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NanoInk's NanoFabrication Systems Division is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at and present two talks at the Nanotech Conference and Expo 2012, one of four interconnected conferences comprising the TechConnect World 2012 joint conferences, expo and innovation showcase. The conference will be held from Monday, June 18 through Thursday, June 21 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. NanoInk will be running live demonstrations of the NLP 2000 System at booth number 410. The NLP 2000 is a user-friendly and easy to operate desktop nanolithography instrument capable of depositing a wide variety of materials, including nanoparticles and biological molecules, with sub-micron accuracy and precision.
Jason Haaheim, senior R&D engineer for NanoInk, is one of three co-chairs for the NanoFab: Manufacturing and Instrumentation Symposium portion of the Nanotech Conference & Expo. In addition to co-chairing the symposium, he will give an oral presentation titled, "High-Throughput Large-Area Direct-Write Nanofabrication with Full Automation," on Tuesday, June 19, at 2:30 p.m. in Room 210.
On Wednesday, June 20, at 11 a.m. in the Great America J Room, Dr. Alexander Smetana, senior applications scientist for NanoInk, will present a talk on "Direct Printing of Nano and Microscale Transition Metal Features." The presentation will focus on the practical applications of using a large scale production method to print uniform and regular arrays of metal features that range in size from 1.5 microns to 25 nm.
The TechConnect World 2012 joint conferences, expo and innovation showcase is a unique combination of four interconnected conferences that highlight advancements in Nanotech, Microtech, Biotech, Cleantech as well as the technology overlaps between these converging domains. The Nanotech Conference & Expo portion of the summit is the world's largest nanotechnology event and as such showcases application-focused research from the top international academic, government and private industry laboratories. More information on the Nanotech conference & expo is available at: www.techconnectworld.com/Nanotech2012
NanoInk's NanoFabrication Systems Division brings sophisticated nanofabrication to the laboratory desktop in an easy to use and affordable setting. Additional details can be found at: nanoink.net/products-services.html.
NanoInk, Inc. is an emerging growth technology company specializing in nanometer-scale manufacturing and applications development for the life sciences, engineering, pharmaceutical, and education industries. Using Dip Pen Nanolithography® (DPN®), a patented and proprietary nanofabrication technology, scientists are enabled to rapidly and easily create micro-and nanoscale structures from a variety of materials on a range of substrates. This low cost, easy to use and scalable technique brings sophisticated nanofabrication to the laboratory desktop. Headquartered in the Illinois Science + Technology Park, north of Chicago, NanoInk currently has several divisions including the NanoFabrication Systems Division, the Nano BioDiscovery Division, the NanoProfessor® Division and the NanoGuardian™ Division.
NanoInk, the NanoInk logo, Dip Pen Nanolithography, DPN, and NanoProfessor are registered trademarks of NanoInk, Inc.
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