NanoMedical Systems, in Austin, Texas, has built a bio-chemical wetlab and the first of two medical device cleanrooms on site for implant assembly and chip cleaning and processing. Clean operations are possible down to Class 1 (ISO 7).
The NMS silicon-based nanotechnologies are fabricated at Novati, Inc. under the direction of NMS engineers. This leading-edge development fab in Austin was formerly operated by the semiconductor R&D consortium, Sematech, for its most advanced chip R&D.
NMS has funded sponsored research at UT Health Science Center in Houston and our primary IP licenses are from there. Additional work has been done at UT Austin in the Microelectronics Research Center, the Pharmacy College, and the Biomedical Engineering Department. Large animal studies have been done at Texas A&M University’s TIPS facility.
Since Dr. Ferrari’s move to The Houston Methodist Research Institute, including the entire PMDS and NMD research teams, NMS has now established material transfer, sponsored research agreements, and licensing at that Institution.
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