Nanotechnology is all about thinking big on a small scale. The possibilities of nanotechnology are innumerable, with the potential to touch virtually every facet of applied science — from high-tech manufacturing to nanomaterials in the field of medicine. The University’s expertise in this branch of science is significant, with a large number of faculty members and graduate students currently engaged in nanotechnology research spanning many academic disciplines, including potentially life-enhancing work taking place at the UConn Health Institute for Regenerative Engineering in Farmington, Connecticut.
Anson Ma, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor; Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; The Institute of Materials Science
James Rusling, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry; Professor of Surgery; Chemistry Department; Institute of Materials Science (IMS); Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP), UConn Storrs; Surgery and Naeg Cancer Center, UConn Health
Leslie Shor, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor; Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering; The Institute of Materials Science
Mei Wei, Ph.D.
Professor, Materials Science & Engineering and Dean for Research and Graduate Education