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We are still here! (well virtually anyway) We would like to keep you posted on what some of our projects...

Post-COVID-19 SNF is very different - and evolving.  Keep up to date with the New Normal rules.

The SNF Badger server is now in the cloud. If you have a Badger link on your personal computer, you...

Thank you to labmember Sam Mumford for creating these tool selectors to figure out which deposition tool would work for...

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Recent News

2 Jul 2020

Starting Monday, July 6, we welcome back our external orgs, including industry, non-profits, govt. and other university researchers.  A lot has changed in our efforts to make the lab a safe place to work.  Please visit the...

More about Welcome Back External orgs!
11 Jun 2020

Starting June 11, SNF is slowly ramping, with cleanroom capacity now at 10 people.  Under limited operations, priority is given to Stanford researchers under MBRO considerations.  As capacity increases, we hope to welcome back our external labmembers soon.  Our immediate focus for the next...

More about Restart Update

SNF Facilities

The Stanford Nanofabrication Facility serves academic, industrial, and governmental researchers across the U.S. and around the globe. More than a lab, it's a vibrant research community. We are one of the four labs that are part of nano@stanford, under the NSF National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure program.

SNF includes a 10,000 sq ft cleanroom housing tools for device fabrication and two satellite labs supporting Metallo Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD) and new experimental fabrication methods (ExFab). SNF supports researchers in applications ranging from medicine and biology to fundamental physics and astronomy. We welcome researchers from all disciplines wishing to explore uses of micro- and nano- fabrication.

Last modified: 30 Apr 2020