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The company's product portfolio ranges from solar cells, crystalline and thin film solar modules to turnkey photovoltaic systems.
A provider of innovative technologies and products for preanalytical sample preparation and molecular diagnostics solutions such as the HiLight Array System that uses Resonance Light Scattering (RLS), a technology based on the optical light scattering properties of nano-sized metal colloid particles.
Qimonda is a leading global memory supplier with a broad diversified DRAM product portfolio. The company conducts active research in nanoelectronics.
Manufactures e-beam lithography and nanoengineering instruments.
The company is an independent validation, parts cleanliness, and method development testing lab. rap.ID applies the latest automated particle identification and characterization technolgies to foreign particle dilemmas to quickly solve or avoid regulatory issues.
Specialized on nanosilver production.
The company is developing a novel immunotherapy for cancer. It uses synthetic shells of Polyoma viruses as transportation vehicles for active agents vaccines.
Retsch Technology develops and sells state-of-the-art optical measuring systems for particle characterization. The products cover a wide measuring range from 1 nm to 30 mm and allow for the analysis of 1) Particle size of colloidal materials, emulsions, suspensions, dispersions, powders and granulates and 2) Particle shape of powders and granulates.
The company develops nanomaterials for wear-resistant surface coatings and friction-related pocesses.
Riegler & Kirstein is a company devoted to the design of Langmuir troughs and layer-by-layer deposition (self-assembly) devices for use in the scientific field of monolayers and Langmuir-Blodgett research.
Roth & Rau AG is by market share one of the world's leading suppliers of plasma process systems for the photovoltaics industry. The company also supplies components and process systems based on plasma and ion beam technology for other sectors.
Manufactures additives and catalysts with Titanium dioxide and barium sulfate nanoparticles.
The company's core competence is in applied chemical nanotechnology for additives and coatings in medicine, medical techniques, life science, hygiene, cosmetics and food.
Distributor for surface and particle analysis instruments.
The company manufactures ZERODUR, an inorganic, non-porous glass ceramic, characterized by a phase of evenly distributed nano-crystals within a residual glass phase. ZERODUR contains about 70-78 weight percent crystalline phase with a high quartz structure. This crystalline phase has a negative linear thermal expansion, while that of the glass phase is positive. The crystals have an average size of about 50 nm.
SENTECH Instruments develops, manufactures and sells advanced quality instrumentation for Thin Film Metrology (reflectometer, ellipsometer, spectroscopic ellipsometer) and Plasma Process Technology (plasma etcher, plasma deposition systems).
SGS offers you a wide range of services in the field of Microelectronics and Nanotechnology. SGS can inspect inbound materials, chemicals and gases, and conduct quality assurance testing on process media for you. The company offers: R&D Support, Quality Control along the Production Process, Environmental Analysis, Reliability Tests, Failure and Damage Analysis, Outsourcing Solutions, Greentesting (WEEE/RoHS).
Siemens conducts nanotechnology research in various areas such as medical technologies, nanoelectronics, coatings and materials.
Develops and manufactures nano positioning and measurement instruments.
The product range stretches from micro- and nanopositioners to sophisticated steering and control systems and includes end-effectors and tools for the micro- and nanoworld.


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