2018 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2016 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For fundamental contributions to the understanding of carbon nanotube and graphene soft phases, and for the development of routes for making novel carbon nanotube soft conductors for interfacing with biological systems
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Strong, Light, Multifunctional Fibers of Carbon Nanotubes with Ultrahigh Conductivity
Natnael Behabtu;Colin C. Young;Dmitri E. Tsentalovich;Olga Kleinerman.
Macroscopic, Neat, Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Fibers
Lars M. Ericson;Hua Fan;Haiqing Peng;Virginia A. Davis.
Spontaneous high-concentration dispersions and liquid crystals of graphene
Natnael Behabtu;Jay R. Lomeda;Micah J. Green;Amanda L. Higginbotham.
Nature Nanotechnology (2010)
Carbon nanotube-enhanced thermal destruction of cancer cells in a noninvasive radiofrequency field
Christopher J. Gannon;Paul Cherukuri;Boris I. Yakobson;Laurent Cognet.
True solutions of single-walled carbon nanotubes for assembly into macroscopic materials
Virginia A. Davis;A. Nicholas G. Parra-Vasquez;Micah J. Green;Micah J. Green;Pradeep K. Rai.
Nature Nanotechnology (2009)
Continuous and scalable fabrication of transparent conducting carbon nanotube films.
Budhadipta Dan;Glen C. Irvin;Matteo Pasquali.
ACS Nano (2009)
Phase Behavior and Rheology of SWNTs in Superacids
Virginia A. Davis;Lars M. Ericson;A. Nicholas G. Parra-Vasquez;Hua Fan.
Toward Nanotechnology-Enabled Approaches against the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Carsten Weiss;Marie Carriere;Laura Fusco;Laura Fusco;Ilaria Capua.
ACS Nano (2020)
Dissolution of Pristine Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Superacids by Direct Protonation
Sivarajan Ramesh;Lars M. Ericson;Virginia A. Davis;Rajesh K. Saini.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004)
Formation of beads-on-a-string structures during break-up of viscoelastic filaments
Pradeep P. Bhat;Santosh Appathurai;Michael T. Harris;Matteo Pasquali.
Nature Physics (2010)
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