Seeing Atoms Never Been This Easy.


With Spherical Aberration (Cs) corrected STEM probe.

Spectroscopy Demo: Open Platform System


The nanoFAB invites you to attend a public seminar and demonstration by Wilson Analytical for their spectroscopy Open Platform System. The presentation by Dr. Ken Schmidt will provide an overview of the system and its capabilities. A general question-and-answer period will immediately follow the presentation. After the presentation, the tool will be available for hands-on demos of individual […]

2019 nanoFAB image contest


Submit your best images to the 2019 nanoFAB image contest!

FLUXiM PAIOS system is open for training.


A platform for all-in-one characterization of solar cells and OLEDs

Career Opportunity – Research Associate position at SBQMI (UBC)


The nanoFAB is pleased to share the following career opportunity on behalf of the Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute at UBC: research associate position in transport phenomena for energy conversion and storage. Please see link for posting. PosterResearchAssociateTP

Career Opportunity – Norcada


The nanoFAB is pleased to share the following career opportunity on behalf of Norcada. Please see link for individual posting.   https://www.norcada.com/new-position-application-scientist/

Career Opportunities – Micralyne


The nanoFAB is pleased to share the following career opportunity on behalf of Micralyne. Please see link for posting. Micralyne_Process Engineer 2019_DS

Career Opportunity – Micralyne


The nanoFAB is pleased to share the following career opportunity on behalf of Micralyne. Please see link for individual postings. Micralyne_Process Engineer 2019_DS  

Career Opportunities – SmileSonica and Norcada


The nanoFAB is pleased to share the following career opportunities on behalf of SmileSonica and Norcada. Please see links for individual postings.   SmileSonica_Manufacturing Engineer_201907 Norcada Job Aug2019

Nanoscribe Photonic Professional GT open for training


Nanoscribe PPGT: 3D printing at the nano- and microscale