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2019     Kick-off for our industry- and stakeholder network NanoTechNow

2019     There are now 16 active start-up companies that have
              emerged from the NanoLund environment

2016     MAX IV is inaugurated and planning and fundraising begins for
              a new nanofabrication facility, NanoLab Science Village. Several
              major units within NanoLund announce the ambition to move to
              Science Village.

2015     The Strategic Research Area becomes NanoLund, the Center
             for Nanoscience at Lund University

2015     The Strategic Research Area evaluated as one of the top five
             Strategic Research Areas in Sweden

2014     Attracts funding from EU through an Innovative Doctoral
             Program called PhD4Energy

2010     nmC becomes a Strategic Research Area funded
             by the Swedish Government

2007     Inauguration of Lund Nano Lab

2006    Linnaeus center and Linnaeus graduate school "Nanoscience
             and Quantum Engineering"

2005    Selected as one of Sweden's top 10 research environments in
             all areas of science by the Swedish Research Council (VR)

2003    Starting the new education program Engineering Nanoscience
             (BSc and MSc)

2000     Nanowire research initiated

1995    The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) funds
             the center "Nanoscience", which will be followed by other centers
             until 2012

1990    nmC funded jointly by NFR and NUTEK as a Materials Science
             Consortium program

1988    The Nanometer Structure Consortium (nmC) is initiated

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