Our partners in Santa Barbara, Bruker Nano, has initiated a series of training courses online. Register for the live training session or watch the recording post live-event. These one-hour sessions are designed to provide in-depth detail and instruction on specific "mini-topics", making learning easy and digestible.
The NPC Lab has recently installed a brand new AFM. The Bruker Dimension FastScan provides dramatic improvements in speed and usability for high-resolution AFM imaging. While we have said goodbye to the Dimension 5000, we are excited to provide this new capability to our Users.
A self-organized network of inorganic synapses provides a unique approach toward the development of brain-like computers. Recent work by the NPC Team is highlighted be the WPI Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics.
A new piece in the LA Times highlights the efforts of Gimzewski and Stieg at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to produce cognitive technologies based on self-organized nanoarchitecures.