Nano Research Facility School of Engineering & Applied Science

About NNIN

The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN), supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), is a network of 14 university-based laboratories with diversified and complementary technical strengths to fulfill the vision of the National Nanotechnology Initiative – enabling rapid advancements in nano-scale science, engineering, and technology.

NNIN Site Technical Expertise Nanotechnology Facility
Cornell University Electronics, Optics, MEMS, Materials, Physical Sciences, Computation Cornell Nanoscale Facility
Stanford University Electronics, Optics, MEMS, Materials, Physical Sciences, Computation Stanford Nanofabrication Facility
Georgia Technology Institute Bio- and Integrated Systems, Electronics, Optics, MEMS Nanotechnology Research Center
University of Michigan Bio- and Integrated Systems, Computation,
Geo- Sciences
Lurie Nanofabrication Facility
Harvard University Chemical and Molecular Scale Technology,
Computation
Center for Nanoscale Systems
University of California, Santa Barbara Biology, Life Sciences, Materials, Physical Sciences Nanotech
University of Minnesota Energy Nanofabrication Center
Pennsylvania State University Chemical and Molecular Scale Technology Penn State Nanofabrication Facility
University of Texas, Austin Chemical and Molecular Scale Technology Microelectronics Research Center
University of Washington Biology, Life Sciences, Geo- Sciences Center for Nanotechnology
Howard University Diversity Outreach Howard Nanoscale Science and Engineering Facility
Arizona State University Inorganic and Organic Interface Nanofab
University of Colorado Energy, Precision Sciences and Engineering Colorado Nanofabrication Laboratory
Washington University in St. Louis Environment and Health Nano Research Facility