NSF National Nanotechnology Initiative

Military Science Resource Blog Writer
Roy Wright
13 June, 2017 – 14 June, 2017, NSF Hq., Arlington, VA

National Science Foundation – Screen Saver

Nanoscience refers to the ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules, making it possible to build machines on the scale of human cells or create materials and structures from the bottom up with novel properties. Nanoscience could change the way almost everything is designed and made, from automobile tires to vaccines to objects not yet imagined.


Nanosensor Manufacturing Workshop – provide valuable inputs as the NNI agencies continue to plan for scalable manufacturing and commercialization of nanosensors. 

National Nanotechnology Coordination Office ~ Lisa Friedersdorf

Challenges faced during manufacture and responses to these challenges ~ Joseph Stetter, SPEC Sensors

Starting Up with a Nanosensor ~ Mei He, Kansas State University

Scalable Nano and Microscale Printing of Sensors and Electronics ~ Ahmed Busnaina, Northeastern University

Workshop Panel Discussion

Nanosensor Fabrication ~ Michael Huff, MNX

Nanosensor Testing ~ Abhishek Motayed, N5 Sensors, Inc.
~ Susan Rose-Pehrsson, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

Nanosensors for Aerospace & Building Industries ~ Sameh Dardona, United Technologies Research Center

Discussion 

Dorothy Farrell, National Cancer Institute

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