NExT – University of Virginia
The Nano and Emerging Technologies Club (NExT) is a student run organization at the University of Virginia devoted to raising awareness and providing a forum for students to learn more about research and development at the cutting edge of science and technology. Although nanotechnology is a particular interest, the organization continues to look at nascent technologies of all kinds and promotes a culture of interdisciplinary collaboration. Each year, NExT and its affiliates work together to facilitate undergraduate research opportunities, support outreach activities, host a regular speaker series, and connect members to industry and academic opportunities.
NETS – University of California, San Diego
Our name stands for the Nanoengineering and Technology Society (NETS). We are an undergraduate student organization dedicated to building and supporting the UC San Diego nanoengineering community of students, faculty, and corporate affiliates. As part of this mission, we conduct social, academic, networking, and professional development events. In addition to this, we support multiple research and outreach opportunities. Join us and be alongside some of the most innovative minds in the new and exciting field of Nanoengineering at UCSD! Members get to collaborate with other like-minded people, and learn about new and exciting discoveries. Meanwhile, our professionally-oriented events help prepare our members for future success.
Meetings are open and we are always looking for new members, so even if you aren’t a Nanoengineering major, come and participate in the forefront of science!
Where inventors are invented! A collaborative community for sharing outrageous ideas. Come and share ideas, get help, or just have fun in our open forum. We have members that span from business to engineering. Whatever skill you need, there’s someone in our community to help you get your brain child off the ground! We strive to make our community a safe place for everyone to share they’re awesome invention ideas! Every person is here to help, not to steal ideas. Your IP is yours, not the OSU’s, not ours.