The Latest from the NanoCenter


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Jan 07 2010

New methodology could reduce cost of catalytic material

The team of Prof. John Van Zee and John Monnier from the Department of Chemical Engineering have been working on a new methodology based on electroless deposition to prepare controlled structure core-shell nanoparticles that can address the issue of catalytic material cost for PEMFC development.

Jan 06 2010

Dr. Jochen Lauterbach named new chaired professor

Well-known catalysis researcher Dr. Jochen Lauterbach appointed as CoEE Endowed Chair of Clean Coal and Director of the new Center of Strategic Approaches to the Production of Electricity from Coal.

Jan 06 2010

SEIN team member publishes new book

Kevin Elliott’s new book to be published by Oxford University Press this year.

Dec 14 2009

University Seeks Assistant Professor in Polymer Nanotechnology

The University is considering candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Polymer Nanotechnology.

Sep 18 2009

NSF Award to Study Chirally Separated Carbon nanotubes

Professors Navid Saleh and Sabo-Attwood received NSF award to study environmental effects of single-wall carbon nanotubes.

Aug 06 2009

Citizens' School for the Environment

The Fall 2009 South Carolina Citizens' School for the Environment will begin September 15.

Jul 22 2009

Inorganic Nanoscience Award To Harvard's Charles Lieber

CHARLES M. LIEBER, Mark Hyman Jr. Professor of Chemistry at Harvard University (http://cmliris.harvard.edu/people/CML.php) , is the winner of the 2009 Inorganic Nanoscience Award presented by the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry to honor excellent research. The award is sponsored by the NanoCenter of the University of South Carolina (www.nano.sc.edu).

Jul 13 2009

"Ivory Tower to Marketplace"

"Ivory Tower to Marketplace: An Entrepreneurship Laboratory" is an exciting new course jointly sponsored by USC’s Honors College, the Moore School of Business, and the USC NanoCenter

Jun 30 2009

Nano Shuttle Service into Cells

A team of researchers working at the University of South Carolina's NanoCenter have developed a way to shuttle molecules into cells.

Jun 22 2009

Landmark Study on Nanomaterials and the Environment

Landmark study of researchers at the University of South Carolina’s Nanocenter, working with scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Charleston provide data of fate and transport of gold nanoparticles in complex ecosystem.

Jun 08 2009

Carolina Master Scholar Program for Bionanotechnology

June 8 - June 12, 2009 High school students from South carolina lear about Bionanotechnology

May 14 2009

Carolina Business Review features Vogt

Carolina Business Review on May 15th 2009 features panel discussion with Tom Vogt & Doug Copeland

Apr 08 2009

New Center for Nanoenvironmental Research & Risk Assessment

University of South Carolina endowed chair search begins for new center for nanoenvironmental research & risk assessment