Women in Nanoscience


About Women in Nanoscience

Women in Nanoscience was created to provide a site for all women professionals (in academia, industry, and government labs) to learn who is active in nanoscience (broadly writ), to share information, and to provide a public location to celebrate the accomplishments of women in nanoscience in the U.S. We were inspired by a meeting held at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in DC in May 2011 to consider the status of women in nanoscience. You can find the monograph from this meeting here. Thanks to sponsorship by the NSF (through award #CHE-1124754) Drs. Paulette Clancy and Lynn Loo are pleased to initiate this project.

We hope that the site will be a useful resource. As this is a new site, the format will be evolving in response to your feedback. A large yellow contact button is prominently displayed on each page to facilitate this input.

- Paulette Clancy and Lynn Loo

Paulette Clancy
Samuel W. and Diane M. Bodman Professor of Chemical Engineering
Director of the Cornell Institute for Computational Science and Engineering
Cornell University
Ithaca NY 14850

Lynn Loo
Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Deputy Director, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Princeton University
Princeton NJ 08540