The Rowland Fellowship Program was established to fund young scholars who will perform ground-breaking research program in their chosen field. Rowland Fellows are selected from all areas of experimental science and engineering.  The Fellowship funds independent research for up to five years.

 

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RF Hunter Lab receives 2020 Rowland Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and Undergraduate Program Award

March 5, 2020

The Rowland Foundation has awarded the Hunter Lab and Dan Kurtz, Postdoctoral Fellow, $100,000 for one year to continue the "Rowland Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and Undergraduate Program" that provides mentoring and supervisory experience for a Postdoctoral Fellow and hands-on research experience for an undergraduate research student working with the Postdoctoral Fellow. 

The project will center around exploring carbon...

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Rowland Fellow Katja Taute published in Nature and Harvard Gazette

Rowland Fellow Katja Taute published in Nature and Harvard Gazette

February 28, 2020

A team headed by Rowland Fellow Katja Taute as well as Sander Tans and Tom Shimizu at the AMOLF Institute in Amsterdam have discovered a new mechanism that explains coexistence of bacterial species. In their paper published Feb 19th in Nature, they describe how competition between “movers” and “growers” leads to a balance in which both types can continue to exist alongside...

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photo of W. Hill & C. Friend

New volume of The Art of Electronics series published

January 27, 2020

A new electronics design book in The Art of Electronics series by Paul Horowitz (Harvard Physics) and Winfield Hill (Rowland Institute E.E. Lab) has been published by the Cambridge University Press. The new volume is called, The Art of Electronics: The x-Chapters, "x" is for extra chapters of material not available elsewhere.

The new volume contains over 500 pages of reference material, parasitic properties of components, and advanced analog circuit-design techniques. Plus, two dozen stories, with analysis, of unique Rowland Institute science instrument...

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