West Virginia University Purchases NanoInk's NLP 2000 Desktop Nanofabrication SystemJuly 1, 2012
NanoInk's NanoFabrication Systems Division has announced that the Multifunctional and Energy Ceramics Laboratory within West Virginia University's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering has purchased an NLP 2000 System. It will be used for research on developing micro-sensors based on complex nanomaterials and nanocomposites. NanoInk's NLP 2000 System is a desktop nanofabrication system that allows researchers to rapidly design and create custom engineered and functionalized surfaces on the micro and nanoscale, using Dip Pen Nanolithography (DPN) to transfer minute amounts of materials over a large, environmentally controlled work area.
Edward Sabolsky, an Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at West Virginia University, said, "The impact of our work with the NLP 2000 will foster the inexpensive implementation of micro-sensor arrays to a host of industrial and military applications where efficient electrochemical, electromechanical or electromagnetic sensing are required."
"We are thrilled that West Virginia University selected our NLP 2000 System. It's an ideal instrument for applied sensor research as it allows the direct placement of a wide range of materials into packaged and unpackaged devices. This can help address the fundamental challenges of sensitivity and selectivity," said Tom Warwick, NanoInk's General Manager of the NanoFabrication Systems Division. "We look forward to seeing the ground breaking research that emerges from West Virginia University faculty and students."
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