Develops molecular self-assembly processes that allow the controlled synthesis of material structure at the nanometer level and the manufacturing of new materials with designed novel and useful engineering constitutive behaviors.
Parabon NanoLabs designs and develops a new class of therapeutics and other products made possible by proprietary technology for precisely directing the self-assembly of designer macromolecules that are functionalized with molecular subcomponents (e.g., enzymes, metals or pharmaceuticals).
Providing complete solutions for optical and thin film processing needs including miniature optical components and assemblies; design and manufacture custom vacuum systems and assemblies; unique thin-film deposition and etching techniques.
Ceres uses its Nanotrap technology - a spherical, carbon-based nanoparticle designed to collect, concentrate, isolate and preserve the smallest and scarcest of molecules found in body fluids - to pursue a range of applications in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, as well as uses in sports screening, homeland security and environmental remediation.
DuPont Teijin Films is the world's premier producer of PET and PEN polyester films, specializes in film products and related services for the speciality, industrial, packaging and advanced magnetic media and photo systems, electrical and electronics markets. DuPont Teijin Films is a 50:50 global joint venture between DuPont and Teijin.
In-Q-Tel was established as an independent, private, not-for-profit company to help the CIA and the greater US Intelligence Community (IC) to identify, acquire, and deploy cutting-edge technologies. One area of focus is nanotechnology.
Since its founding in 2003, SanAir has grown into a full-service laboratory offering analytical and consulting services specialized in asbestos, bacterial detection and identification, environmental microbiology, Legionella, and materials testing.