The CUNY Advanced Science Research Center, located in Manhattan, brings the nation’s largest urban public university to a landmark moment in its decade-long, multibillion-dollar commitment to innovative science. The $350-million, 200,000-square-foot world-class center will focus CUNY initiatives in five dynamic fields of applied science: Nanotechnology, Photonics, Structural Biology, Neuroscience and Environmental Sciences.
- Nature Chemistry Cover Features Breakthrough ASRC Nanomaterials Research | June 26, 2018
- ASRC Researcher Receives U.S. Navy Award to Advance Evaporation Energy Harvesting | May 23, 2018
- Scientists Create Nanomaterials that Reconfigure in Response to Biochemical Signals | April 30, 2018
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C. Carbonell, D.J. Valles, A.M. Wong, M.W. Tsui, M. Niang, A.B. Braunschweig, Massively Multiplexed Tip-Based Photochemical Lithography under Continuous Capillary Flow, CHEM., 2018.
Y. Gao, T. Cao, F. Cellini, C. Berger, W.A. de Heer, E. Tosatti, E. Riedo and A. Bongiorno, Ultrahard carbon film from epitaxial two-layer graphene, Nature Nanotechnology, 2017, doi:10.1038/s41565-017-0023-9.
A. Lampel, Scott A. McPhee, H.-A. Park, G.G. Scott, S. Humagain, D.R. Hekstra, B. Yoo, P.W.J.M. Frederix, T.-D. Li, R.R. Abzalimov, S.G. Greenbaum, T.Tuttle, C. Hu, C.J. Bettinger and R.V. Ulijn, Polymeric Peptide Pigments with Sequence-encoded Properties, Science, 2017, 356, 1064.