The equipment will be used for research to develop and create nanodevices.
Henry Pinto, School of Physical Sciences and Nanotechnology, is part of the NAMUS organization committee.
Two Yachay Tech students and a professor presented a scientific publication at the XXI Argentinian Congress of Bioengineering.
The School of Physical Sciences and Nanotechnology presents this open workshop to the community
Maria Rosa Preciado won a trip to Huawei Base Station in China
To access the complete press release in English please click on this link: https://medienportal.univie.ac.at/presse/aktuelle-pressemeldungen/detailansicht/artikel/chemically-tailored-graphene/
Physicists can collaborate, but sometimes they break up. Hiskazu Minakata’s last paper results from a three year discussion with his collaborator
An award to science and hard work
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