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Nanotechnology: Home

Electronic and print resources for nanotechnology and nanoscience.

Introduction

The Nanotechnology subject guide brings together resources for finding books, articles and other resources for students nd reearchers in this interdisciplinary field.

What is Nanotechnology?

"The branch of technology that deals with dimensions and tolerances of 1 to 100 nanometres, or, generally, with the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules." - Oxford English Dictionary

Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary field, drawing expertise from materials chemistry and engineering, biotechnology, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, among other fields.

Welcome

AFN unage of 15nm pores in square array

Array of 15 nanometer pores created by block co-polymer lithography at the California NanoSystems Institute, UCSB.

Atomic force microscope photo from Prof. Craig Hawker's research group.

News from California NanoSystems Institute, UCSB

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