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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.
Our mission is to forge partnerships with scientists and researchers from industry, academia and government, working together to create impactful scientific research that drives change. Whether you’re looking to further your education or create a dynamic research collaboration, JSNN is here to partner with you. Come and explore the possibilities with us.
DARPAConnect Regional Popup: North Carolina
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Applied Research Institute (ARI), Tougaloo College Research and Development Foundation (TCRDF), and the North Carolina Defense Technology Transition office (DEFTECH), a component of the NC Military Business Center, are excited to invite you to the DARPAConnect North Carolina Regional Pop-up event at the The Joint School of […]
Congratulations to Drs. Jeff Alston and Dennis LaJeunesse
Congratulations to Professors Jeff Alston (Dept. of Nanoengineering) and Dennis LaJeunesse (Dept. of Nanoscience) on receiving a UNC System Undergraduate Research Program Award (URPA) for a project entitled “DIVERSIFY-NANO: Driving Inclusivity and Versatility in Education and Research through Synergistic Fusion of Innovative Nanotechnology, AI-Enhanced Research Design, and Communication for Undergraduates.” Research with undergraduate students is aligned with the UNC System’s […]
Congratulations to Dean Obare
Congratulations to Dean Sherine Obare and her array of collaborators at NC A&T State University, UNC Greensboro, Fayetteville State University, and Winston-Salem State University on receiving a UNC System Research Opportunities Initiative (ROI) Award worth $1.5 million for a project entitled “Next Generation Protective Materials for Soldier Empowerment (NextGen Promise)”. This is a significant accomplishment since only three […]