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Registration Type Price Fee Quantity
Sustaining Member, 3 years $500.00 $0.00
Sustaining Member, 1 year $200.00 $0.00
Affiliate Member $50.00 $0.00
Non-profit/Academic/Government Member Free $0.00

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Renew your membership or become a new member in the Lehigh Nanotech Network

PLEASE NOTE: Click "Show other payment options" beneath the green REGISTER button to pay by check.  Annual memberships begin July 1 and end June 30.

Sustaining Member Benefits: ($200/year, or $500/3 years)
Priority to present your organization at LNN events
Eligibility for the LNN Executive Board - opportunity to provide input on management and policies
Reduced or free attendance fees for selected LNN conferences or meetings
Preferential scheduling for Lehigh instruments if you are also a Lehigh Industry Liaison Program member
Recognition as a Sustaining Member on LNN publications, with active link on the LNN website

Other benefits to ALL members:
Access to state or federal funding to support use of Lehigh University resources (subject to availability)
Information about project funding and partnering opportunities
Student connections for internships and employment
Posting news or events for your company on the LNN website
Meetings at your location to promote your company

Questions?  Call 610-758-4855 or email sls4@lehigh.edu


Lehigh Nanotech Network / Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology

Founded in 2004, the LNN is managed by Lehigh University's Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (CAMN), which since 1964 has enabled businesses to benefit from Lehigh's expertise and unique laboratory facilities. The CAMN is committed to advancing the application of nanotechnology and enhancing Lehigh’s capabilities for development and characterization of materials.  Areas of research include nanoparticle synthesis, interfacial kinetic engineering, polymer, ceramic, and metal nanocomposites, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), electronics materials, catalysis, surface chemistry, and bioengineering.  Facilities include one of the largest centers for electron microscopes in the U.S.  Through its Industrial Liaison Program (ILP), CAMN provides resources and assistance to companies, government, and others for research, new ideas, knowledge, partnerships, and funding opportunities.

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