Military Science Resource Blog Writer
13 June, 2017 – 14 June, 2017, NSF Hq., Arlington, VA
Nanoscience refers to the ability to manipulate individual atoms and molecules, making it possible to build machines on the scale of human cells or create materials and structures from the bottom up with novel properties. Nanoscience could change the way almost everything is designed and made, from automobile tires to vaccines to objects not yet imagined.
Nanosensor Manufacturing Workshop – provide valuable inputs as the NNI agencies continue to plan for scalable manufacturing and commercialization of nanosensors.
National Nanotechnology Coordination Office ~ Lisa Friedersdorf
Challenges faced during manufacture and responses to these challenges ~ Joseph Stetter, SPEC Sensors
Starting Up with a Nanosensor ~ Mei He, Kansas State University
Scalable Nano and Microscale Printing of Sensors and Electronics ~ Ahmed Busnaina, Northeastern University
Workshop Panel Discussion
Nanosensor Fabrication ~ Michael Huff, MNX
Nanosensor Testing ~ Abhishek Motayed, N5 Sensors, Inc.
~ Susan Rose-Pehrsson, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Nanosensors for Aerospace & Building Industries ~ Sameh Dardona, United Technologies Research Center
Dorothy Farrell, National Cancer Institute
- FDA Quality System (QS) Regulation/Medical Device Good Manufacturing Practices
- MEMS Foundry Engagement Guide Wiki
- EPA Air Sensor Toolbox: Resources and Funding
- Regulatory Case Study for the Development of Nanotechnology-enabled In Vitro Diagnostic Devices
- Sensors NSI web portal: Facilities
- Sensors NSI web portal: Organizations
- Sensors NSI web portal: Regulatory Guidance
- Sensors NSI web portal: Standards
- Sensors NSI web portal: Testing and Commercialization SupportPublications that Inspired the Scrimmage Technologies
K. Plevniak, M. Campbell, T. Myers, A. Hodges, M. He, 3D printed auto-mixing chip enables rapid smartphone diagnosis of anemia.
Biomicrofluidics 10, 054113 (2016).A. Hannon, Y. Lu, J. Li, M. Meyyappan, A Sensor array for the detection and discrimination of methane and other environmental pollutant gases.
Sensors 16, 1163 (2016).P. Liu et al., Enzyme-free colorimetric detection of DNA by using gold nanoparticles and hybridization chain reaction amplification.
Anal. Chem. 85, 7689 (2013).L. Gong et al., Colorimetric aggregation assay for arsenic(III) using gold nanoparticles. Microchim. Acta 184, 1185 (2017).
X. Miao, X. Ning, Z. Li, Z. Cheng, Sensitive detection of miRNA by using hybridization chain reaction coupled with positively charged gold nanoparticles. Scientific Reports 6, 32358 (2016).