Students from the University Science Scholars Program visited CINS on Thursday afternoon. The group of students, from Dr. Jim Winter’s freshman Science Skills class toured the facilities, and were able to see many of the staff researchers at work.
Researchers Dr. Enkeleda Dervishi, Dr. Shawn Bourdo, and Dr. Ganesh Kannarpady, and Ph.D. student Lamya Mohammed Saeed, [...]
Come see how little things are making a big difference in health care at the Nanotechnology for Health Care Conference, September 26-29, at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute on Petit Jean Mountain. The focus of this conference is to advance the use of nanotechnology in health care by bringing together leading researchers to bridge talents in [...]
Student research opportunities took center stage when CINS was visited by a group of science teachers from Arkansas and the region on Thursday afternoon.
The 23 pre-AP middle school science teachers were on campus for four days as part of the Center for Gifted Education’s Advanced Placement Summer Institute.
The teachers learned about CINS’s instrumentation and capabilities [...]
Students from the TRIO Summer Science Program visited the Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences (CINS) on Tuesday, June 20th to learn about the size and science behind nanotechnology.
These high school students learned about instrumentation used at CINS with Dr. Fumiya Watanabe – they were able to gain a better understanding [...]
At CINS, we’re helping to grow the next generation of scientist; we believe the students we work with can go on to achieve great things, and we are very proud of their accomplishments.
Five CINS high school interns brought home honors from the 2012 Southwestern Energy Arkansas State Science Fair held in March. Congratulations to the [...]