Nanotechnology Research at Penn State
Resources and information about the extensive nanotech research at Penn State.
June 21-25, 2010 - Anaheim, CA
Don Mothersbaugh, Associate Director of the Industrial Research Office, will be presenting Penn State's nanotechnology research and expertise at the TechConnect and Nanotech 2010 conferences in Anaheim.
Penn State Statistics:
- Ranked #1 by the NSF among universities for materials research expenditures
- More than 200 faculty members who are materials scientists, and nearly 100 who are nanotechnologists
- $110 million nanotechnology funding from federal agencies since 2000
- State-of-the-art, 275,000 square foot, $125 million nano/bio/materials complex, The Millennium Science Complex, is currently under construction