The public is invited to
the 2017 Nano Expo at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology to
learn how cutting-edge nanotechnologies can change the future.
ninth annual event, from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, April 22, will show how small-scale
technology is making a big impact. Research will cover a range of topics,
flexible solar cells, bio-imaging, nanowires, quantum dots, thermal insulating
composites, nano fibers and more.
students studying nanoscience and nanoengineering will showcase their work in
the Bump lounge of the Surbeck Center. Refreshments will be provided. Admission
Dakota Mines’ nanoscience and nanoengineering Ph.D. program is an
interdisciplinary doctoral program focusing on the science and engineering of
nanomaterials. The goal is to manipulate matter at the atomic and nano-length
scales where new materials and phenomena have been discovered.
university’s program offers a research-intensive degree, with faculty and
students participating from the chemistry and physics departments, as well as
the chemical, electrical, materials, metallurgical and mechanical engineering
Dakota Mines is one of the institutions participating in the Bio-chemical
Spatio-temporal NeTwork Resource (BioSNTR), whose mission is to create the
tools and expertise needed to catalyze innovation and discovery in bio-science