UT Dots Inc. is a nanotechnology research and manufacturing company based at the University of Illinois Research Park at Champaign, Illinois. The company specializes in manufacturing high quality silver and gold nanoinks. Their current technology enables continuous production of nanoparticles of desired chemical nature and quality from aerosol.
Varian's scientific instruments and vacuum technologies, consumable supplies, and solutions are key tools in bio-molecular and academic research, pharmaceutical R&D and manufacturing, and industrial R&D and quality control.
Velocys, Inc. is commercializing revolutionary processing systems, including nanoscale ones, that provide energy companies with new synthetic fuels and chemical companies with substantial capital cost savings, improved product yields, and greater energy efficiencies.
The company sells nanowire sensing devices for molecular diagnostics - real-time, continuous flow and label free over 5 logs dynamic range to 10s of fm/mL sensitivity of proteins, nucleic acid and viruses. Virus LOD is single viruses.
WaferGen Biosystems, Inc. is a leader in the development, manufacture and commercialization of next-generation systems for gene expression, genotyping, stem cell research and cell biology for the life science and pharmaceutical industries.
WaveSense develops, manufactures, and markets breakthrough analytical nanotechnologies for use in cellular and molecular assay markets. The company's patented and hierarchy technology is called Xenographic Retention Chromatography (XRC) - branded as EpiSep, which is a lateral flow separations platform that provides rapid, advanced detection and characterization of live cells, proteins, and/or genes. Researchers can then harvest the targets for interrogation purposes within their desired application.
The World Technology Evaluation Center, Inc. is a leading organization in conducting international technology assessments via expert review. Assignments and projects include various nanotechnology studies.
XOS® has been a leading global provider of advanced X-ray optics for material analysis systems since the optics' commercial introduction in the mid-1990s. The systems are important for essentially all industries that use materials – from cement to semiconductor to pharmaceutical to petroleum – measuring aspects such as semiconductor film thickness, stress in turbine blades, groundwater contamination, and contaminant levels.
A spin-out of NC State's Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization program, Xanofi specializes in producing custom, low-cost, functional nanofibers for applications in medicine, energy, and performance textiles. We are currently seeking co-development projects with customers seeking a nanofiber solution for their products.
XG Sciences develops and produces multifunctional materials that are based on their xGnP brand graphene nano-platelets. The company manufactures these nano-platelets through proprietary techniques that allow them to control their size and surface characteristics.