About Mark Atwater
Mark Atwater
Mark Atwater has a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from North Carolina State University. Dr. Atwater is an assistant professor at Millersville University where he teaches courses in materials, design and production. His research endeavors include the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials. Ongoing projects include the study of nanostructured metals and carbon nanofibers. Scaling up the production of nanoscale materials is also a key interest.

Three-Dimensional nanoscale features studied by new technique More >>

 

Class project aims to save lives and keep it simple. More >>

 

A push for increased effectiveness relies on good engineering. More >>

 

A new process brings orders of magnitude improvement to long-standing problem More >>

 

Engineering effort aimed at helping many in need More >>

 

Unexpected anisotropy in uranium dioxide may inhibit efficiency More >>

 

New technique allows for restricting phase growth in advanced materials More >>

 

Take a closer look at what’s changing and how you can get involved. More >>

 

A new approach combines efforts for faster payoff. More >>

 

An effort to increase collaboration could involve you. More >>

 

New changes are coming to an old problem on the rails. More >>

 

Fast-paced problem solving makes for good engineering exercise More >>

 

New material for filtering out noble gases can save money and lives. More >>

 

More collaboration, more technology, more probability. More >>

 

The fight against corrosion costs, but are you going to pay? More >>

 

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