• Women's History Month

    Women's History Month

    Today for Women's History Month, we're celebrating Rebecca Klaper! Read more

  • Surfaces that Stand up to the World: A Conversation with Miguel Galvez

    Surfaces that Stand up to the World: A Conversation with Miguel Galvez

    This week’s Tech Pathways podcast episode highlights the promise of hydrophobic coatings in commercial products as well as the challenges start-ups face. Our guest this week is Miguel Galvez, CEO of NBD Nano. Read more

  • Levitating Objects with Light

    Levitating Objects with Light

    Physicists at the California Institute of Technology have designed a method that theoretically could levitate and propel objects using only light waves. Read more

  • Biosensor May Provide Better Cancer Diagnosis

    Biosensor May Provide Better Cancer Diagnosis

    Researchers have developed a new biological sensor that could help clinicians better diagnose cancer and epilepsy. Biological sensors monitor small molecules, ions, and protons and are vital as medical diagnostic tools. Read more

  • Defects Help Nanomaterial Soak Up More Pollutant in Less Time

    Defects Help Nanomaterial Soak Up More Pollutant in Less Time

    By introducing defects into the structure of a metal-organic framework, researchers have found that they could increase the amount of toxic pollutants that the metal-organic framework could hold, as well as the speed with which it could adsorb them. Read more




Nanotechnology Commercialization

NNI agencies are collaborating with industry to facilitate the commercialization of federally funded nanotechnology discoveries.
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Teaching about Nanotechnology

These resources can help K–12 teachers  incorporate nanotechnology in their classrooms.
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Networks and Communities

The NNCO facilitates various networks and communities, including the U.S. Nano and Emerging Tech Student and Teacher Networks, the U.S.-EU Communities of Research, and a developing Entrepreneurship Community of Interest.
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