About the Center for Nanoscale Science and the MRSEC program, outreach to industry, and accomplishments of this prestigious Penn State research center
Advances in nanoscale electromagnetics may lead to room temperature multiferroics for improved electronic devices.
The challenge is to master energy and information at the nanoscale. Also, can this technology be used to extract oil from deep underground?
Physics at the nanoscale is different. Spintronics and the building blocks of nanotechnology.
Two groups with different approaches for coupling light with electronics.
Museum shows, workshops, and summer camps bring the nano world to students, teachers, and the general public.
In honor of 150 years of graduate education at Penn State, a second-year electrical engineering graduate student writes about today's research.
Penn State physicists make a breakthrough with the wonder material, graphene.
Reports on an acoustic beam modifier for ultrasonics, self-powered medical devices, a bone graft material, acoustic tweezers for cell studies, the newly opened MRI Nanofabrication Laboratory, and a new and powerful electron microscope coming to MRI.
Details on MRSEC research, seed grant proposal submissions, weekly announcements and activities, etc.