Covers everything soup to nuts in just about anything nano materials related of substance. (I'll point out that those getting RSS feeds on PDAs might need a PC to get past the flash front page.) Most NIMS labs 10+? seem to have the requisite Scanning Probe Microscope. Each and every group has a narrow enough project focus complemented by notable bench depth of staff to persue their work with vigor.
There is enough description of each groups work to get a good understanding of the their respective emphasis of the research work.
I will be reading more from their pages in the coming weeks and will post interesting highlights.
From the quick glance I have taken, it reminds me of what Bell Labs used to be, but with the focus on anything and everything in nanomaterials - where the real action is in nano today.
As to more trendy nano PR - this has NONE - the research is ALL meat and potatoes.
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