Chris Pelzmann recently won one of the 40 Travel Awards ($750) for graduate/postdoc students given by the ASME Nanoengineering Council (funded and presented by the NSF CBET Director) to defray costs associated with travel to this year’s ASME Society-Wide Micro & Nano Technology Forum.

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