News & Events
  • Underground NanoES utility work to begin this week

    After running into some unmarked mystery pipes underground, we are beginning to make forward progress. Utility work on the NE corner of the site by the Gerberding Parking Lot C9 is ongoing as well as trenching on Stevens Way for the new Steam line that runs between Molecular Engineering and Architecture Hall. Items to note:… Read More…

  • VIDEO: MolES Featured at MRS Spring Meeting

    Faculty and student research at the Molecular Engineering and Sciences Institute was featured at a video broadcast on-site at the Material Research Society Spring Meeting and Exhibit April 6- 10. Learn about our interdisciplinary approach to research and education.

  • NanoES storm drain work starting week of 3/30

    Starting late this week we will be moving the work zone to the NE corner of the site by the Gerberding Parking Lot C9 to reroute the storm lines and water lines. Items to note: 1. The work hours are 6 PM – 6 AM. 2. There will be signage and flaggers to help direct… Read More…

  • MolES Researchers Build Energy Efficient Nanolaser

    University of Washington scientists have built a new nanometer-sized laser — using the thinnest semiconductor available today — that is energy efficient, easy to build and compatible with existing electronics. The ultra-thin semiconductor is about 100,000 times thinner than a human hair.

  • MolES Matching Funds for New Analytical Biopharmacy Users

    The University of Washington Molecular Engineering Sciences Institute (MolES) announces the availability of matching funds for new users of the Analytical Biopharmacy Core (ABC). In order to showcase ABC services to the local academic and biotech communities, the Institute is offering up to $5,000 in matching funds to new user groups and companies. The ABC provides analysis by… Read More…