Penn State's gateway to nanoscale science and technology
A High Frequency, Low-power Tunneling Transistor for High Performance Devices at Low Voltage
PSU researchers have proved the feasibility of a new type of transistor that could make possible fast and low-power computing devices for energy constrained applications such as smart sensor networks, implantable medical electronics, and ultra-mobile computing.
Computation from A to Z
Penn State centers and user facilities for nanoscale science and engineering
The Center for Nanoscale Science (MRSEC)
Smart Materials Integration Laboratory
Materials Characterization Laboratory (MCL)
Distinguished Lecture Series - The Convergence of Materials Science and Life Science
The Distinguished Lecture Series highlights world-class researchers in nanobiology, biomaterials, biosensors, biophotonics, microfluidics, molecular imaging and biomolecular engineering. The talks are intended to stimulate new activities at the life science-materials science interface and will be of interest to students and faculty engaged in interdisciplinary research in any science and engineering discipline. It is being jointly sponsored by the Materials Research Institute and the Huck Institutes for the Life Sciences.