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As a researcher who makes nanomaterials, I know how much work goes into making each batch. I think nanosupply is such a fantastic way for scientists to work together to not only help make research easier but to make sure that high quality unique nanomaterials don't go to waste.Laura Hoch, PhD student and co-founder of the Green Chemistry Initiative at the University of Toronto, Canada
Many times I will make up a batch of nanomaterials only to find that they weren't suitable for my end-use. Supporting the transfer of these leftover materials not only saves real estate and waste, but facilitates collaboration when we often need only a small amount for testing. Brilliant idea.Colin Zamecnik, PhD student, UCSF Graduate Program in Bioengineering, UC Berkeley, United States
I work with researchers from various fields to characterize their samples with electron microscopy and a frequent topic of conversation is how much they are struggling to find a particular material. Because I work with so many groups, it is astounding how often the material they are searching for is actually nearby. That is why nanosupply is such an essential resource - without it too much time is spent fruitlessly.Ilya Gourevich, Senior Research Associate, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, Canada