The University of Utah’s nanofabrication facility received $200,000 from the W.M. Keck Foundation to provide engineering education materials about length scales to students at the University of Utah, community colleges and four-year colleges nationwide.

Researchers at Utah Nanofab engineer microscopic materials as well as nanoscale materials made from molecules or atoms. These materials play an increasing role in our daily lives in devices ranging from smart phones to medical diagnostics.

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