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Spectroscopy instruments for nanotechnology such as near-field photoluminescence spectrometers.
Nanometer Pattern Generation System for Direct Write Lithography using a commercial Electron or Ion Beam Microscope.
The company sells the Nanotube Modeler software, a program for generating xyz-coordinates for nanotubes and nanocones.
Primary goals of the company are the development and the establishment of innovative bioinstrumentation based on Femtosecond Laser Technology for biotechnology, cell biology and medicine, e.g. nanoprocessing with femtosecond near infrared laser pulses.
Offers innovative photonic solutions by combining new design strategies, micro- and nanotechnology, precision machining and conventional optics fabrication technology.
A global supplier of scientific instruments used for research and development in the fields of nanotechnology, life sciences, optical communication, forensics, and biotechnology.
JFE Steel has developed a new high strength hot-rolled steel sheet which provides excellent performance in automobile suspension and chassis parts: 'NANOHITEN', a new precipitation-hardened high strength hot-rolled steel sheet in which precipitates are refined to a size of several nanometers, giving the material an excellent balance of elongation and the hole-expansion ratio.
The company produces diamond abrasives. Among its products are nanodiamond materials.
Jordan Valley Semiconductors, Inc. provides industry-leading metrology solutions for thin films, based on novel, rapid, non-contacting, and non-destructive X-ray technology.
The company envisioned and developed more than twenty different classes of novel, unique, accurate, affordable and self-reading indicators (Nano-Indis™) which are based on destruction of nanostructures (∼10 nm aluminum layer and its naturally formed oxide layer of a metallized plastic film).
Scanning probe technology for soft matter, life scciences and nanobiotechnology.
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