The Washington Nanofabrication Lab at the University of Washington helps startups who need to manufacture really tiny products requiring very expensive machinery. Scientists and engineers can rent equipment and access the expertise they need in a state-of-the-art clean room environment to produce everything from biosensors to silicon phototonics to genomic sequencing and electromechanical detectors or whatever the next nano product requires.
One of Washington State’s premier research universities, the University of Washington, is expanding the capacity of this advanced manufacturing lab to help scientific nano innovations become reality and bring products successfully to the marketplace.
Entrepreneurs find that building their business in Washington State gives them access to the technical expertise, research capacity and financial resources they need to become business legends.
Read more in The Seattle Times.