Yes yes, I'm being a dick. Today's word encounter (at work):
luher (should be luer - common medical device term)
Using "would" instead of "will" or "shall"
There are several US universities with good polymer programs. I'm assuming
from your note that you want to avoid the ones that are more applied
engineering focused such as U. Mass Lowell or Ferris State. There are
several that have a good balance of theory and practice. The ones that come
readily to mind are:
- U. Mass. Amherst (Chemistry Dept.)
- Virginia Polytech (Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Depts.)
- University of Tennessee (Chemistry & Material Science & Engineering
- University of Akron (Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Depts.)
- University of Texas (Chemical Engineering Dept.)
- University of Cincinnati (Chemistry Dept.)
I'm sure others will come up with their own list of favorites.
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