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Mesa+ - NanoLab

25 Oct 2017 - UT developing a new type of synthetic molecular machine Researchers at the University of Twente’s research institute MESA+ are constructing  molecular machines capable of exerting a measurable force at nanoscale and in fluid environment. The design of these machines is based on self-assembling supramolecular tubules which can accumulate and store energy from light and convert it into a mechanical work. 4 Aug 2017 - UT-researcher Sarthak Misra in EenVandaag on needle steering On Wednesday, 2 August, television program EenVandaag aired an interview with UT-Associate Professor Sarthak Misra. 3 Jul 2017 - University of Twente develops record laser on chip Working in collaboration with the Lionix company, researchers from the University of Twente’s MESA+ research institute have developed the world’s most narrowband diode laser on a chip. 29 May 2017 - 20 Seconds Science is back! MESA+ and MIRA are working on a broad diversity of research subjects, it’s time to show the world! The challenge? To show it in 20 seconds… In 2015 25 videos were made and they were awesome. Do you accept the challenge to top the last performance? We would like to invite you to participate! 12 Apr 2017 - Eurekite wins the “Best Startup” prize of the nano2start contest at MECSPE 2017 Eurekite founded by researchers of MESA + Institute for Nanotechnology University of Twente in Enschede, The Netherlands. 

The Flexiramics® technology of Eurekite was awarded with the “Best Startup prize for the best industrial innovation in nanotechnology and new materials” at the MECSPE fair in Parma.
20 Mar 2017 - Want to boost your education? Upcoming CELT workshops for UT lecturers: 6 Dec 2016 - University of Twente researchers able to study individual defects in transistors Scientists from the University of Twente’s MESA+ research institute have developed a method for studying individual defects in transistors. All computer chips, which are each made up of huge numbers of transistors, contain millions of minor ‘flaws’. 30 Sep 2016 - Scale-up facility for microfluidic systems The University of Twente, Saxion University of Applied Sciences and four high tech companies are combining forces to increase the production capacity for microfluidic systems. As part of this pilot line project (“proeftuin”), they are improving access for SMEs to their facilities, including the MESA+ NanoLab and High tech Factory. Moreover, four concrete demonstrators to suit a range of applications will be developed, including a micropipette and micro needle.

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