Students from Salem Christian School visit the NUANCE CenterNUANCE Center Fall 2015 Image Gallery ReceptionCongratulations graduates of Leadership and Management in Core Facilities course!Delegation from Brazil tours NUANCEElectron Microscopy of Biological SamplesWorld's Smallest Millennium Falcon

Students from Salem Christian School visit the NUANCE Center

Lauren Sturdy hosted students from Salem Christian School in Chicago, who were here on a science field trip. The purpose was to introduce them to a college environment and show them how exciting science can be!

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NUANCE Center Fall 2015 Image Gallery Reception

The NUANCE Center hosted a reception for the winners of the Fall 2016 image gallery contest on January 11, 2016. Many people came to see the images and to learn about the science behind each image! The images will be displayed for 6 months in our NUANCE Center gallery, which is located in Cook Hall, 1st floor.

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Congratulations graduates of Leadership and Management in Core Facilities course!

This Kellogg Executive Education course took place on November 16-19, 2015 and was attended by 19 Operation Directors and Managers of Core Facilities, including Dr. Reiner Bleher and Chad Goeser from the NUANCE Center.

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Delegation from Brazil tours NUANCE

The American Chamber of Commerce in Rio de Janeiro, Northwestern Office of Research, and Northwestern McCormick Office of Corporate Relations hosted a meeting with Brazilian metalworking industry executives.

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Electron Microscopy of Biological Samples

Dr. Reiner Bleher, NUANCE Center BioCryo Manager and Research Professor, recently gave a successful talk, "Electron Microscopy of Biological Samples" at Northeastern Illinois University as part of their inaugural Capstone Seminar series.

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World's Smallest Millennium Falcon

A scale model of the Millennium Falcon was produced recently in the NUANCE Center at Northwestern University by Eric Miller. It was constructed out of Platinum on a Silicon substrate and measures only 19.5 micrometers in length, which makes it 1:1,800,000 scale. It was built in an FEI Helios Focused Ion Beam microscope, which allows for the deposition and milling away of material.

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