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ASU NanoFab is a flexible nano-processing facility at Arizona State University that offers state-of-the-art device processing and characterization tools for university research and for external company prototype development. Established companies and innovative start-ups especially can benefit from using this advanced facility to accelerate their prototype development. We provide the facility, equipment and resources for a full range of operations—from the wet world of biosystems and chemistry to the dry world of inorganic materials, as well as the hybrid structures in between.

Our core strengths are nanofabrication, unique silicon processing, molecular- and bio-electronics, micro-electro-mechanical-systems (MEMS), nano-fluidics, optoelectronics and device characterization. Users of the facility can also take advantage of the skilled staff, several of whom have more than 25 years of experience in this area.

Whatever your requirements—from single molecule fabrication to systems on a chip and beyond—ASU NanoFab can enable and enhance your research and development needs. The NanoFab utilizes an advisory committee for both operational and strategic advice. Begun in 1981, this facility, serving the Southwest, is 1 of 16 sites affiliated with the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) initiative Additional information regarding the Southwest node (NCI-SW) can be found here: