Nanoengineering graduate, Babak Shokouhi, highlighted as a CMC success story

Friday, December 18, 2015

Graduate nanofabrication research yields commercial opportunity

 

student wth professorCharacterizing nanostructures using atomic force microscopy (AFM) presented a commercial opportunity

for University of Waterloo graduate student Babak Shokouhi. He and his team developed a novel process

to batch-manufacture high-resolution AFM probes and today his startup, Nanodevice Solutions Inc., is the

only company in the world making high aspect ratio tips in batches. Read the full story at: http://www.cmc.ca/AboutCMC/SuccessStories/ICT/NanodeviceSolutionsInc.aspx

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