Nanoplus was founded in 1998 as a spin-off from the department of Technical Physics at Würzburg University to transfer research results into applications and products with a specialization in optoelectronics devices and customer specific micro- and nanostructuring.
NanoProfile offers its customers competent technical advice in the field of polymeric composites. Although the comany's expertise is specifically focused on automotive applications it also covers all fields of mechanical engineering in which high performance meachnical properties, optimum thermal and chemical resistance, highest wear resistance or minimum friction are required.
Nanoscribe develops compact and easy-to-operate table-top laser lithography systems, allowing for true three-dimensional nanostructures in commercially available photoresists. Furthermore, the company offers the service of producing samples specially designed for the needs of the customer, including also the conversion or inversion of 3D structures into SiO2 and Si, as well as writing into different photoactive materials, such as chalcogenide glasses.
NanoTemper Technologies GmbH, a Spin-Off of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, was founded in May 2008 in order to provide analytical services to pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology and research institues.
nanoTools provides monoclonal and polyclonal antibody development services and products. Besides providing individually tailored custom solutions, the company develops, manufactures and markets phosphorylation and modification - state specific monoclonal antibodies and other innovative reagents for Signal Transduction and Alzheimer research, high throughput screening (HTS) and proteomics.
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum offers a wide range of advanced vacuum solutions for use in manufacturing and analytical processes, as well as for research purposes. The company's core capabilities centre on the development of application and customer specific systems for the creation of vacuum and extraction of process gases.