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BPN354: The Nanoshift Concept: Innovation through Design, Development, Prototyping and Fabrication for MEMS, Microfluidics, Nano and Clean Technologies at the UC Berkeley NanoLab

Project ID BPN354
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Start Date Tue 2006-Aug-22 09:10:17
Last Updated Tue 2014-Aug-12 15:14:22
Abstract Nanoshift, LLC is a privately-held Emerging Technology research and development company specializing in Bio-MEMS, MEMS, Microfluidics and Nanotechnologies. Nanoshift's talented team and use of flexible lab facilities provides high quality, flexible, custom services for process design, development, rapid prototyping, low-volume fabrication and consultation. Typical projects arrive from academics, government and industry; Nanoshift is positioned as the road map for the concept to commercialization process. Nanoshift collaborates with BSAC to make powerful resources available for BSAC members, such as offering valuable services and technical expertise to both academic and industrial members, while improving BSAC's visibility and funding.
Status Continuing
Funding Source Industry
IAB Research Area Package, Process & Microassembly
Researcher(s) Ning Chen, Salah Uddin
Advisor(s) John M. Huggins
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