Sand Dollar Selenium (Se) NanotubesThe Triumph of FractalThree-dimensional (3D) mesostructured semiconductors show promising properties and applicationsOxford AZtec Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) WorkshopRecent Progress in Battery and Energy Storage Research Workshop

Sand Dollar

Image taken by Eric Miller, Microscopy & Imaging Specialist with the NUANCE Center. The instrument used to take the image is a Hitachi S3400N-II SEM.

Selenium (Se) Nanotubes

Image of Selenium (Se) nanotubes, taken by Dr. Qianqian Li, postdoctoral fellow with the NUANCE Center. The images were taken in collaboration with Prof. Vinayak Dravid (MSE Professor and Director, NUANCE Center) and Dr. Jinsong Wu (Research Assistant Professor, MSE and NUANCE Center). The instrument used to take the image was the Hitachi S4800-II.

The Triumph of Fractal

This image is MoS2 grown on SiO2 TEM window. The image was taken by Dr. Fengyuan Shi, postdoctoral fellow with the Dravid research group in the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering at NU. The image was taken in collaboration with Jeff Cain, graduate student with the Dravid research group. The instrument used to take this image is a Hitachi HD-2300.

Three-dimensional (3D) mesostructured semiconductors show promising properties and applications

"Atomic gold–enabled three-dimensional lithography for silicon mesostructures" Zhiqiang Luo, Yuanwen Jiang, Benjamin D. Myers, Dieter Isheim, Jinsong Wu, John F. Zimmerman, Zongan Wang, Qianqian Li, Yucai Wang, Xinqi Chen, Vinayak P. Dravid, David N. Seidman, Bozhi Tian

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