Nanotechnology Research Laboratories
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Inspired by the natural biological materials, such as the spider silk, lotus root silk, shells, Professor Cheng's group is focused on bioinspired polymer nanocomposites, including assembly, design and physical properties investigation. Different nanomaterials, such as montmorillonite, carbon nanotubes and graphene oxide, are utilized as building blocks for constructing polymer nanocomposites.
The Institute's aim is to develop green and mass production techniques to make low-cost graphene powders of different qualities, and to investigate properties of such graphene powders in electrical/thermal conductivity, anti-corrosion coating and mechanical reinforcement in strength and flexibility.
The institute conducts research in the areas of piezoelectronics, photonics and nanopiezoelectric generators and other related areas of basic and applied basic research.
The research directions of BNLMS include: (1) structure and transformation of matter; (2) materials chemistry; (3) nanoscience and nanotechnology; (4) polymer science and engineering; (5) chemistry in life science; (6) environmental and energy chemistry.
CAS Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry - Laboratory of Controlled Preparation and Application of Nanomaterials
The lab's research is focused on: Nanomedicine, Quantum dots, Biosensor, Textile, Controllable synthesis, Electronic paper.
This research group focuses on the basis theory and applications of molecular electronics, nano- and micro- ordered thin film, and bionics thin film; on the research of the novel apparatus such as photoelectronic device and biosensor; and on the applications of nanomaterial system in controlled drug release.
The research of NPDL focuses on nanoscale physics and nanoscale devices.
COSDAF woks in the areas of nanomaterials & nanotechnology, organic light-emitting devices (OLED), nanodiamond and superhard thin films
The group is devoted to fundamental research on the catalysis on nanocatalysts and interface chemistry, with the emphasis on the development and employment of appropriate methods and technologies in order to understand the nature of catalysis.
In partnership with local industries, NAMI will conduct market-driven, demand-led development of nanotechnology and advanced materials.