The NanoFabrication Kingston (NFK) lab began in 2015 as a collaboration between Queen’s University and CMC Microsystems, providing researchers with access to leading-edge equipment, methodologies and expertise for designing and prototyping microsystems and nanotechnologies. Since July 2019, Queen's University is responsible for all aspects of NFK operation and management.
We are an open-access lab. We provide shared tools and expertise for:
- Scientists, engineers and students from multiple disciplines;
NFK has established an intellectual property (IP) framework as a guide to the various issues regarding IP rights that lab users may encounter, including IP ownership, usage rights and confidentiality. This framework encourages lab users to take into account relevant IP considerations from the outset.
We can help you achieve success in materials, microfluidics, micro/nano-mechanics, microelectronics and photonics technologies.
NFK is a node in a national network of university-based micro/nano discovery labs. You can learn more about these labs via CMC’s Micro-Nano Technologies Facilities Portal.
For information about financial assistance for custom micro-fabrication and travel to non-local facilities, click here.
Watch a video about micro-nano fabrication and characterization services here.