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Lansing Community College (LCC) offers NANO 130, a course which provides a comprehensive introduction to the rapidly developing field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
This course emphasizes cooperative learning approaches involving strong student participation with team assignments and is supplemented by invited talks, laboratory visits, and other activities.
The National Science Foundation predicts there will be 7 million nanotech jobs worldwide by 2015, approaching the number of automotive jobs today. This is your opportunity to explore this new technology and gain valuable training.
The focus of the program is Nanotechnology as it relates to materials science. The program covers subjects of properties of nanomaterials; applications in metals, plastics, ceramics, energy storage, and alternative energy production; metallurgy, and metallography, methods of fabrication and characterization of nanomaterials, and social impact issues. Students will conclude the program with opportunities for internship in the industries or direct-lead independent projects at the college.