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Pitt Researchers Invent a Switch That Could Improve Electronics
Pitt News, Nov. 28, 2011 Learn more
Pitt-Led International Study Identifies Human Enzyme That Breaks Down Potentially Toxic Nanomaterials, Opens Door to Novel Drug Delivery
By: Karen Hoffmann, Pitt News, April 6, 2010 Learn more
Building Blocks of Creation: The Age of NanoScience and Technology
By: Jeffery Fraser, Pitt Chronicle, October 11, 2010 Learn more
NIST Gives Pitt $15 Million Grant to Expand Nanoscience, Experimental Physics Facilities
By: Morgan Kelly, Pitt Chronicle, January 25, 2010 Learn more
Taking the Heat: Pitt Team Conquers Hurdle to Nano Devices With First Metallic Nanoparticles Resistant to Extreme Heat
By: Karen Hoffmann, Pitt News, November 29, 2009 Learn more
Hard Rain: Pitt-led Researchers Create Nano-Particle Coating to Prevent Freezing Rain Buildup on Roads, Power Lines
By: Karen Hoffmann, Pitt News, October 28, 2009 Learn more
Dual Devices by Pitt Researchers Harness Carbon Nanomaterials for Enhanced Drug Delivery Systems, Oxygen Sensors
By: Karen Hoffmann, Pitt News, August 16, 2009 Learn more
Pitt Researchers Create Atomic-sized One-stop Shop for Nanoelectronics, From Processors to Sensors
By: Karen Hoffman, Pitt News, February 18, 2009 Learn more
Tiny Viruses Net Pitt Professor Major Award From the National Academy of Sciences
By: Karen Hoffmann, Pitt News, January 28, 2009 Learn more
Creative Problem Solving Across Disciplines
By: Reid R. Frazier, Pitt Chronicle, November 3, 2008 Learn more