nanohub rulz ok!
August 25, 2007 2:30 PM   Subscribe

nanoHUB is an information goldmine, aimed primarily at scientists and engineers engaged under the broad umbrella of nanotechnology research, funded by the NSF, and based at Purdue University. Start with a series of nano tutorial lessons at the undergraduate or graduate level. Move on to seminars from top researchers on a variety of topics, or try some self-paced learning modules. Then run (real, useful) simulations in your browser. [some stuff requires free registration]
posted by sergeant sandwich (2 comments total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
there's a lot more if you poke around, including an online calendar with conference dates, collaboration tools, outreach materials, web-2.0 goodness like tagging and comments and much much more.

also i went to this talk in meatspace. its pretty interesting if youre into thermodynamics.
posted by sergeant sandwich at 2:39 PM on August 25, 2007

This is really cool, and useful to me. I hadn't heard of it.

posted by overhauser at 3:02 PM on August 25, 2007

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