Welcome to the Center for Nanoscale Science - an NSF MRSEC


Craig Fennie
Congratulations to Craig Fennie (IRG1), who has been named a MacArthur Fellow!

Enzyme micropumps (IRG2) power the release of insulin in response to changes in glucose levels.

Flexible silicon wire thread can be woven into wearable solar cells. (IRG3)

Move over Romulans, optical metamaterials offer a new angle on cloaking. (IRG4)

Upcoming Seminars & Events

  • 4/20/2015 12:00 PM

    "Plasmonic Semiconductor Nanoparticles: Copper (iron) Sulfides"

    Dr. Kate Plass, Franklin & Marshall College
    S-5 Osmond Lab
    MRSEC (863-0007)

  • 4/27/2015 12:00 PM

    S-5 Osmond Lab
    MRSEC (863-0007)

National science Foundation Logo

Copyright 2013 - The Pennsylvania State University
The Pennsylvania State University Privacy and Legal Statements.
Support for the Center for Nanoscale Science is provided through the NSF Grant DMR-08-20404, part of the NSF MRSEC Program. Additional support is provided by Penn State University, Materials Research Institute, and by Pennsylvania Ben Franklin Technology Development Fund.
327 Davey Laboratory, University Park PA 16802 - 814-863-0007

Website inquiries: mri-web@psu.edu

Copyright - Affirmative Action - Alternative Media