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Carl Zeiss invests in 3D laser lithography start-up

02 October 2008 | By Mark Osborne | News > Lithography

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Nanoscribe GmbHCarl Zeiss has acquired approximately 40 percent of Karlsruhe start-up Nanoscribe GmbH, a developer of 3D laser direct lithography systems used for the manufacture of 3D micro and nano-structures. Terms of the deal were not announced. Carl Zeiss will also be involved in the development of the technology.

“Carl Zeiss is going down a new road by supporting the young researchers and entrepreneurs at an early stage in the founding of the company not only financially, but also with our knowledge and corresponding technology,” explains Dr. Michael Kaschke, member of the Executive Board, Carl Zeiss AG.

Professor Martin Wegener, one of the founders and scientific consultants of the startup, received the 2006 Carl Zeiss Research Award.

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