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Home > News > CEMMNT updates the UK MNT micro and nanotechnology metrology road map

November 3rd, 2007

CEMMNT updates the UK MNT micro and nanotechnology metrology road map

Abstract:
The latest technology road map for UK micro and nano metrology is now available to download from the case studies section of the CEMMNT (Centre of Excellence in Metrology for Micro and NanoTechnologies) website. The document contains input from broad spectrum of metrology users, policy makers, instrument manufacturers and consultants from industry, academia and government.

The road map identifies future direction for nanometrology in the UK based on current gaps in technology, awareness, training and funding. Barriers to progress are identified together with recommendations on how these can be successfully overcome.

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