News & Events
NNIN congratulates Professor William E. Moerner, Stanford University, and Professor Shuji Nakamura, UCSB, NNIN users and 2014 Nobel prize winners
The fifty-eight participants in the NNIN REU program will gather at Georgia Tech Aug. 10-14, 2014 for the Annual NNIN REU Convocation.
NNIN staff from Cornell, Georgia Tech, Penn State, and Minnesota participated in the 3d USA Science and Engineering Festival in DC, April 15-27, 2014.
A completely redesigned web site for NNIN's K-12 oriented nanotechnology magazine, Nanooze, has been launched.
Hitachi High Technologies America (HTA) has completed a case study in conjunction with NNIN on the use of the TM3000 table top SEM for STEM Education.
NNIN helps Dalton Public School students look deeper into science
NNIN's science magazine for children, Nanooze, in a print-ready edition in Spanish.
Professor Karl F. Bohringer has agreed to assume sole directorship of both the NTUF and the UW NSF NNIN center.
The University of Minnesota is constructing a new 155,000 square foot facility to house experimental physics and nanotechnology.
David Gottfried, Ph.D., NNIN Staff member at Georgia Tech has been named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society.