The Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS) is a shared-use core facility at Harvard University. Our scientific focus is the study, design and fabrication of nanoscale structures and their integration into large and complex interacting systems.
At CNS, we help the Harvard and New England research community to create and study very small structures (from tens of microns down to a few atoms in width), and we enable these structures to be incorporated into very complex systems. Our users come from Harvard and other institutions across the country, and from start-ups and established corporations in nearly every field of endeavor.
Areas of current exploration at CNS: Photonics and Optical Computing, Biomimetics, Low-Temperature Physics, Graphene and other 2-D Materials, Diamond-based nano-scale sensors and computing elements, Photo-voltaics, Fuel-Cells, Energy Storage, and many more.
Please have a look around our website, and contact us if you have any questions.
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