Columbia researchers developing commerical applications for nanoparticles outside

We visited Columbia University last week, to hear about nanotech work at the university which takes place outside the school’s Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC), which focuses on molecular electronics, and Center for Nanostructured Materials, which looks at ceramic nanoparticles. Resea...

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