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"The Shifting Plate Tectonics of Science," Text Slide 16 of 24

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Slide Title: Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers (NSECs)

Slide Words: 5-year awards via NSF-wide competition renewable for further 5 years

    2001 NSECs
  • Cornell
  • Columbia
  • Harvard
  • Northwestern
  • Rensselaer/Illinois
  • Rice
    2003 NSECs- Manufacturing
  • UCLA
  • Illinois
    2004 Nanoscale Center for Learning and Teaching
  • NWU and partners
    2004 NSECs
  • Northeastern/U Mass Lowell/ U New Hampshire
  • Ohio State
  • Penn
  • Stanford
  • UC-Berkeley
  • Wisconsin
    FY 2005 Competitions
  • Hierarchical Manufacturing
  • Nanotechnology in Society
  • Informal Science Education Network

Slide Image: An image illustrating self-assembly of gold-polymer nanorods resulting in a curved structure (top right corner)

Credit: Chad Mirkin, Northwestern University (image)

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