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Posted by: Editor1 — on February 28, 2008
For a number of years, Frank Gaitan, an associate professor in Southern Illinois University's (Carbondale, Ill). Department of Physics, followed the field of quantum computing from a distance. But, today, he is actively involved in one of the area’s most intriguing research areas – the hunt for the quantum computer. NanoScienceWorks.org talks with Dr. Gaitan about his work.
Posted by: Editor1 — on May 14, 2007
Researchers from the University of Arkansas have shown how nanoscale speed bumps can reduce friction and attractive forces between microscopic parts, helping devices function more smoothly. The work is done at UA’s Nano Mechanics and Tribology Lab, part of UA’s College of Engineering.
The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842 by Rev. Edward F. Sorin, C.S.C., of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an independent, national Catholic university located in Notre Dame, Ind., adjacent to the city of South Bend and approximately 90 miles east of Chicago.
UT Knoxville prides itself on adding value to Tennessee — by educating its students, doing research and creative work that improves quality of life, and reaching out to share expertise with Tennesseans. The University of Tennessee stands in a class by itself as Tennessee's flagship institution and one of the United States' great public research universities.
The University of Cincinnati's Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology (INST) brings together three centers of excellence, the Center for Nanoscale Materials Science, the Center for BioMEMS and Nanobiosystems, and the Center for Nanophotonics, composed of faculty from the Colleges of Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Medicine.