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Summit Nanotech Team attends the Weizmann Institute Canada unveiling of the Center for Advanced Inte

Summit team members Amanda Hall, Jason Hendrick, Andrew Mills attended the unveiling of the Weizmann Center for Advanced Intelligent Materials evening with Dr. Leeor Kronik at Studio Bell in Calgary. The introduction of new materials continues to shape our lives, though with a greater diversity and quicker pace than ever before. The Weizmann Institute of Science will solidify its leadership role in the field of smart materials and strengthen its already impressive efforts toward the identification and fabrication of new and useful materials with the creation of its new Center for Advanced Intelligent Materials. The Center will be housed in the André Deloro Building — a sophisticated facility

Summit Nanotech CEO attends Nanotech 2018 Conference & Expo in Anaheim, California

Nanotech 2018 is the worlds largest nanotechnology event. It delivers application-focused research from the top international academic, government and private industry labs. Thousands of leading researchers, scientists, engineers and technology developers participate in Nanotech to identify new technology trends, development tools, product opportunities, R&D collaborations, and commercialization partners. The global community that has been working together for over 20 years to integrate nanotechnology into industry with a focus on scale, safety and cost-effectiveness. The first Nanotechnology Conference and Expo – Nanotech 1998 – was held at in Santa Clara, California. A group of 250 scienti

Summit Nanotech Co-Founders Attend the 5th Annual Alberta Nanotechnology Research Symposium

Co-founders Amanda Hall and Jason Hendrick attended the Alberta Nanotechnology Research symposium at the Westerner Park in Red Deer May 3-4 2018. The Alberta Nano Research Symposium was co-hosted by the University of Alberta nanoGroup and the University of Calgary nanoGroup. This year’s theme was “Celebrating Diversity in Nanoscience”. This event was geared towards sharing knowledge, as well as to promote the development of new collaborations with experts in the field. Researchers from all areas of nanotechnology attended the symposium. Topics included innovative synthesis and characterization techniques, as well as fabrication and devices towards applications in biomedicine, energy conversi

A designer's toolkit for constructing complex nanoparticles

A team of chemists has developed a designer's toolkit that lets them build various levels of complexity into nanoparticles using a simple, mix-and-match process. This work will allow researchers to create a library of complex nanoparticles that could be used in medical, energy, and electronic applications. Read the full article on Science Daily: