NanoInk Showcases Latest in Nanofabrication Techniques at Nanotech 2009

Published on April 28, 2009 at 9:44 AM

Now in its 12th year, this NSTI-organized event is the world's largest and most anticipated annual nanotechnology conference and expo. NanoInk will be exhibiting their new DPN 5000 desktop nanofabrication system and the NLP 2000 non-AFM platform for lithographic manufacture of nanoarrays.

NanoInk will also be playing an active role in the conference program, in particular, the program track titled Fabrication, Characterization and Tools sponsoring the Nanofabrication Technologies, Devices and Applications sessions. Click here for the program.

The technical presentations will include the first talk about NanoInk’s curriculum-led project for the education of technologists in nanotechnology – the NanoProfessor. Given by education specialist, Dr John Ireland, the talk will discuss making nanoscale science and engineering education a reality. The abstract may be viewed at this link.

NanoInk’s NanoStem Cell division is sponsoring a talk by Professor John Hunt from the University of Liverpool in which he will present the results of an ongoing, collaborative research project leveraging NanoInk’s proprietary Dip Pen Nanolithography® (DPN®) technology to create homogenous nanopattern biochips and control cell functionality in a predictable and reproducible manner. The abstract is here for you to read.

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