Topic:Nanotechnology

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Welcome to the Division of Nanotechnology, a division of Interdisciplinary Studies, the School of Engineering, and the Department of Materials Science.

The Center for Nanotechnology provides a multi-disciplinary approach in cooperation with Engineering and Technology the School of Physics and the Department of Molecular Biology.

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Learning resources and projects[edit]

Active participants[edit]

Rotating diagram of carbon nanotubes.

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  • Dr SHOEB82

Division news[edit]

  • September 16, 2006 - Division founded!
  • February 26, 2007 - Added some related news items to the department page.

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Scholarly papers[edit]

Open source software[edit]

  • SXM++ - Program to capture data from scanning tunneling microscopes

Related news[edit]

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