Ångström Aerospace Corporation mission is to develop and provide products, including services based on state-of-the-art Micro-ElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) and nanotechnologies. Using advanced 3-dimensional wafer level packaging, Ångström Aerospace enables 3D-System-in-Package modules that enables unprecedented possibilities to combine micro-electronics and MEMS sensors/actuators.
Acreo provides contract R&D services in electronics, optics and communication technologies. The companies competencies include advance nanoscale fabrication technologies such as nanoimprint lithography.
Attana AB develops and sells biosensors for analysis of biomolecular interactions. Attana's biosensors can be used to determine specificity, kinetics and affinity, amongst other binding characteristics of biomolecules and macrostructures of varying species such as cells, antibodies, proteins, viruses and bacteria.
Beakon Technologies was founded 2005 based on a breakthrough innovation making it possible to produce high efficient thermoelectric elements. Efficient thermoelectric elements will dramatically change the circumstances for converting waste heat into useful electric energy. The technology can also be applied to develop energy efficient cooling and heating applications.
Camurus specializes in the development of pharmaceuticals based on advanced and effective innovative nanoscale drug delivery systems that optimize the bioavailability and therapeutic performance of a wide range of difficult substances, including: peptides, proteins, and insoluble small molecules.
The company develops and sells tools for biomedical research based on nanotechnologies. Our products range from nanoparticles in suspensions to engineered surfaces for applications within stem cell research.
Eka Chemicals is one of the world's leading manufacturers of bleaching and performance chemicals for the pulp and paper industry and supplies colloidal silicas in grades ranging from five to 100 nanometers with varying pH, concentration or charge. The company is a business unit within Akzo Nobel.
Genovis has a broad knowledge within physics, biology and biochemistry and offers nanoparticles as tools in medical imaging and for in vitro/in vivo transfections. We have developed a new category of nanoparticles that generate a contrast effect in more than one type of medical imaging technique and offer customer made nanoparticles which besides the particles per se also include method development and services in the form of pre-studies that are specifically adapted to the individual needs of the customer.
glō nanowire light-emitting diodes (nLEDs) are based on its proprietary hetero-structured semiconductor nanowire epitaxial growth and process technologies for which standard manufacturing equipment and materials can be utilized.
Micronic Laser Systems is a world-leading manufacturer of high-end laser pattern generators for the production of photomasks. Micronic's product offering also includes metrology systems for display photomasks.
Beakon Technologies (formerly Nanofreeze Technologies) develops a thermoelectric coolchip having a high efficiency, 10-15 times higher than so called Peltier-elements working on the same basic principle. The coolchip, which consists of different semiconductor materials built using nanotechnology, has many advantages compared to common cooling technology: It is small, environmentally friendly, robust and can momentarily switch from cooling to heating.
Nanologica engineers nanoporous materials for use in a range of industries, from pharmaceuticals to petrochemicals. Their patented technique enables them to create structures that have novel properties and functions based on their size, shape or composition that boost efficiency and lower manufacturing costs.
Nanoxis is a biotechnology company with extensive knowledge and experience in membrane protein research. Nanoxis has nanoscale technology solutions based on soft polymer and fluid-state liquid crystalline materials. The company is working on research and development of new nanofabrication technologies in soft polymer and fluid-state liquid crystalline material. These technologies are applicable for production of biochips used in proteomics and genetics and as advanced components for nanofluidics, nanoelectronics and robotics.
Q-Sense develops and markets research instruments based on the patented Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring (QCM-D) technology. Since 1999, when the first commercial system for measurements in liquid was launched, Q-Sense has become the leading supplier of acoustic resonator based instruments for molecular binding events taking place on various surfaces.
Development and commercialization of next generation quantum nanoscale semiconductor materials and devices for the electronics, optoelectronics and sensor markets based on the company's proprietary heterostructured nanowire epitaxial growth and process technologies.