The Latest from the NanoCenter
Dec 02 2010
Dr. Navid Saleh has been selected as the new nano-environmental thrust leader at the USC NanoCenter.
Dec 01 2010
USC has reached an agreement with DuPont pertaining to the development of new materials utilizing a breakthrough technique in preparing polymers and polymer nanocomposites employing RAFT technology.
Oct 18 2010
The Interdisciplinary Mathematics Institute (IMI) and the NanoCenter at the University of South Carolina are planning to have a joint research seminar on “New Frontiers in Imaging and Sensing" in Spring 2011.
Oct 15 2010
In April 2010, American Chemical Society awarded a Summer I Project Seed to University of South Carolina (USC) to support two high school students from economically disadvantaged families for summer research.
Oct 12 2010
Dr. Frank Osterloh receives the 2010 ACS "Inoganic Nanoscience Award"
Oct 06 2010
Nanotechnology program for engineering undergraduates
Sep 27 2010
A $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to Professors Alan Decho and Brian Benicewicz at the University of South Carolina will fund a study on how nanoparticles can be used to change the way that antibiotics are delivered to cells.
Aug 20 2010
Listen to Michael Bolick describe how SELAH Technolgies and LAB21 interacted with the USC NanoCenter
Jun 30 2010
Frank E. Osterloh, associate professor of chemistry at UC Davis wins the 2010 Nanoscience Award of the ACS Inorganic Chemistry Division sponsored by the Nanocenter at the University of South Carolina.
Jun 16 2010
Chuanbing Tang's research group synthesizes cobalt-containing polymers with potential use in catalytic, optical, magnetic and biological applications.
Mar 23 2010
A research team from South Carolina, Delaware and Japan were able to image subtle structural details of a catalyst.
Mar 16 2010
Using cotton t-shirts as both a template and a carbon source B4C nanowire-carbon microfiber hybrid structures were made that might find use as light-weight body armor.
Jan 22 2010
The Feynman Anniversary Symposium takes place at the University of South Carolina on Friday and Saturday, 12 and 13 February 2010.
Jan 07 2010
Through a collaborative effort, the Prof. Rick Adams and his research group in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, along with their collaborators in the UK, have developed a new catalytic approach to the synthesis of niacin.
Jan 07 2010
Prof. Branko Popov’s research group has developed a novel TiO2-supported Pt electrocatalyst that shows excellent PEM fuel cell performance and exhibits ultrahigh stability against corrosion.