Recent advances in nanomaterials and deterministic assembly techniques enable the construction of high performance electronic and optoelectronic systems with 3D layouts and bioresorbable forms.
Potential applications range from temporary biomedical implants to active tissue scaffolds. This talk describes the key concepts in aterials, manufacturing and mechanics.
Everyone is welcome, but seating is limited!
A wide range of activities are eligible for nomination, and any member of the NINT community is eligible for any of the awards. To nominate somebody (or yourself), simply fill out the nomination form with the nominee’s name, award category, and a brief description of how you think this individual merits the award. It is anonymous and will go directly to the NINT awards committee.
NINT supports interdisciplinary collaboration in strategically important areas of nanotechnology by creating a unique environment that merges the best of the university knowledge creation culture with the best of the strategic and focused problem solving culture of a national laboratory to ensure responsible and effective introduction of nanotechnology to the benefit of Canada.