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June 3rd, 2007

Kelvin Nanotechnologies Facilitating Commercialisation of World-Class Technologies

Abstract:
Kelvin Nanotechnology was created in 1997 to facilitate the commercialisation of the world-class technology and expertise in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Glasgow.

Kelvin Nanotechnology is a Scottish based enterprise with a world wide customer base of over fifty clients. Kelvin Nanotechnology provides a wide range of R&D and prototyping services. Core facilities include molecular beam epitaxy wafer growth, electron beam lithography, nano-imprint lithography, reactive ion etching and thin film deposition, fully equipped clean rooms with mask aligners for photolithography, wire bonding, design and test labs for lasers and DC-to-110 GHz on-wafer electrical testing.

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