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Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Annual Reports 2002-2009

Series II: IPC-Net Spring Courses 2003-2004

Series III: National Science Foundation Site Visits 2003, 2007

Series IV: SCS NT Advanced Teacher Academy 2004

Series V: CBEN/Ellison Miles Geotechnology Institute Nanotechnology Workshop 2003

Series VI: Chem 235/Anth 235, Nanotechnology: Content and Context 2004

Series VII: Transparencies

Series VIII: CBEN Press 2002-2004

Series IX: "Nano SocImp" articles and readings

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the Rice University Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology department records UA 329



Title: Rice University Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology department records
Dates: 2002-2009
Abstract This record group includes administrative records, course content, annual reports, press clippings, student work, and presentations (powerpoint and transparencies) from the Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology between 2002 and 2009.
Identification: UA 329
Quantity: 1.5 linear ft.
Language:
Repository: Woodson Research Center

Historical Note

The Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology at Rice was founded by Dr. Kristen Kulinowski in September 2001, with the goal to discover and develop nanomaterials that enable new medical and environmental technologies. The center's undergraduate and graduate research is centered on three themes: nanoscience, bioengineering and nanoenvironmental studies. In addition to research, CBEN conducts trainings for high school teachers and summer enrichment programs for high school students. Their focus on secondary educational outreach is an effort to develop early interests in the nanosciences and bring nanotechnology to the forefront of scientific study in the future.

The center is funded by the National Science Foundation, Rice University, and various industrial partners.

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Scope and Contents

This record group includes administrative records, course content, annual reports, press clippings, student work, and presentations (powerpoint and transparencies) from the Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology between 2002 and 2009.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from the Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology department records must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Rice University Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology department records, 2002-2009, UA 329, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Annual Reports 2002-2009

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1 1 Program Year 2002
2 Program Year 2004
3 Program Year 2005
4 Program Year 2006
5 Program Year 2007
6 Program Year 2008
7 Program Year 2009
8 Program Year 4 or 2004, condensed

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Series II: IPC-Net Spring Courses 2003-2004

2003
Box Folder
1 9 Registration Forms
10 Introductory Information
11 Week 1
12 Week 3
13 Week 4
14 Week 5
15 Week 6
16 Week 9
17 Week 10
18 Week 12
19 Student work
2004
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1 20 Sign-In Sheets
21 Pre-Test
22 Introduction to Nanotechnology
23 Using Light to Understand Matter
24 Biomedical Imaging using Nanomaterials
25 Ceramic Nanoparticles for Membranes
26 Microscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy
27 Waves, Photonic Crystals
28 Handouts
29 Surveys and Post-Tests

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Series III: National Science Foundation Site Visits 2003, 2007

2003
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1 30 Schedule
31 Presenters
32 CBEN Information
33 Welcome/Director's Overview
34 Theme 2: Nanobioengineering
35 Theme 3: Nanoenvironmental Engineering
36 Theme 1: Nanoscience
37 Commercialization
38 Educational Activities
39 Poster Session
40 Facilities
41 Supporting Information
2007
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1 42 Schedule
43 Welcome
44 Director's Overview
45 Theme 1: Nanoscience
46 Theme 2: Bioengineering
47 Theme 3: Nanoenvironmental
48 Educational Outreach
49 Knowledge Transfer
50 Facilities-Day 2
51 Presenters
52 CBEN Information
53 Strategic Plan
54 Poster Session
55 Supplemental Information

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Series IV: SCS NT Advanced Teacher Academy 2004

Box Folder
1 56 Introductory Information
57 Speaker Handouts
58 Articles
59 Course and Presenter Evaluations

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Series V: CBEN/Ellison Miles Geotechnology Institute Nanotechnology Workshop 2003

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1 60 Sign in sheets, registration forms, schedule 2003
61 Public Forum flyer and speaker bios
62 Properties of waves powerpoint
63 Electricity and Circuits powerpoint
64 Linking Nanoscience to IPC powerpoint
65 Molecular Origins of Solubility
66 Applications of Nanomagnetism powerpoint
67 Dispersion and Processing of Carbon Nanotubes for High Performance Multifunctional Fiber Composite Material
68 Photonic Crystals powerpoint
69 Nanomagnetism powerpoint
70 Pre/post tests, evaluations

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Series VI: Chem 235/Anth 235, Nanotechnology: Content and Context 2004

Box Folder
2 1 Syllabus and student info cards
2 Lecture notes and powerpoints
3 Readings

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Series VII: Transparencies

Box Folder
2 4 presentation on transparencies for overhead projector

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Series VIII: CBEN Press 2002-2004

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2 5 2002
6 Jan-Mar 2003
7 Apr-Jun 2003
8 Jul-Sep 2003
9 Oct-Dec 2003
10 Jan-Mar 2004
11 Kristin Kulinowski press

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Series IX: "Nano SocImp" articles and readings

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2 12 2002
13 Jan-Mar 2003
14 Apr-Jun 2003
15 Jul-Sep 2003
16 Oct-Dec 2003
17 Jan-Mar 2004
18 Nano Research and Development Act, Bill and News 2003
19 Drexler-Smalley Nanobot Debate
20 International: Non-UK

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