CINT: Big Science AT THE Nanoscale
What is CINT?
The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies is a DOE BES national user facility. Join us to explore the range of integration researched at CINT starting at the atomic level.
Biomolecular Machines Assemble Complex Polymer Networks
Kinesin, one of nature’s biomolecular machines, is shown to both deform and dynamically reorganize highly-ordered polymer nanostructure networks.
2015 CINT Users Meeting
The 2015 CINT Users Meeting will be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico from September 21-22, 2015. Three symposia will be presented.
Submit a Proposal
We are now accepting Rapid Access proposals only. These should be limited in scope and have time sensitive justification. The next regular call for proposals will open September 1, 2015.
Doped carbon nanotubes: New building blocks for
quantum information technologies
Single photons were generated from oxygen-doped carbon nanotubes in SiO2 at room temperature.
Quantum Dot Molecules Formed in a Plasmonic Gap
An enhanced electromagnetic field (plasmonic field) couples quantum dots (QDs) together, forming quantum dot molecules.