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Nanoscience and nanotechnology research highlights at Kuwait University

Nanoscience and nanotechnology research highlights at Kuwait University DOI 10.1515/gps-2013-0013Green Process Synth 2013; 2: 181­183 University profile Ali Bumajdad* *Corresponding author: Ali Bumajdad, Department of Chemistry, Kuwait University, P.O.Box 5969, Safat 13060, Kuwait, e-mail: a.bumajdad@ku.edu.kw Kuwait University Nanotechnology Research Facility Kuwait University, KU, is the only governmental university in Kuwait. It was established in October 1966. At that time, there were only three colleges: the College of Science and Arts, the College of Education and the College of Women. Now there are 16 colleges, with more than 36,000 students and around 1800 faculty staff members. Center (NSC) (http://www.nsc.kuniv.edu/) and the College of Engineering has the Kuwait University Nanotechnology Research Facilities (http://kunrf.eng.kuniv.edu/). Also, KU recently signed a long-term collaboration agreement for research with the world-leading nanotechnology center, Interuniversity MicroElectronics Center (IMEC) (Belgium). The collaboration will focus on innovative silicon solar cell technologies. Nanoscopy Science Center The Nanoscopy Science Center (NSC) (previously the Electron Microscopy Unit) at the Faculty of Science is one of the oldest and most experienced microscopy centers in the region. The center was established in 1976; however, it was destroyed by the Iraqi invasion on the 2nd of August 1990. The center was completely renovated after the liberation. Now, there are three scanning electron http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Green Processing and Synthesis de Gruyter

Nanoscience and nanotechnology research highlights at Kuwait University

Green Processing and Synthesis , Volume 2 (2) – Apr 1, 2013

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DOI 10.1515/gps-2013-0013Green Process Synth 2013; 2: 181­183 University profile Ali Bumajdad* *Corresponding author: Ali Bumajdad, Department of Chemistry, Kuwait University, P.O.Box 5969, Safat 13060, Kuwait, e-mail: a.bumajdad@ku.edu.kw Kuwait University Nanotechnology Research Facility Kuwait University, KU, is the only governmental university in Kuwait. It was established in October 1966. At that time, there were only three colleges: the College of Science and Arts, the College of Education and the College of Women. Now there are 16 colleges, with more than 36,000 students and around 1800 faculty staff members. Center (NSC) (http://www.nsc.kuniv.edu/) and the College of Engineering has the Kuwait University Nanotechnology Research Facilities (http://kunrf.eng.kuniv.edu/). Also, KU recently signed a long-term collaboration agreement for research with the world-leading nanotechnology center, Interuniversity MicroElectronics Center (IMEC) (Belgium). The collaboration will focus on innovative silicon solar cell technologies. Nanoscopy Science Center The Nanoscopy Science Center (NSC) (previously the Electron Microscopy Unit) at the Faculty of Science is one of the oldest and most experienced microscopy centers in the region. The center was established in 1976; however, it was destroyed by the Iraqi invasion on the 2nd of August 1990. The center was completely renovated after the liberation. Now, there are three scanning electron

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