UD's Rossiny Beaucejour and Krittika Madadi gave winning presentations at ABRCMS, the largest professional conference for minority students pursuing science, technology, engineering and math.

Rossiny Beaucejour, who is pursuing his senior thesis in the Multifunctional Composites Laboratory presented at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in Nashville, Tenn., last month, winning first place in Nanotechnology.

Rossiny, who is also a McNair Scholar at UD, presented a poster, “Locally Patterned Carbon Nanotubes for Bio-Inspired Sensing of Deformation and Damage in Composite Materials.” (read more)