The Center for Nano- and Micro-Manufacturing (CNM2, formerly the Northern California Nanotechnology Center) provides the campus community with a full spectrum of state-of-the-art micro-nanofabrication technologies, processes, and services. Specifically, the Center enables nanometer-scale lithography, deposition, etching, and characterization capabilities for leading-edge research in advanced materials, electronics, optics and biomedical devices.
Moreover, CNM2 staff offer consultation, training, and services in emerging bio-micro-nano applications to both industrial users and campus research communities encompassing electronics and materials, and also the health and life sciences, including lab-on-a-chip medical device fabrication. We also serve as an engineering innovation hub, facilitating both campus-based start-up companies and emerging regional industries.
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