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Professor Ichiro Takeuchi's pioneering work in combinatorial approaches to materials development and discovery is featured as the cover story in the October 2005 issue of Materials Today (Vol. 8, Issue 10). The issue highlights high throughput methods for materials discovery and includes an article by Professor Krishna Rajan, a collaborator and the PI for CoSMIC, an NSF International Materials Institute at Iowa State, Maryland, and Florida International.

Read the article here.

October 7, 2005


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