Neil Johnson is Awarded the 2017 G. Michael Bancroft PhD Thesis Award

Congratulations to the winner of this year’s G. Michael Bancroft PhD Thesis Award. Dr. Neil Johnson completed his PhD with the Beamteam

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Young Innovators: Powering the next computer revolution

Neil’s work on silicene is featured in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix newspaper as part of the Young Innovators series.

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Revealing materials’ secrets with synchrotron light

With the ability to probe a wide range of materials, researchers, from paleontologists to catalyst chemists, flock to these powerful light sources

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Missing Oxygen Atoms Are Key to Robust Spintronic Material

...the substitution of Fe atoms into In2O3 (In2O3:Fe) has recently yielded a very consistent and promising material.

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University of Saskatchewan Team Shaping the Future of Technology

A portrait of the beam team was published in the Westgrid/Compute Canada Newsletter in March 2016.

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Professor Alexander Moewes was selected as the 2017 recipient of the Distinguished Researcher Award

The awards recognize outstanding contributions made by faculty to their specific area of expertise.

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