Quite often Nature does not need any force to produce remarkable materials. They self-organize following the laws which are potentially common for nanometer scale colloids and biology. This is important part of many of our approaches.
We are engaged in the most creative, forward looking scientific and engineering discoveries. Practical realizations of these discoveries are also a big part of our work. It takes time, effort, and equal amount of unorthodox solutions.
The Kotov group has several research thrusts. Many of them are focused on the biomimetic aspects of nanomaterials. More research information →
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-Nicholas A. Kotov
By umkotov on Feb 24, 2014
Hunan Zhang successfully defended his PhD thesis on nanostructured neural implants. Members…
By umkotov on Feb 21, 2014
Yoonseob has selected as a recipient of the College of Engineering Towner award for…
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Jihyeon has been selected as a Featured Graduate Student by College of…
By umkotov on Dec 06, 2013
Dr. Yeom, Bongjun recieved a poster award at the 2013 Fall MRS…