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Left to right: Niel Quarles, Drew Munson, Eric Ou, Iskandar Kholmanov, Charles Amos, Shanthi Murali, Jin An, Meryl Stoller, Shanshan Chen, Ji Won Suk, Richard Piner, Carl Magnuson, Hyung Wook Ha, Rodney Ruoff, Colin Beal, Aruna Velamakanni, Matthew Charlton, Columbia Mishra, Joono Park, Hengxing Ji, Jon Edgeworth, Jeff Potts, Yujie Ren, Xianjun Zhu, Yanwu Zhu, Huifeng Li and Weiwei Cai.
Not pictured: Alan Covacevich, Cornelio Morales, Orlando Salmon, Yufeng Hao, Qingzhi Wu, Yaping Wu, Xin Zhao Professor Rodney Ruoff's was recently interviewed by news portal Materials Views. Ruoff's team's paper titled Graphene and Graphene Oxide: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications as the most downloaded paper from Advanced Materials over July 2010.
At A E Networks you'll find a community of innovative, creative and inspiring people who aren't afraid to try new things and collaborate in an effort to stretch the company forward. I suppose for many children, and certainly for me, there was also the strong element of fantasyâ€”comic books, Jules Verne's books, science fiction, and imagining amazing and wonderful things.So Spiderman, Superman, and Captain Nemo were strong childhood influences!Fortunately, I had done reasonably well in mathematics, had an open and questioning mind, and had won a fellowship to attend the university.I tremendously enjoyed a class in physical chemistry that I took from Ben Widom at Cornell University, so I gravitated toward physical chemistry.Looking back, I realize that I did not aspire to be or learn about scientists or science, so I am always amazed when someone tells me about becoming a chemist because of playing with a toy chemistry set as a child. The women I have been fortunate to have had close relationships with have had a big influence on me and helped me grow and mature.Artists and writers have provided great inspiration.As a teenager, I had spent so much time perfecting my skills in soccer that it was hard to think about much else besides being a pro soccer player.I really enjoyed mathematics (and was fortunate to have a string of excellent math teachers), creative writing in English classes, and going off into nature by myself to hike, think, and read books.Every employee plays a vital role in the future of our company. Rodney Ruoff's research group, as of October 2010.