Selective capsid capturing in hollow-core nanohelices with matched dimensions.
Viral attachment on bio-functionalized (self-assembled monolayers) nanoscaffold surfaces.
CambridgeNanoTech atomic layer deposition tool "Fiji" with in-situ ellipsometry characterization capability.
Custom-built ultra-high vacuum glancing angle deposition tool dedicated for sculptured thin film growth.
Optical fiber sensing.
Combinatorial in-situ ellipsometry and quartz crystal microbalance investigations.
In-situ monitoring of protein adsorption on and swelling of polyelectrolyte brushes.
Eva Franke Schubert and Angela Pannier have been granted tenure and been promoted to associate professor.
The work of CNFM is featured on the NSF Science 360 weekly e-news bulletin
New Nebraska EPSCoR website highlight: Mathias Schubert and the CNFM are creating new biosensors
Students present posters at EPSCoR External Review Panel meeting August 15, 2012
David Hage's research instrumental in developing technology for new brain injury diagnostic tool
Rebecca Lai gives "Sunday with a Scientist" presentation
CNFM students present posters and win at 2012 UNL Research Affair
David Hage named James Hewett University Professor of Chemistry.
Mathias Schubert receives tenure and is promoted to full professor.
Rebecca Lai receives tenure and is promoted to associate professor.
Alex Boosalis and Mathias Schubert co-author an article on Graphene Growth in Journal of Physics Condensed Matter Lab-Talk
The Center for Nanohybrid Functional Materials (CNFM) includes seventeen investigators from five Nebraska colleges and universities. CNFM targets the discovery and exploitation of new sensing principles based upon the combination of 3-D ordered nanostructures and chemical or biochemical sensing elements. Research within CNFM is focused within three complementary and mutually supporting clusters, and includes the acquisition of specialized instrumentation for a developing core facility.
Cluster 1, Nanohybrid Fabrication, focuses on preparation of highly ordered spatially coherent 3-D nanostructures, their hybridization with chemical or biological sensing elements, and their immobilization or inclusion within polymer matrices.
Cluster 2, Nanohybrid Characterization and New Sensing Principles, focuses on new characterization and sensing principles based on unique properties of the nanohybrids, including techniques based upon Terahertz to UV ellipsometry.
Cluster 3, Molecular Interactions within Nanohybrid-based devices, focuses on potential sensing and separation applications based on molecular interactions within nanohybrid-based devices.