Micro Electro Fabrication Facility

Micro Electro Fabrication Facility

Engineering | Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences
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With the ability to fabricate devices as small as one-millionth of a metre, the new Micro Electro Fabrication facilities at UBC’s Okanagan campus provide state-of-art tools for a new generation of engineering students. The labs and faculty also create solutions for wide scope of industry and community partners.

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Student working in the MEMS facility.

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Engineering student tours guests through the MEMS facility Credit: Jody Jacob

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