Ribbon Cutting at MIT.nano
10.09.18 On October 4th, MIT hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the highly anticipated nanotechnology laboratory on its campus. One of the biggest capital projects on the MIT campus in recent years, the 214,000 square-foot building boasts 2 levels of clean room spaces and 4 vibration-isolated imaging suites that will house equipment enabling the next generation of research and innovation at MIT. With a design and construction schedule of six years, this ceremony is the culmination of tremendous teamwork and collaboration.
MIT.nano Opens Next Week
09.25.18 With the opening ceremony coming next week, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is preparing to celebrate the small-scale available within their new nanotechnology lab, known as MIT.nano. Highlighting a focus on research, measurement, imaging and fabrication of the very small, Wilson Architects designed an elegant and transparent space in the heart of the MIT campus. The extensive glass will allow the work inside the building to be experienced by those passing by the outside, depicting the immense precision achieved in this state of the art facility.