NSF ICORPS SUCCESS STORY: GETTING OUT OF THE BUILDING WITH PICOYUNE

What do you get when you combine two University of California at Berkeley Mechanical Engineering PhDs with an equally impressive National Science Foundation iCorps curriculum? An award winning team solving a tough environmental problem—mercury detection. During their doctoral programs at Berkeley, Jay James and Jeff Crosby discovered a better way to detect the harmful mercury … Continue reading NSF ICORPS SUCCESS STORY: GETTING OUT OF THE BUILDING WITH PICOYUNE