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The Collegiate Nanotechnology Society is a club at Virginia Tech University.
The Northwestern University Nanotechnology Club (nanoNU) is a student run organization with broad goals of promoting science and engineering at the nanoscale level. The purpose of our organization is to raise awareness of current research and potential applications of nanotechnologies, build an interdisciplinary community of students with a focus on nanotechnologies, and promote opportunities for student research and internships. Additionally, our club strives to facilitate interactions and connections between faculty, industry professionals, and students. Each year, nanoNU presents an array of events including a series of seminars, networking opportunities with faculty and industry representatives, outreach activities to local schools, undergraduate research opportunities, and field trips to laboratories.
UCF Nano Club
UCF Nano Club is a student organization formed by students in the M.S. Nanotechnology program at UCF. Our mission is to promote cohesiveness and encourage communication among students, researchers, and faculty who are interested or involved in Nanotechnology across a wide range of disciplines.
NANO Student Organization
New Advancements in Nanotechnology Organization (NANO) is a student organization at the University of South Florida that aims to educate the student body about the new technological advancements in the field of Nanotechnology. This organization highlights new scientific technology that is heavily impacting the pharmaceutical, medicinal and engineering fields of study. They serve both an educational and social function, offering students with different educational backgrounds the opportunity to engage, discuss and develop new ideas and thoughts about the field of Nanotechnology. Current interesting topics with room for studying & collaborating are advances in nanoelectronics, nanobiotechnology, biosensing, nano-diagnostics, nanoimaging, and other innovative areas of research and their applications in medicine, pharmacy and more.