Tech Tour Day One: Michigan Tech Impresses In Many Fields
Nanotech Innovations assembles a selection of samples for students to look at through the microscope, in order to train them on its capabilities. Included are natural graphite crystals, carbon nanotubes, photonic wave guides, porous silicon, a single transistor, polymer fibers and computer chips. READ MORE
WWJ 950 Newsradio, October 10, 2010

Winners of the 2010 Future Innovators Award - Michigan Tech Undergraduate Expo 2010
The Future Innovators Award is voted upon by the more than 100 high school students and their teachers from L'Anse and Dollar Bay in Michigan's Western Upper Peninsula. All participate in the Michigan Tech GEAR UP program.
Enterprise - Nanotech Enterprise
Team Leaders: Echoe Bouta, Biomedical Engineering, and Greg Teeters, Mechanical Engineering
Advisor: Dr. John A. Jaszczak, Physics
April 22, 2010

Near Honorable Mention - Michigan Tech Undergraduate Expo 2010
Also, although we don't award honorable mention for Enterprise, three teams were very close (within 2 points)... Team 302 (Clean Snowmobile), Team 310 (Nanotech Innovations) and Team 321 (Aerospace).
April 22, 2010

Members of Michigan Tech's Enterprise programs gave poster presentations at the Engineering Education NSF Awardees Conference, held in Washington, DC. John Jaszczak (Physics), advisor for the Nanotechnology Enterprise, presented "Nanotech Innovations Enterprise at Michigan Technological University". Tech Today, February 6, 2009

MuSTI 2009 Awards for Exploratory Multi-Scale Research Announced
Tech Today, January 13, 2009

Professor John Jaszczak (Physics) presented a paper, "Nanotech Innovations: Nanotechnology Enterprise at Michigan Technological University," at the AICHE conference's session on Educational Issues in Nanotechnology held in Philadelphia on Nov. 20. Coauthors included Associate Director Mary Raber (Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies), Michael Bennett (Vassar), Assistant Professor Nassar Alaraje (Technology) and Associate Professor Paul L. Bergstrom (Electrical and Computer Engineering). Tech Today, November 25, 2008

Fifth Annual YES! Expo Brings "Sport Science," Engineering Experiences to Ford Field
Tech Today, November 3, 2008

MY 4970 Course Images Added
October 27, 2008

New Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Nanotechnology Available
Tech Today, October 16, 2008

Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Nanotechnology
October 13, 2008

Naturally GraphiteTM Store
September 26, 2008

Nanotech Innovations Enterprise Website
August 19, 2008

Nanoscale Science and Engineering Education Book CoverJaszczak and Seely Co-Author Nano Chapter

Professor John Jaszczak (Physics) and chair Bruce Seely (Social Sciences) published a chapter, "Developing Nano Education at a Technological University: Science, Technology and Societal Implications of Nanotechnology," in the new book "Nanoscale Science and Engineering Education," edited by A. Sweeney and S. Seal, American Scientific Publishers, 2008. April 17, 2008

New Funding
Tech Today, December 13, 2007

Proposals in Progress
Tech Today, August 6, 2007

MTU Notables
Tech Today, May 23, 2007

On the Road
Tech Today, September 6, 2006

On the Road
Tech Today, May 6, 2006

Interdisciplinary Minor in Nanoscale Science and Engineering (Nanotechnology)
February 15, 2005