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Nanofabrication center opens at STAR campus

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_NKN6506The University of Delaware Nanofabrication Facility (UDNF) opened this month at the STAR campus. The 8,500-square-foot clean room facility houses the most advanced nanotechnology machinery in the Philadelphia and Baltimore regions, with capabilities to create devices that are hundreds of times smaller than a human hair, according to UD officials. UDNF will be available for use by UD researchers and students, as well as industry partners, government partners and entrepreneurs.

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