Neil Kane and his staff had figured out how to rearrange methane gas to create industrial diamonds, but their company couldn’t afford to build the highly specialized lab needed for developing such nanotechnology.

So they hit the rental market and paid for lab time at Cornell University’s Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility.

Thirteen nano-level university laboratories across the country are hiring themselves out to businesses eager to make their mark in the


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