The Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI) is Oregon’s first “Signature Research Center” for the advancement of research toward the commercialization of innovative technology within Oregon and the Northwest. ONAMI represents an unprecedented collaboration of Oregon’s three public research universities — Oregon State University, Portland State University, and the University of Oregon — in addition to Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; the State of Oregon; selected researchers from the Oregon Graduate Institute and OHSU; and the region’s world-leading “Silicon Forest” high-technology industries. Learn more about ONAMI.
The Oregon Built Environment & Sustainable Technologies Center is a nonprofit organization established by the Oregon Legislature to act as an economic development catalyst in the areas of renewable energy and green building. Oregon BEST connects the state’s businesses with a network of university researchers and laboratories to strengthen existing businesses, improve university research, and encourage the creation of new green businesses. Learn more about Oregon BEST.
University of Oregon
The University of Oregon’s world-class research team and facility within its Materials Science Institute and Department of Chemistry are uniquely equipped to study the electro-chemistry, polymer chemistry, and photo-physics of organic and inorganic materials as they are applied in optoelectronics. Voxtel has established a wet lab and organic proceessing facility at the ONAMI facility at the University of Oregon. Visit the Materials Science Institute.