Center for Nanoscale Materials at Argonne National Laboratory
The Center for Nanoscale Materials at Argonne National Laboratory is a national resource designed to foster new research capabilities in nanoscale synthesis and processing. The centerâ€™s mission includes supporting basic research and advanced instrument-ation development for the creation of novel materials, using both top-down and bottom-up self-assembly, that provides new insights at the nanoscale level. The CNM houses expertise in several integrated scientific themes including electronic and magnetic materials & devices, nanobio interfaces, nanophotonics, and x-ray imaging, as well as enabling capabilities such as synthesis and self-assembly, nanofabrication, nanocharacterization, and theory and modeling. A hard x-ray nanoprobe, currently being built at the adjacent Advanced Photon Source, will provide fluorescence, diffraction, and transmission imaging at a spatial resolution of 30 nm or better. Users are invited to submit proposals requesting free access to this suite of affiliated laboratories as well as the CNM research programs.
Web site: nano.anl.gov