Dr. Duncan Graham, Professor and Director of the Centre for Molecular NanoMetrology of the University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, will be the keynote speaker for the webinar. He will speak about the creative uses of DPN® and how this technique generates nanopatterns used in a variety of experiments, including patterns for stem cell research.
Professor Graham stated, “Modern science is advanced through independent thinking, but often limited by instrumental capability. Dip Pen Nanolithography offers the opportunity to produce unprecedented nanostructures that can be used to influence macroscopic systems and expand the boundaries of creative nanoscience research.”
Tom Levesque, Vice President of NanoFabrication Systems at NanoInk, will present a brief history of the field of Dip Pen Nanolithography and related products, along with specific applications that are practiced in several laboratories. Dr. John Gallagher, also of NanoInk, will discuss the NLP 2000 System, a new and easy-to-use, large area nanopatterning system for research applications and the wide reaching impact that this tool will have upon the scientific community.