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Our Research Focus Areas
JSNN has six research focus areas —nanobioscience, nanometrology, nanomaterials (with special emphasis on nanocomposite materials), nanobioelectronics, nanoenergy, and computational nanotechnology.
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JSNN Scientists discover a new material for cleansing wastewater from Lithium – a harmful, yet valuable element
Dr. Rathnayake, an Associate Professor of Nanoscience, and Sheeba Dawood, a PhD Candidate in Nanoscience, have devised a new way to remove lithium from petroleum wastewater. Their process involves developing a proprietary lithium-trapping filter derived from a renewable resource. The filter consists of an electrospun polymer designed to trap lithium. The project is a result […]
Congratulations JSNN May 2020 Graduates
To the Class of 2020 – Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Future Nanoscience PhD’s Graduates: Zuowei Ji – PhD Nanoscience Dissertation Title – Carbon Nanodots (CNDs): Tuning Structures and Functions in Oxidative Radical Interactions Favorite memory at JSNN – Made friends with some wonderful people. Proudest Accomplishment while at JSNN – Got my PhD done. […]
Congratulations Mr. Kendall Dawkins
Mr. Kendall Dawkins, a Nanoengineering master student who is supervised by Dr. Iyer, has received the NC A&T Chancellor’s Distinguished fellowship to pursue his Ph.D. at JSNN starting the fall of 2020.