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Nanofabrication meets open science

Sharing the step-by-step procedures necessary to fabricate nanostructures could optimize efforts to achieve reproducible devices.

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Fig. 1: Tacit knowledge in nanofabrication process development.


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Bereyhi, M.J., Kippenberg, T.J. Nanofabrication meets open science. Nat. Nanotechnol. 16, 850–852 (2021).

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