The RTNN and NNCI are supporting an image contest this month in honor of National Nanotechnology Day. Do you have an image that you think could win most stunning, most unique, or most trompe-l’oeil? If so, learn more and submit your image at the Image Contest Website. The deadline for image submission has been extended until September 25, 2019.
The Chapel Hill Analytical and Nanofabrication Laboratory (CHANL) is hosting its 9th annual Scientific Art Competition! The Scientific Art Competition provides an opportunity to showcase scientific data with artistic appeal. The deadline for submission is March 31, 2017. Submissions should be sent to Dr. Amar Kumbhar (firstname.lastname@example.org) along with a submission form. Anyone can submit to the CHANL scientific art competition, and the work does not need to be produced on CHANL equipment.
This year there will be twelve CASH prizes!
1) Artist’s Choice: 1st Place: $ 50.00, and 3 finalists: $20.00 each
2) People’s Choice: 1st Place: $ 50.00, and 3 finalists: $20.00 each
3) Students’ Choice: 1st Place: $ 50.00, and 3 finalists: $20.00 each
Winners will be announced the week of April 23 at a lunch reception and the CHANL MRS seminar.
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- RTNN Nano Image Contest: The winning image will be highlighted prominently on the RTNN website and awarded $109 in honor of the nanometer. Submissions due October 3, 2016.
- Exploring Light Technologies: October 9, 2016, 1-4 pm, The Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF), will host tours and demonstrations to celebrate the “fun and fascinating power of light.”
- Atom Art, Beauty at the Atomic Scale: September 27 to November 20, 2016, Museum of Life and Science: Dr. Jim LeBeau (NC State), is curator of an upcoming art exhibit highlighting his work examining the atomic structure of different materials.
- How fast can you run 100 billion nanometers? The National Nanotechnology Coordinating Office encourages you to upload photos and videos of yourself running #100BillionNanometers.