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Nanotechnology is key to the progressive landscape of renewable energy. The next generation of solar energy solutions, electricity storage devices, and lightweight conductive materials will rely heavily on groundbreaking team-built nanoscience. CNSI’s robust research collaborations have taken lead positions in the development of more efficient, cost-effective materials and devices that generate, store, and conserve energy.

Our world-class technology centers and expert research staff make CNSI a one-stop hub for characterization and fabrication of leading-edge materials. Our diverse teams of researchers are meeting the grand challenges of today’s energy needs, moving toward a world of renewable resources and sustainability.

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December 14, 2021 | UCLA Electrical Engineering Professor Mona Jarrahi First in Public University to Win IET A F Harvey Engineering Research Prize

December 14, 2021 | UCLA Electrical Engineering Professor Mona Jarrahi First in Public University to Win IET A F Harvey Engineering Research Prize

Mona Jarrahi, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering, has been awarded the 2021 A F Harvey Engineering Research Prize from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), making her the first faculty from a...

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November 4, 2021 | Advanced 3D cell imager added to CNSI’s light microscopy resources

November 4, 2021 | Advanced 3D cell imager added to CNSI’s light microscopy resources

The Leica THUNDER Imager. The instrument removes out-of-focus light in real time, offering the best quality widefield images possible for studying live cells, cell cultures, tissue samples, stem cells, spheroids, organoids and more. The THUNDER Imager is available for use at the Advanced Light Microscopy and Spectroscopy Lab, an open-access Technology Center in the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA.

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