Teaneck student in nanoparticle research group at YU
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Teaneck student in nanoparticle research group at YU

Fredy Zypman, a professor of physics and the chair of the physics department at Yeshiva University’s Yeshiva College, sees the key to big advances in a better understanding of something small: nanoparticles. (Courtesy YU)
Fredy Zypman, a professor of physics and the chair of the physics department at Yeshiva University’s Yeshiva College, sees the key to big advances in a better understanding of something small: nanoparticles. (Courtesy YU)

Chaim Metzger of Teaneck is among four Yeshiva College student researchers who will work with Dr. Fredy Zypman, using a $412,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

Working with Steven Eppell, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Zypman will use the NSF grant to develop a groundbreaking technique that will allow scientists to map and measure electrical charge distribution on the surface of nanoparticles and tiny molecules. Dr. Eppell will collect the experimental data, and Dr. Zypman will focus on theoretical analysis and software development at YU.

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