U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu toured the University of South Carolina’s Horizon I Building and was briefed by Professor Benicewicz and several of USC’s top energy and fuel cell researchers
Brandon will begin work for Bluestar Silicone in July.
Mike Bell joins the Benicewicz Group.
Taylor Gaines graduated Cum Laude with Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. He will be attending graduate school at the University of Florida this fall.
Hayden Michael Cash was born on March 4th.
Professor Brian C. Benicewicz was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest scientific society.
Atri and Max will be hosting this years annual group chili cook off.
Anand and Atri take third place in entrepreneurship competition.
The University of South Carolina and EngenuitySC join Congressman James Clyburn to announce major federal award to develop next generation fuel cells.
USC and DuPont Intellectual Assets & Licensing agree on RAFT technology and polymer nanocomposites
One of the highlights of 2010 is the development of the new Benicewicz Lab in the
Horizon I Building at Innovista. Watch the video and see the progress as it unfolds.
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