MIT.nano Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“Dedicated to experimentation and instruction, MIT.nano represents one of the largest commitments to research in MIT’s history. The facility will carry the last two decades of nanoscale characterization and investigation into new realms of application and discovery.”

MIT.nano will combine the Institute’s nanotechnology, materials, and engineering systems research with the most advanced fabrication tools and materials processing capabilities. Located steps from the Infinite Corridor and MIT’s Great Dome, the facility will serve 2,000 MIT researchers, faculty and students. MIT.nano will consolidate complex research activities while simultaneously creating new connections and outdoor spaces – transforming the significant site into a campus-wide asset and new destination for the Institute. MIT.nano is envisioned to become an exciting new hub for MIT’s School of Engineering and includes material science, imaging and chemistry teaching facilities.

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