At CINS, we believe in the potential of every mind to contribute to the future of nanotechnology. We frequently include undergraduate and graduate students as integral members of research teams.

These students aren’t just running errands and cleaning beakers; they’re culturing cells, growing high quality graphene nanomaterials, utilizing highly specialized instrumentation, and gaining research experience to bolster their future careers. Students working at CINS are often enrolled in programs such as biology, chemistry, engineering, and physics.

Our students frequently publish their research in well-respected journals. Some even return to the Center to start their careers as scientists!


If you’re interested in working at CINS as a student, please email .