The aim of MARINA is to develop and validate the Risk Management Methods for Nanomaterials.
To do this, MARINA will address the four central themes for the Risk Assessment and Management of Nanomaterials: Materials, Exposure, Hazard, and Risk. In MARINA we will develop beyond state-of-the-art referential tools from each of these themes and integrate them into a Risk Management Toolbox and Strategy for both human and environmental health.
With an installation base of over 850 systems worldwide, Heidelberg Instruments is a world leader in the production of high-precision photolithography systems and maskless aligners. Due to their flexibility, these systems are used in research, development and industrial applications for direct writing and photomask production by some of the most prestigious universities and industry leaders. Applications include MEMS, BioMEMS, nanotechnology, ASICS, TFT, plasma displays, micro optics and others.
The Microproducts Breakthrough Institute is a unique collaboration between Oregon State University and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory focused on the development and commercialization of microchannel-based technologies for energy, medical, environmental and national security applications. Formed in 2003, the MBI model is to include academic, federal laboratory and industrial researchers in the same facility and to support the researchers with unique fabrication, modeling and testing capabilities tailored to the development of microchannel devices.
Microflow CVO is dedicated to providing high performance micromixers and microfluidic components that improve reaction control, reduce waste, and lower capital costs. Our growing suite of standard micromixer designs will meet the needs of many research and industrial customers. In addition, we build customized products to meet your unique needs, i.e., mixers to match your process.
Picosun is an international equipment manufacturer with a world-wide sales and service organization. We develop and manufacture Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) reactors for micro- and nanotechnology applications. Picosun provides the customers with versatile, reliable, and user-friendly ALD process tools, which offer unique scalability from research to production. Picosun is based in Espoo, Finland and has its US headquarters in Detroit. SUNALE™ ALD process tools have been installed in various universities, research institutes, and companies across Europe, USA, and Asia.
Imina Technologies is a privately held company founded in 2009 to exploit more than ten years of research in high precision robotics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland (EPFL).
With many years of experience in precision engineering, micro-robotics and nanomanipulation, our interdisciplinary team is geared up for the needs of the most demanding users. The unique combination of our know-how enables us to propose complete solutions for even the most specific applications.