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Faculty and courses are already aligned with this program, which offers a unique opportunity for students to experience and join the nano era early in their careers. Click here to learn more.

Maryland NanoCenter sees a major challenge for nanotechnology in the development of creative scientists, innovative engineers, and a skilled workforce. Contributions to nano science, engineering, and technology demand unprecedented cross-disciplinary education, as well as exposure to new instruments, materials, and concepts. The Nano Minor, administered through the Materials Science and Engineering department, brings together three Colleges and many perspectives on nano, offering students a comprehensive exposure to the fundamentals and applicaitons of nano, as well as a close-up, even hands-on, experience in fabrication and characterization aspects of nanotechnology.

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