The EITRE 3 system will be delivered to the Physics department at University of Cambridge and installed in the cleanroom at Cavendish Laboratory. The system will be used by the Nanophotonics Group for R&D activities focused on applications within nano-photonics and colour-changing wall papers.
The EITRE 3 system is planned to be delivered in the fourth quarter this year.
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