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Cambridge NanoTech average salary is $100,285, median salary is $105,285 with a salary range from $80,000 to $110,570.
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Senior Research Scientist 110,570-110,570 Cambridge, MA, 02138 2011 Cambridge NanoTech Senior Research Scientist Salaries (2)
Cambridge NanoTech Cambridge, MA Salaries
General 80,000-80,000 Cambridge, MA, 02138 2011 Cambridge NanoTech General Salaries (1)
Cambridge NanoTech Cambridge, MA Salaries
Chief Technical Officer 100,000-100,000 Cambridge, MA, 02138 2010 Cambridge NanoTech Chief Technical Officer Salaries (1)
Cambridge NanoTech Cambridge, MA Salaries
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Cambridge NanoTech Information
  • Cambridge NanoTech
  • Industry: Technology Consulting
  • City: Cambridge, MA
  • Cambridge NanoTech manufactures Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) systems for a variety of coating applications. ALD is a self-limiting process used to deposit thin films one atomic layer at a time. This results in near perfect films with digital control on the atomic level. A large number of standard materials are available for deposition.