Ohio State deploys security technology for cleanrooms

FEB. 26–AUSTIN, TEXAS–NetBotz Inc. says The Ohio State University’s MicroMD Laboratory is now using its Internet-based security techology to monitor the physical factors that can disrupt operations of the facility and ensure the safety of the materials, equipment and personnel working in the laboratory.

Open just a year, the MicroMD lab serves both the corporate and academic research communities by providing multiple microfabrication process lines with biochemical wet lab space.

Containing four cleanroom work bays with more than 6,000 square feet of ISO Class 5 clean space and a 4,500 square foot biohybrid lab, the site aids in the development of microsystems and nanotechnology devices and materials, particularly for biomedical applications (BioMEMS). BioMEMS are very small medical devices with features typically between one-millionth and one-billionth of an inch or smaller.


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