The mission of the Richland College Nanotechnology Program is to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to work productively, safely, and ethically in a modern Nanotechnology lab or manufacturing environment.
|Division Office: Bonham Hall, B101|
|Dr. Kory Goldammer|
“The emerging fields of nanoscience and nanoengineering are leading to unprecedented understanding and control over the fundamental building blocks of all physical things. This is likely to change the way almost everything-from vaccines to computers to automobile tires to objects not yet imagined – is designed and made”
~ National Science and Technology Council Committee on Technology