Topic: Enrico Fermi Award

Dr. Goodenough goes to Washington

Jan. 26, 2010
Dr. Goodenough goes to Washington

It was the first day of the spring 2010 semester and two students were in John Goodenough's office conferring about experiments and research papers. On Goodenough's desk were papers he was to referee. Later, there were classes to teach.

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Professor wins presidential honor for work on lithium-ion batteries

Sept. 21, 2009
Professor wins presidential honor for work on lithium-ion batteries

Engineering Professor John Goodenough, developer of the materials critical to the creation of lightweight and rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, has been awarded the Enrico Fermi Award, one of the most distinguished science and technology honors given by the White House.

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White House Presents 2009 Enrico Fermi Award to John Goodenough for Lifetime Achievements

Sept. 17, 2009

The University of Texas at Austin engineering Professor John Goodenough, who developed materials critical to the development of lightweight and rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, ushering in the wireless revolution, has been awarded the Enrico Fermi Award, one of the most distinguished science and technology honors given by the White House.

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