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 insulin in response to changes in glucose levels.

Tunneling electroresistance could hold the key to non-silicon memory devices. (IRG3)

Flexible silicon wire thread can be woven into wearable solar cells. (IRG4)

Upcoming Seminars & Events

  • 11/3/2014 12:00 PM

    "Building Blocks for Active Matter"

    Ramin Golestanian, Oxford University
    S-5 Osmond Lab
    MRSEC (863-0007)

  • 11/10/2014 12:00 PM

    "Superconducting Nanowire Seed"

    S-5 Osmond Lab
    MRSEC (863-0007)

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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.
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