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Design, synthesis, and analysis of small molecule organic compounds for the pharmaceutical industry.
Develops products based on a technology platform that allows the fabrication of nanostructures from one or more inorganic materials,
NanoSys GmbH is active in the manufacture of nanoscaled chemical layers for all different substrates and functions, be it the improvement of corrosion resistance, hydrophobizity of pure and painted wood, hydrophobizity of sandstone, bricks and concrete, improving adhesion of paints to all sorts of plastics, easy to clean properties of surfaces, etc.
Nanotailor, has licensed NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's unique single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) fabrication process with plans to make high-quality, low-cost SWCNTs available commercially.
Develops SPMs, controll systems for SPMs and software for data visualization and processing of SPM images.
The company develops its Bionic Nanotechnology smart-surface protection treatments for a number of industries and surfaces.
Nanotech, Inc. manufactures nano composite powders through a proprietary process (Spray Conversion Method).
Nanotech America (NTA) is the distributor of the family of Scanning Probe Microscopes manufactured by NT-MDT (Zelenograd, Russia).
The company is a producer of industrial-grade graphene.
The company manufactures and sells benchtop systems for growing high quality carbon nanotubes for education, research and product development. They also have CNT arrays available for sale that are more than adequate for research or product development purposes.
A commercialization and business consulting firm.
The company designs and sells security devices. In its N.O.t.E.S (Nano-Optic Technology for Enhanced Security) application, commercially viable nanotechnology has been designed into specialized optics yielding unique signatures that cannot be reproduced by a counterfeit.
A nanotechnology materials company focusing on the development and production of military and commercial products that have performance benefits through the incorporation of nanotechnology.
NATSYCO is an university based spin off company. Its main fields of work are research, production and marketing of nanotechnology instruments, devices and materials.
The company develops technologies for commercial manufacture of carbon nanocluster material, fullerene-containing soot, mixtures of fullerenes and their homologues from spectroscopically pure graphite.
NanoBioNexus is a non-profit, volunteer-managed industry organization that showcases applications of nanotechnology with a special interest in the Life Sciences.
(Site in Spanish) Manufactures nanopowders and other nanomaterials.
The core business of NANOTEK Instruments, Inc., is research, development, manufacture, sales and service of nano materials and processing technologies (including nano materials and bio-materials), energy storage and conversion technologies (including fuel cell systems, batteries, and solar energy materials), and rapid prototyping/tooling/manufacturing technologies.
NanoTemper Technologies GmbH, a Spin-Off of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, was founded in May 2008 in order to provide analytical services to pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology and research institues.
A consulting company specialized in nanotechnology.
A nanotechnology development company commercializing the inventions of Prof. George Whitesides at Harvard University and a worlwide network of complementary innovators.
Nano-positioning systems.
Uses nanotechnology to create novel drug delivery systems.
nanoTherics Ltd was formed in August 2007 to exploit a novel gene transfection technology arising from biomedical research at Keele University and the University of Florida. The patented technology uses nanoparticles and magnetic fields to facilitate the delivery of foreign DNA into living cells.
Develops methods for the large-scale, high-yield and low-cost production of carbon nanotubes.
 
 
 
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