Save the dates for the Nordic NanoLab User Meeting (NNUM 2024)
The Nordic Nanolab Network hosts its 2024 User Meeting at the University of Oslo, June 3-4.
As a user of NorFab, you are cordially invited to both attend and contribute with a poster at the meeting. This is a great opportunity to meet and learn from other researchers active in the Nordic cleanroom facilities.
NorFab linked to Nordic Nano Network and EuroNanoLab
The NorFab national infrastructure is linked to Nordic Nano Network and to EuroNanoLab.
The EuroNanolab Dry Etch Expert Group meeting organized in Sinaia, Romania 9-10 October, 2023 gathered 18 experts from 10 different European labs, and covered a broad range of topics, including Training, Hardware, Cleaning, Conditioning, and Processing. Discussions regarding tool sharing methodology continued with updates from the Oxford Pilot Group, Estrelas Group and Pegasus Group.
A new electrolyte to make better Lithium-ion batteries
Researchers at NTNU are searching for materials that could be used to make Li-ion batteries with a higher energy density.
Nanotechnology researchers at TNNN Conference hosted by USN
University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) hosted this year’s TNNN Conference at the campus in Vestfold on June 21st-23rd, 2023.
Tiny organs can now grow on a microchip – this gives us ground-breaking knowledge
With the help of stem cells, we can now grow so-called organoids; a tiny little liver, a tiny heart or a small intestine in the lab. The micro-organ can then be connected to a microchip that simulates biological processes. This interconnection is called “organ-on-a-chip” and opens up unimaginable research possibilities.
Norwegian NanoSymposium October 5-6, 2021
Welcome to the Norwegian NanoSymposium October 5-6, 2021! No conferences to travel to this year? Tired of watching the same old lecturers doing their same old stuff on Zoom? Then […]
Nordic Nanolab User Meeting in Gothenburg May 5-6, 2022
After two years of pandemic restrictions around 300 researchers in the Nordic Nanolabs Network could finally meet at Chalmers for two days of scientific tutorials, inspirational talks and networking. The programme also included a […]
The tiny structures that mimic a cell’s natural environment
Covering glass microscope slides in tiny, nano-sized pillars can mimic a cell’s natural environment – and could help biologists understand how cells act inside the human body. Read more at […]
A new way to get cells to spill their secrets
Countless potentially useful enzymes are hidden all around us. NTNU researchers have developed a new method that could help us find them. Researchers are using microfluidics in the development where […]
NorFab received grant from the Research Council of Norway
NorFab is happy to announce that we have received a grant from the National Infrastructure Program of the Research Council of Norway. This is an investment grant only, and will […]