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.
Images captured using electron microscopes housed in RTNN’s Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF) at Duke are featured in a recent Duke News article. Read the whole story here and see amazing images of horseflies and weevils at 300,000x magnification.
- 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.
Kurt Lesker will hold a vacuum course prior to the MRS/ASM/AVS Joint Symposium presented by Joe Becker. If you are interested in attending, please contact Roberto Garcia at email@example.com.
You are invited to a joint workshop hosted by Bruker and Duke University, including technical talks and live Dimension FastScan AFM demonstrations. Be part of the latest advances in AFM microscopy. Bring samples and reserve a time slot for one-on-one time with our applications experts.