OUR VISION: The Center for Macromolecular Science and Engineering promotes interdisciplinary collaboration in our polymer science and engineering program at the University of Florida and serves as a conduit between industry, government and UF. We stress a fundamental approach in our research while seeking solutions to practical problems. We pursue excellence in all our endeavors. Our conduct is characterized by ethics, integrity, and honesty.
"The CMSE would like to wish all students best of luck on their upcoming exams!"
"CMSE Faculty Dr. Brent Sumerlin has a new research group website!"
"Congratulations to Michael Schulz for receiving the 2013 Butler Polymer Research Award."
"Thank you to Sara Klossner, Program Assistant, for her 10 years of dedicated service to the CMSE program."
"CMSE Faculty Dr. Brent Sumerlin was named a Fellow of the RSC this year in May."
"UF Materials Science, Nuclear Engineering Programs present faculty openings"
"CMSE Faculty Tony Brennan was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from the State University of New York (SUNY)"
"CMSE Faculty Jennifer Andrew has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award, NSF's most prestigious award given to early career scientists"
"UF Materials Science and Engineering program ranked Top 10 in undergraduate and graduate programs"
"Professor Franky So and his research group along with the Chemistry Department recently demonstrated "inverted polymer solar cells..."
"The University of Florida Department of Chemistry is ranked 34th in the world."
"UF MSE faculty help verify the First Ice Age Art in the Americas"
The National Science Foundation awards UF $1.5 million for nanotechnology center
Professor George Butler formed the Center in 1970. The Polymer program at UF is among the oldest in the United States.