Atom NanoElectronics provides the next generation display and device technology with pure semiconducting nanomaterials. The company supplies HiPCO, electronically pure single-chirality semiconducting carbon nanotubes, and narrowly distributed large-diameter semiconducting carbon nanotubes and conductive carbon nanotubes with sheet resistance of 70 Ohms/sq at 70% transmission.
Atomaterials develops and distributes advanced nanomaterials for energy storage research and developments. Their high-purity materials covers a variety of materials, including graphene, Si nanopowders, 2D semiconductors, graphene, silicon nanopowder, nanowries and high-capacity lithium-ion battery materials.
AuraSense's uniquely engineered nanoparticles possess unparalleled biocompatibility and versatility as therapeutics and as novel assays within live cells. They hold great promise for combating the most threatening diseases, including heart disease, cancer, and bacterial infection.
Axion is developing advanced energy storage devices that it refers to as e3 Supercells. Axion's e3 Supercells replace the lead-based negative electrodes found in conventional lead-acid batteries with nanoporous carbon electrodes.
A specialty pharmaceutical company with a novel drug delivery system. Its proprietary Protein Stabilized Liposomes nanotechnology platform addresses the significant problems associated with delivery of water insoluble drugs.
Beckman Coulter, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of biomedical testing instrument systems, tests and supplies that simplify and automate laboratory processes. Spanning the biomedical testing continuum – from pioneering medical research and clinical trials to laboratory diagnostics and point-of-care testing – Beckman Coulter's 200,000 installed systems provide essential biomedical information to enhance health care around the world.
Law firm focusing on conventional and engineered nanoscale chemical, pesticide, and other specialty chemical product approval and regulation, chemical product litigation, and associated business issues.