Call for PhD School projects
You can submit proposals for new PhD projects until 31 May, 2018.
More information under: https://nanoscience.ch/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2018/04/sniphd_call2018.pdf
Annual Report 2017
The SNI’s Annual Report is now available for all interested parties on the SNI website.
The first part describes some of the highlights of the past year in clear language aimed at a general audience, as well as collating a series of facts and figures.
The second part of the report contains scientific results from PhD projects at the SNI PhD School and from Nano Argovia projects. https://script.nanoscience.unibas.ch/media-pdf/2017_supplement_final_klein.pdf
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SNI at the Lenzburg May market
The Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI) will be at the Lenzburg May market on May 9 to provide visitors with insights into the nano world.
The SNI team will use a small experiment to show how microfluidic systems work. Today, researchers use these systems in a variety of ways. Visitors can use simple materials to create their own fluidic system, which works in a similar way to a pregnancy test and can be used to detect the presence of starch, for example. There will also be puzzles to solve from the fascinating nano world and prizes to be won.
We would be delighted to see you at our stand at Torgasse 71 in Lenzburg.
Registration has recently opened for the Swiss NanoConvention 2018, which will be held at ETH Zurich on June 6–7, 2018. Entrance is free for all SNI members, who can register by entering the SNI code.
More information at: http://swissnanoconvention.ch/2018/registration/