepp gives an invited talk on “Graphene as a two-dimensional surfactant” at the //**Fall 2017 National Meeting of the American Chemical Society**//,​ Washington, D.C. 
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