Integrated Nanostructured Systems (INS)

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Enabling collaborations in nanoscience and nanotechnology, areas where innovation can revolutionize our world.

Through collaborative grants, workshops, and academic conferences, we are fostering a research environment that has already yielded groundbreaking research in the field of integrated nanostructured systems, involving structures 10,000-times smaller than the width of a human hair. 

Learn More About This Strength

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Learn more about the research of faculty affiliated with the Strategic Strength in Integrated Nanostructured Systems.
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Faculty involved in INS come from all over UB. Working with numerous departments and research centers, INS is a focal point for Nanoscience.
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INS researchers focus on several major areas of study.
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INS maintains a set of centrally-coordinated instruments that supports research in nanoscience, as well as related physics, engineering, and materials research. All facilities are available to both UB faculty and external users, for modest cost-recovery fees.