Below are a few examples of labs within the Institute capable of new material growth.
Arkansas MBE-STM Facility
NEW Nano-Crystals made one layer at a time
Particular emphases are given to the aqueous-phase self-organization of nanomaterials and their biological and biomedical applications, in particular bio-driven nanostructure self-assembly and nanoparticle-based disease diagnostics and therapeutics. Additionally, you will find research on nanobiotechnology for hybrid device development, nucleic acid technology for molecular computation, and molecular biological engineering for genomic and proteomic analyses of biomolecules.