A Hands-On Introduction to Nanoscience for Scientists and Engineers

Image credit: Dip-Pen Lithography, S. Hong and C.A. Mirkin, Northwestern University Center for Nanofabrication and Molecular Assembly.

If I were asked for an area of science and engineering that will most likely produce the breakthroughs of tomorrow, I would point to nanoscale science and engineering.

-Neal Lane
Former Assistant to the President For Science and Technology and
graduate of OU Department of Physics and Astronomy
Image credit: Anodic Aluminum Oxide, P.R. Larson, K. Hobbs, J.C. Keay, T. Mishima, M.B. Johnson, University of Oklahoma, Center for Semiconductor Physics in Nanostructures.

New York Times article: Tiny Is Beautiful: Translating 'Nano' Into Practical

Get Perpendicular (Hitachi Global Storage Systems)

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