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Maria Baldini is the Synchrotron X-Ray Coordinator for EFree.

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Li Zhu joins the Geophysical Laboratory as a postdoctoral associate from the University of Basel. Li is working with Timothy Strobel on the development of a reaction pathway prediction method to be able to apply the method and predict reaction pathways and transition states.

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Matthew Ward joins the Geophysical Laboratory as a postdoctoral associate working with Tim Strobel on the synthesis of high pressure carbon materials. Matthew is also interested in solid-state synthesis and x-ray crystallography.

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Qianqian Wang is a postdoctoral associate from Yanshan University working with Tim Strobel. She is working on diamond anvil cells and large-volume synthesis experiments, as well as density functional theory calculations for creating novel carbon-based materials with superlative properties.

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Hanyu Liu is a postdoctoral associate carrying out theoretical and computational studies in support of current EFree projects and also contributing to the development of a new project focusing on hydrogen-rich materials.

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Washington, DC— For the first time, researchers, including GL's Viktor Struzhkin, have experimentally produced a new class of materials blending hydrogen with sodium that could alter the superconductivity landscape and could be used for hydrogen-fuel cell storage.

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Yuming Xiao is a beamline scientist at HPCAT of Geophysical Laboratory. He received his Ph.D. from Department of Applied Science at University of California, Davis in 2007.

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Maddury Somayazulu is the CDAC laboratory manager and research scientist at the Geophysical Laboratory.

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Ivan Naumov’s research interests are in theoretical modeling and understanding of real materials with considerable fundamental and/or technological relevance.

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Ho-kwang Mao's research centers on ultra-high pressure physics, chemistry, material sciences, geophysics, geochemistry and planetary sciences using diamond-anvil cell techniques that he has pioneered. He received a Ph.D. and M.S. from University of Rochester in 1968 and 1966, and a B.S.

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