Webinars and Workshops

Introduction to the Minnesota Nano Center

The Minnesota Nano Center is a resource for research and innovation in the areas of microdevices and nanoscale materials. This video gives an overview of the Nano Center’s facilities and capabilities, and outlines how researchers can work with us.

The 2024 AUC User Group Meeting

On June 18, 2024, the MNC hosted the third annual AUC Users Group meeting. The meeting introduced the possibilities of the AUC to the local research community, and provided expert guidance for both new and experienced users on using AUC. This is a recording of the meeting.

Analyzing Molecules with an Analytical Ultracentrifuge

This video presents two technical talks on how analytic ultracentrifugation can be used to analyze a wide range of biomolecules, polymers, nanoparticles, and other analytes.

Dynamic Light Scattering: What's Under the Hood?

The video is recording of a webinar presented October 26, 2021 on the details of using dynamic light scattering (DLS) to characterize small particles. Presenter Dr. James Marti describes the two fundamental methods of implementing DLS, and how they differ in approach and capabilities.

Polymer Vehicles for Gene Editing and DNA Payloads

A webinar delivered by Prof. Theresa Reineke, University of Minnesota Department of Chemistry, on May 24, 2023. This presentation is part of the Rules of Life webinar series, highlighting the role of nanotechnology in understanding the fundamentals of biology.