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Why Build Things Small?: Shrinking the Electronic Circuit
In this activity, students learn there are several reasons for "building things small": for the sake of technology and of science. Nanoscale science and engineering, the fabrication and analysis of objects, devices, and...
Fostering Creativity and Innovation in Engineering Students
In a recent article in Harvard Business Review, it's argued that a country's economic compositeness is tied directly to its ability to mobilize and harness the creative energies of its people. Although America may be...
In this activity, students review applications of nanotechnology and discuss issues involved in cutting edge technology. The purpose of thie activity is to get students to think about how different advances in...
Teaching Basic Nanofabrication Processing Using Core Facilities
Nanofabrication is "manipulating and assembling materials atom by atom" and it is used to create materials, devices, and systems with new and unique properties. This involves the application of nanofabrication...
Vacuum Function Operation and Systems
The understanding of vacuum function and systems is essential for students and employees working within the micro- and nanofabrication industry. This presentation/webinar highlights the use, construction, and examples...
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