Spectra Plasmonics receives international nanotechnology award

Posted on February 20, 2019


Spectra Plasmonics, one of NanFabrication Kingston’s earliest clients, has earned a second international award for its ultra-sensitive sensing technology. The company received the Startup Award (Overseas) at the 2019 International Nanotechnology Exposition and Conference, held Jan. 30-Feb. 1 in Tokyo, Japan.

Spectra was established in 2017 to commercialize research by Queen’s University PhD candidates Hannah Dies and Josh Raveendran under the supervision of Professors Aris Docoslis and Carlos Escobedo of Queen’s Dept. of Chemical Engineering.

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