Klarquist’s Nanotechnology Group comprises attorneys in the Physics & Optics, Electrical & Semiconductors, Life Sciences, Chemical, Software & Internet Technology, and Mechanical groups who have particular ability to cross conventional disciplinary bounds of these respective fields in the manner required for understanding nanotechnology.

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Lisa M. Caldwell
Stacey C. Slater


The firm’s diverse nanotechnology work to date has included:

  • Biomedical devices
  • Medical imaging techniques
  • Biological micro-arrays and “chips” including nucleic-acid, polypeptide, antibody, and metabolite arrays
  • Nanotube technologies including fabrication of nanotube arrays and structures, individual nanotubes, nanotubes as used in microelectronics, nanotubes as used in sensors, nanotube-containing polymers, and nanopolymetrics
  • Nanostructures other than nanotubes
  • Nanocomposites
  • Microchemical microfactories
  • Microfluidics
  • Synthesis of nanofibers, nanofilms, and nanoparticles (including metal nanoparticles)
  • MEMS
  • Micro-optical arrays
  • Nanostructural drug-delivery vehicles
  • Microthermodynamic devices and structures