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The DNI coordinates and develops efforts at Drexel University in the broad and interdisciplinary area of nanoscale science and engineering, including research, undergraduate and graduate education, technology transfer, outreach, and dissemination.
This programme focuses on the technologies involved in the miniaturization of electronic and optical devices. The main emphasis is on current microtechnologies including the design and fabrication of microelectronic circuits, microsystems and optoelectronics. In addition to these topics, students can specialize in nanotechnology and nanosystem design or electronics production technology. The programme offers studies in basic materials and circuit theory, processing, functional devices and characterisation.
The vision of CDNA is exploring fundamental aspects of DNA as a programmable tool for directing the assembly of molecules and materials into nanoarchitectures and functional structures.
iNANO commands a variety of facilities for the synthesis of nanostructured/nanopatterned 0D (i.e. nanoparticle), 1D, 2D and 3D materials. These include: equipment for electrospinning, photo- and electron beam-lithography, nanoparticle synthesis (supercritical synthesis), solid-phase peptide synthesis, DNA modification, bioreactors for large-scale protein expression, isotope labelling, and procedures for synthesis of functionalized nanoparticles for targeted drug delivery and bioimaging, aptamers, etc.
LUNA is the acronym for 'The Lundbeck Foundation Nanomedicine Centre for Individualized Management of Tissue Damage and Regeneration'. The centre is doing research in the use of nanomedicine for new drug design, drug delivery, bioimaging and tissue regeneration to support individualized prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular and musculoskeletal diseases. The centre is headed jointly by the iNANO Centre (Aarhus University) and Aarhus University Hospital.
The CNST master/ research programme is a consolidation of advanced courses in physical sciences, life sciences, agriculture sciences, medicine sciences and engineering. The CNST course curriculum we now offer includes basic sciences, applied engineering and biotechnology. The CNST handles academic studies and applied research with a wide range of fields.
The CNST was created to be a unique centre for conducting Nanoscience and Technology studies, thereby realizing the research and also sees to integration of teaching and research pursuits efficiently. The main goal of the Centre for Nanoscience and Technology is to cultivate the right professional for specified fields.
The CNST master/ research programme is a consolidation of advanced courses in physical sciences, life sciences, agriculture sciences, medicine sciences and engineering. The CNST course curriculum we now offer includes basic sciences, applied engineering and biotechnology. The CNST handles academic studies and applied research with a wide range of fields.
The institute has started a M.Tech Course in Nanotechnology in November, 2003. The program comprises of conceptual knowledge of nanoscience and nanotechnology, including preparation of nanomaterials, their characterization and applications.
The programme at the Amity Institute of Nanotechnology comprises of conceptual knowledge of nanoscience and nanotechnology, including preparation of nanomaterials, their characterization and applications. Our eminent faculty takes care of teaching and training the students in the frontier areas of nanotechnology and they have drawn a noteworthy syllabus for the entire course.
The M.Sc. - Nanoscience by Research is a two year full-time degree program from Amity University
Molecular medicine is the study of molecular and cellular phenomena in biological systems that enhances our understanding of human diseases and facilitates discovery research in disease prevention, diagnosis and therapy. The major objective of this program is to expose the students to basic and applied aspects of molecular medicine and train a new generation of young scientists in cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research in this area including molecular diagnostics.
The programme at the Amity Institute of Nanotechnology comprises of conceptual knowledge of nanoscience and nanotechnology, including preparation of nanomaterials, their characterization and applications. Our eminent faculty takes care of teaching and training the students in the frontier areas of nanotechnology and they have drawn a noteworthy syllabus for the entire course.
The Amrita Nano Biomedical Engineering Centre, or ANBEC, has been established to conduct research and development work on devices and components at the interface between biology, medicine and engineering, where nanoscience and technology can provide a significant value added benefit over existing technologies.
The course is designed in such a way that students can explore in depth the application of nanotechnology to biomedical areas. The applications include new implant technologies, regenerative engineering, new nanomedicines to combat cancer and drug resistance, targeted medicines for treatment with reduced side effects, diagnostic technologies using nanomaterials etc.
The M Tech program leans strongly towards hands-on work and is not just a degree based on theory classes. Students are trained in the Center's nanotechnology labs and get an opportunity to participate in the Center's funded research projects grants. All M Tech students are expected to complete thesis work in nanosciences under guidance of the faculty. The program also offers clinical exposure in one of the many operation theatres of the hospital to help students develop an understanding of the medical applications of nanotechnology. In short, this is a pioneering program that aims to develop an all-round scientist and technologist with interdisciplinary specialization in three areas - nanotechnology, biotechnology and medical sciences.
The team at Nano Solar @Amrita is actively pursuing low-cost nanotechnology-based options for both power generation and electrical energy storage. The research is funded by the Department of Science and technology and by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). MNRE has funded a Centre for Excellence in Energy Generation and Storage Using Nanomaterials at Amrita. The Centre is pursuing international collaborative initiatives with Switzerland and Korea and is looking to partner with other international groups with a commitment to low cost nano solar options
The ARC Centre for Functional Nanomaterials was established in November 2003 under the Australian Research Council's Centre of Excellence Program (Reserved Round). The Centre aims to become a world class centre of excellence with leading Australian researchers in nanomaterials
Combines pre-eminent Australian theoretical and experimental research groups in quantum and atom optics. The center's aim is to create a powerful network to advance the rapidly developing field of Quantum-Atom Optics.
The laboratory has an experience of over fifteen years in thin films & coatings technology, fabrication of nanostructured materials, developing/deploying in-situ & real-time monitoring techniques and in Nanometrology. LTFN programs strive to interact with industry and to transfer its technology to industrial users and developers and provide excellently educated graduates and research associates to society.
Interdepartmental-interscientific postgraduate course
The Arizona Institute for Nano-Electronics (AINE) is a coordinated network of research centers focused on ASU research in nanoelectronics, including nanophotonics, molecular electronics, nanoionics and computational nanoscience. AINE's goal is to strongly impact future technology areas related to ultra-low power/ultra-high speed electronics, and hybrid biomolecular electronics at the interface between the biological and electronics worlds.
The Biodesign Institute at ASU addresses today’s critical global challenges in healthcare, sustainability and security by developing solutions inspired from natural systems and translating those solutions into commercially viable products and clinical practices.
The primary aim of the Center for Bioelectronics and Biosensors is to create powerful bioassays for point-of-care diagnostics and a variety of advanced handheld, environmental field microanalyzers. By interfacing three advanced technologies - nanomaterials, biomaterials and electronic transducers - the researchers have the ability to create enhanced biosensors and nanobioelectronics.
Designed as a boundary organization at the interface of science and society, CNS-ASU provides an operational model for a new way to organize research through improved reflexiveness and social learning which can signal emerging problems, enable anticipatory governance, and, through improved contextual awareness, guide trajectories of NSE knowledge and innovation toward socially desirable outcomes, and away from undesirable ones.
 
 
 
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