Xolve (previously Graphene Solutions) is a manufacturer of purified and size selected carbon nanotubes, graphene and nanographene. The company is working to commercialize simple room temperature processing of graphene and other nanoparticle composites, solutions and coatings.
The company develops, produces and markets nanotechnologies for the life sciences. They produce a variety of nano-structured surfaces for use in research and are also developing a range of products that derive from a proprietary platform technology using liquid crystals for the rapid detection of molecular interactions.
InStep NanoPower have developed an inexpensive simple high-power energy harvester capable of converting mechanical energy to electrical power providing up to 20 Watts, which can dramatically extend the capabilities and operational times of a wide range of mobile electronic devices. The mechanical energy is converted to electrical energy by a novel microfluidic device through the interaction of thousands of liquid microdroplets with a groundbreaking nanostructured substrate.
SonoPlot provides innovative fluid dispensers and chemical surface treatments for microelectronics and the life sciences. The Microplotter line of dispensers can print microcircuitry on a desktop for research and development or deposit high-density grids of biomolecules such as DNA or proteins for fabrication of microarrays. A wide variety of materials can be treated with the SonoCoat surface modification process, producing ideal surfaces for adhering molecules in a microarray.
Nano Enhanced Wholesale Technologies is an engineering support and sales company can supply several different nanomaterials. They are able to supply support for, designing, modeling, and procuring material for customers in a wide variety of areas.
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