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.
The inspiration for NBD came from the Namib Desert Beetle, a beetle that has the ability to harvest water every morning in the Namibian desert. Based on years of research coming from elite university laboratories, NBD focuses on thin film coatings that enhance heat transfer through condensation, de-misting and anti-scaling characteristics.