Welcome to Smalltech Solutions

Smalltech Solutions Ltd utilises class 100/1000 cleanroom facilities to provide specialist nanotechnology engineering services in micro and nanoscale fabrication.

Smalltech Solutions with its growing team of professional engineers, leverages access to state of the art laboratories in the UK and Europe. The company has secured favourable terms with leading nanotechnology centres of excellence in the UK and Europe to make use of these facilities for the purpose of commercial services and prototype manufacturing.

Smalltech Solutions works with university researchers and companies, from start-up to multinational, as an agile outsourced resource for nanotechnology fabrication projects. Our focus is on providing engineering solutions through delivery of prototypes, product testing and materials/device analysis.

Generally our clients know what they want and desire to maintain control of the project management of the R&D process. Smalltech can keep the process simple by delivering nanoscale prototypes and devices on time and on budget.

  • Engineering self-assembling amyloid fibers January 26, 2015
    Researchers have come up with methods to manipulate natural proteins so that they self-assemble into amyloid fibrils. […]
  • Researchers use oxides to flip graphene conductivity January 26, 2015
    By demonstrating a new way to change the amount of electrons that reside in a given region within a piece of graphene, scientists have a proof-of-principle in making the fundamental building blocks of semiconductor devices using the 2D material. […]
  • Solid or liquid - the nanoparticle size matters January 26, 2015
    Researchers elucidate how the phase state of aerosol nanoparticles depends on their size. […]
  • Nanoshuttle wear and tear: It's the mileage, not the age January 26, 2015
    Researchers observed a molecular shuttle powered by kinesin motor proteins and found it to degrade when operating, marking the first time, they say, that degradation has been studied in detail in an active, autonomous nanomachine. […]
  • Electronic circuits with reconfigurable pathways closer to reality January 26, 2015
    Will it be possible one day to reconfigure electronic microchips however we want, even when they are in use? A recent discovery suggests as much. The researchers have demonstrated that it is possible to create conductive pathways several atoms wide in a material, to move them around at will and even to make them disappear. […]