Washington State University

Research - Biotechnology

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Research - Biotechnology

Interdisciplinary Excellence Built On World-Class Knowledge

Biotechnology groups

  • Materials Research Group synthesis, processing and characterization of materials towards biomedical, piezoelectric, and sensor applications.

Biotechnology Researchers

Faculty Profiles

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John McCloy
Associate Professor
B.S. in Materials Science & Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996.
Ph.D. in Material Science and Engineering from the University of Arizona in 2008 with MME since 2013, more...

Research Areas

  • Nuclear waste forms
  • Radiation effects on materials
  • Magnetic materials and properties
  • Optical ceramics and glasses
  • Electronic transport
  • Sensors
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