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CNF to celebrate 45 years at annual meeting, Oct. 18

It will be a time for looking back, but also looking forward to the future of nanotechnology as the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF) celebrates its 45-year anniversary during its annual meeting on Oct. 18, 2022.

The day-long event will be hosted on Cornell’s campus and includes invited speakers, a panel discussion focused on the needs of the nanotechnology industry in the next decade, a poster session, and a corporate soiree with the event’s 20 industry sponsors.

Registration closes on Oct. 4.

CNF is a world-class facility for micro and nanofabrication located in Duffield Hall. Operating as an open user facility, CNF annually assists over 500 scientists, engineers and other professionals from across the country and around the world. Projects range from university research to product development for small and large companies.

Aerial view of the engineering quad in 1982, five years after CNF's founding and before the construction of Duffield Hall, where the facility resides today. The building with the micro symbol on the roof was CNF's original home.

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