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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.
A developer and manufacturer of innovative nanomaterials, acoustic devices, transducers, sensors and precision microphones used in a variety of health, entertainment, industrial, energy and scientific fields.
Nanoscale additives for reinforced plastics in the automotive industry, of flexible and rigid packaging such as films, bottles, trays, and blister packs, and also of electronics plastics such as wire and cable coatings.
sp3 is a full service provider of products and services relating to thin-film and freestanding diamond deposition and other diamond materials.
The company is a manufacturer of boron and silicon carbide fiber products used primarily to reinforce advanced composite materials, and boron nanopowder for conversion to magnesium diboride.
A manufacturer and distributor of surface analysis and thin film deposition components and systems.
Spectradyne LLC is commercializing a revolutionary method of measuring sub-micron nanoparticles. Applications include characterizing nanomedicine delivery systems, the measurement of protein aggregation in the drug development industry, virology and in consumer product quality control.
Nanofiltration technology.
The company manufactures and supplies uniform nano- and microparticles for biomedical and diagnostic applications.
Employs microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) fabrication processes and materials science to develop innovative micro- and nanometer-scale structures, devices, and systems to solve important problems.
The company develops biosensor technology that incorporates a proprietary nanostructured optical grating,
Stainless Design Concepts (SDC) is a manufacturer UHP gas and chemical delivery systems for state-of-the-art semiconductor, solar, MEMS, LED or nanotechnology fabrication processes.
Stanford Advanced Materials Corporation is a global supplier of a series of pure metals, alloys, ceramics and minerals such as oxides, chlorides, sulfides, oxysalts, etc.
Worldwide supplier of rare earth, non-ferrous, advanced ceramic materials and carbon nanotubes.
Manufactures nanostructured ceramic forming polymers.
A patent commercialization firm formed solely to exploit a number of nanotechnology patents.
The company uses a proprietary nanotechnology delivery systems designed to support the environment during stem cell culturing, harvesting, differentiation and post transplantation procedures.
Stion Corporation (formerly NStructures) is a solar photovoltaics company developing high-efficiency thin-film modules. The Company is aiming to minimize the total installed system costs of solar electricity. Stion was founded in 2006, and its technology is based on the work of Dr. Howard Lee, a leading researcher in nanotechnology and semiconductor materials and devices.
Strasbaugh has over 60 years of leadership in design and manufacturing of advanced surfacing technology for the global Semiconductor, Silicon, Data Storage, MEMS, LED, Telecommunications and Optics industries. Through close alliances with premier manufacturers in these high-technology markets, Strasbaugh developed pioneering technology that has become the standard in polishing and grinding today.
Supplier of microscopy instruments and manufacturer of sample preparation equipment, consumable supplies, accessories for microscopy and microanalysis laboratories.


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