2024 Stanford Advanced Materials College Scholarship

Fostering Innovation in Spherical Powder Technology

Stanford Advanced Materials, a leader in the supply of advanced materials for industries across aerospace, technology, medical, and energy, is proud to announce the Stanford Advanced Materials College Scholarship 2024. This scholarship is designed to support the next generation of innovators and researchers in materials science, with a specific focus on projects involving spherical powder technology.

Scholarship Overview

The scholarship aims to foster research and innovation in the field of spherical powder technology. We invite undergraduate and graduate students from accredited American universities to submit their research proposals, projects, or studies that explore the applications, challenges, and advancements in spherical powder technology.


  • $1,000 Scholarship: Awarded to the submission that best demonstrates innovation, practical application, and potential impact within the field of spherical powder technology.
  • Feature on SAM Website: The winning project will be highlighted on the Stanford Advanced Materials website and shared with our industry and academic networks.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Open to high school students, and college students enrolled in two-year and four-year colleges and universities and graduate school programs throughout the United States.
  • Submissions must focus on spherical powder technology and may cover any relevant field, including aerospace, biomedical, energy, and electronics.
  • Projects demonstrating originality, technical feasibility, and potential impact on the advancement of spherical powder technology are highly encouraged.
  • The use of AI-generated content is prohibited and will result in disqualification.

Submission Guidelines

Abstract: Submit a concise abstract (250 words max) outlining the project’s objective, methodology, and significance in the context of spherical powder technology.

Article: A detailed article (around 1000 words), discussing the background, methodology, results, challenges, or potential implications of the project.

Biography: A short biography (150 words max) detailing the applicant's academic background, achievements, experience with spherical powder technology, and motivation for their project.

Note: You are encouraged to submit relevant pictures (e.g., diagrams, charts, photos) that support your article. Ensure you have the right to use these images. By submitting your work, you agree that Stanford Advanced Materials may use your submission for future marketing and educational purposes.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: Sep. 1, 2024

Winner Announcement: Sep. 8, 2024

How to Apply

Applications, including the abstract, project article, and biography, should be submitted via the online form on this page. Ensure all parts of your submission adhere to the guidelines provided. 

About Stanford Advanced Materials

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) is committed to leading the advancement of materials science, supplying high-quality materials for global industries in aerospace, technology, medical, and energy. The Stanford Advanced Materials College Scholarship underscores our commitment to nurturing the innovative talents that will drive future advancements in materials science and technology.

SAM's Special Discounts for College Student Teams

Over the years, SAM has worked with various university laboratories and student teams. We understand sourcing and purchasing customized materials come with many challenges. To help hard-working teams reach their goals, we're now offering advanced chemical materials such as Rare Earth Oxide Powders, high purity Non-ferrous Metals, Rare Earth Fluoride, Sputtering Targets, and Magnets for student organizations at a special discount. Please visit this page for more information.


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About the author

Chin Trento

Chin Trento holds a bachelor’s degree in applied chemistry from the University of Illinois. His educational background gives him a broad base from which to approach many topics. He has been working with writing advanced materials for over four years in Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM). His main purpose in writing these articles is to provide a free, yet quality resource for readers. He welcomes feedback on typos, errors, or differences in opinion that readers come across.

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