RTNN Accepting Proposals for Kickstarter Program

The RTNN is now accepting applications for its Kickstarter Program. This program provides free access to RTNN facilities to new and non-traditional users with limited experience, resources, and/or financial means. This program has supported over forty projects by providing more than 800 hours of instrument and staff time. For more information please visit the Kickstarter Website. Please direct any questions about this program to rtnanonetwork@ncsu.edu. Hurry the spring priority deadline is April 13, 2018!

RTNN Lunch and Learn at UNC-Chapel Hill

Come learn about unique capabilities that could aid in your research! Over lunch, Roberto Garcia (lab manager of NC State’s Analytical Instrumentation Facility, AIF), Dr. John Muth (director of the NC State Nanofabrication Facility, NNF) and Dr. Mark Walters (director of Duke’s Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility, SMIF) will highlight instrumentation at their respective facilities. The RTNN will provide free lunch to all attendees. This talk will take place at UNC: Chapman Hall, Room 125.