We are proud of our members and their success.
The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) established the Nanomanufacturing Innovation Consortium (NIC) to enable 24/7, shared-user, fee-based access to the JSNN’s state-of-the-art research and education facility to academic, industry and government users. NIC is fast-becoming a leader in transformative nanomanufacturing research, discovery and education enterprise addressing the diverse needs of its consortium members.
NIC enables access to product development, micro/nanofabrication, analytical characterization, advanced microscopy, computational modeling materials testing, analysis, and evaluation to address the diverse needs of consortium members. Of particular benefit is the ability of NIC members to gain visibility into the JSNN’s ongoing research in nanobiology, nanomaterials, nanoelectronics and bioelectronics technologies.
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What they are saying about us:
By joining NIC as a member I added 65 Million dollars of assets to my company. I hired a Ph.D. scientist to work on research and development at JSNN, and in doing so, I was the first to create a job because of the NIC.