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Dr. Kelly Schultz, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, wins the 2014 "Distinguished Young Rheologist" award from TA Instruments

The award provides the winner with a  AR-G2 Rheometer valued at approximately $50,000 and support for installing/running it.  The instrument has a projected useful life of 5 to 10 years.

The award is highly competitive, based on external nominations and judged by a panel of distinguished rheologists. The purpose of the award is for TA instruments to foster strong relations with leading young rheology researchers in academia to continue to develop innovations in rheology instrumentation.

Nominations are received globally and are not restricted to US institutions.

The Department congratulates Dr. Schultz for this recognition.

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