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International Institute for Nanotechnology
The IIN embodies an extraordinary combination of
scientific capabilities, outreach programs, and
partnerships. The institute also provides a
unique and fertile ground from which to make
substantial contributions to the field and ensure
that the U.S. remains a world leader in nanotechnology.

Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center

The NSEC combines "top down" and "bottom up" approaches to construct novel electronic and magnetic devices with nanoscale sizes and understand their behavior, including quantum phenomena. Through a close integration of research, education, and public outreach, the Center encourages and promotes the training of a diverse group of people to be leaders in this new interdisciplinary field.

Nanotechnology Core Facility, University of Illinois at Chicago
The NCF enables research by providing access, training, service and process guidance on fabrication and characterization equipment. As a research and development laboratory, NCF is dedicated to application of integrated circuit and fiber optic technology to improve
manufacturing methods for MEMS/Nano devices, BioMEMS, Microfluidic, Electromechanical, Mechanical, Chemical, Optical, Photonic and multi-functional devices, some of which have previously been built by more traditional techniques.

 

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