An early stage therapeutic drug company, NanoVector Inc. is commercializing a patent pending nanoparticle drug delivery system developed at North Carolina State University. The NanoVector nanoparticle is a plant virus. Central to our technology, this virus, which has evolved over millions of years, has several inherent characteristics essential for a successful nanoparticle delivery system and superior to any designed and engineered by humans.
Nanoxis is a biotechnology company with extensive knowledge and experience in membrane protein research. Nanoxis has nanoscale technology solutions based on soft polymer and fluid-state liquid crystalline materials. The company is working on research and development of new nanofabrication technologies in soft polymer and fluid-state liquid crystalline material. These technologies are applicable for production of biochips used in proteomics and genetics and as advanced components for nanofluidics, nanoelectronics and robotics.
KCIL-NanoXpert Technologies is an intrapreneurial arm of KCIL (Kairav Chemofarbe Industries Ltd) India for high-tech nanoparticle business, it has a technological collaboration with National Chemical Laboratories, Pune, India, under the prestigious Prime Minister?s Fellowship Program. NanoXpert's products have been developed by experts in the field with individual experience of over a decade.
Nanozar is a company founded by leading scientists from the Spanish CSIC-ICB research institute that focuses on the development of the technologies for the dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes in a wide variety of matrix materials. The aim is to to develop Carbon Nanotube composites for a broad range of applications.
Nascentric has developed unique current-based technologies to address nanometer effects, and owns a diverse, valuable patent portfolio in this and many other unique verification and analysis techniques.
Natcore Technology is the exclusive licensee, from Rice University, of a thin-film growth technology enabling room-temperature growth of various silicon oxides on silicon wafers in a liquid phase deposition (LPD) process. Although the implications of this discovery for semiconductors and fiber optics are significant and wide-ranging, the technology has immediate and compelling applications in the solar sector.
A nanomaterials company that develops and markets proprietary technologies and products that provide novel properties to a variety of materials such as industrial polymers, plastics and composites. Core product: Halloysite nanotubes.