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Advancing nanoscience

Founded in 2002, the Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN) has pursued its mission to advance nanoscience and nanotechnology through nanoHUB has become a successful, scientific end-to-end cloud computing environment, hosting thousands of resources for research, collaboration, teaching, learning, and publishing.


A Committment to Innovation

The National Science Foundation has recently awarded continuing funding for the Network for Computational Nanotechnology to address challenges and serve the growing nanotechnology community. NCN consists of a cyber node responsible for the support and development of the nanoHUB infrastructure, as well as two content nodes with research and educational directives in the areas of nano-manufacturing (nanoMFG) and nano-bio (Engineered nanoBIO).



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