Thin, tubed nanostructure in Dr. Habibi's research

Through the high-powered instruments in UNT's Materials Research Facility -- one of the most advanced university research facilities in the nation for materials analysis -- faculty members and students from physics to photography are analyzing materials on the atomic- and macro-length scales.

Their work is helping them gain new perspectives on the relationship between humans and nature, nanomedicine, renewable energy and electronics. Enjoy a few photographs and learn more about a handful of research projects that require investigation on the nanoscale.

Read full article on North Texan to learn more about related research conducted by UNT faculty members, including Neda Habibi, assistant professor of biomedical engineering and Xiao Li, assistant professor of materials science and engineering.