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Manufactures engineered nanomaterials in the following areas: nanopowders, thin film coatings, and devices.
Nicast Ltd. develops superior medical devices from electrospun nanofabric for a wide range of clinical applications. Electrospun nanofabric is a biomaterial made of ultra-thin polymer fibers, with properties that mimic those of human tissues and organs.
Nicoya is a nanotechnology company developing novel sensor products. The company's flagship product is OpenSPR - a compact, sensitive, and affordable surface plasmon resonance instrument for molecular analysis.
Nikon has developed a technology to form a coating with very low refractive index even in the vacuum UV region, and greatly improved the angular performance of antireflection coating. This ultra-low refractive index coating is called Nanoparticle Coating because the size of the particles that compose this coating ranges from a few nanometers to just more than 10 nanometers.
Nikon Metrology offers a complete range of metrology solutions including Coordinate Measuring Machines(CMMs), Optical CMMs, 3D laser scanners, X-ray and Computed Tomography (CT), Optical CNC measuring systems , Laser Radar, iGPS /iSpace systems, and metrology software for 3D scanning, 3D digitizing, 3D inspection and reverse engineering.
The company sells stamps for nanoimprint lithography (NIL), provides imprint service, production by NIL, consultancy and enters into joint development of novel applications benefiting from nano-scale structures.
Nilima Nanotechnologies offers a wide range of nanotechnology based coatings with protective properties for various surfaces.
Nima Technology manufacture scientific instruments for the fabrication and characterisation of thin films. The company's instruments can fabricate films with a thickness as small as a couple of nanometres, just one molecule thick.
Specializes in advanced electron optics, especially the optics of very-high resolution electron microscopes.
Nissan Chemical America Corporation produces colloidal silicas and metal oxide solutions for scratch-resistant coatings for eyeglass lenses, automobile clear coats, and many other plastic parts needing protective coatings. The company also produce high-purity colloidal silicas used in the production of polishing slurries for the semiconductor industry. Their colloidal silicas are also used in the manufacture of synthetic fibers and textiles.
The foundation of Nissan Chemical Industries inorganic materials operations is its nanoparticle control technology. Beyond its core businesses and technological areas of organic materials, inorganic materials and electronics materials, the company also manufactures electroconductive nano-sized special polymers.
nLIGHT designs and manufactures industry leading high-power semiconductor lasers, and tailored integrated solutions. Following the acquisition of LIEKKI, the company is using LIEKKI's Direct Nanoparticle Deposition (DND) fiber technology process in developing new solutions.
Production of colloidal nanocrystals and research into nanocrystal-based technologies such as LEDs, solar cells and biolabels.
NNCrystal is focused solely on leveraging its advanced materials capabilities to deliver breakthrough, differentiated and sustainable solutions to the global lighting industry.
Develops and manufactures high-performance nanocomposite resin compounds and plastics solutions.
NOD Pharmaceuticals uses patented platform technology, nanoparticle oral delivery or NOD technology, to develop oral formulations for biopharmaceuticals, including insulin, exenatide, interferon, human growth hormone and more.
Designs, develops and manufactures the total range of piezoelectric products - from powders to mono- and multilayer components and all the way to finished plug-and-play applications.
Norcada, a MEMS product development company, designs and microfabricates silicon MEMS technology such as MEMS mirrors, pressure sensors, and nitride membranes.
The company offers ultra-high purity (UHP) gas and chemical distribution equipment and controls to the semiconductor, photonics, fiber optics, aerospace, nanotechnology, defense, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries.
NQCG is performing research and development in the area of commercial exploitation of nanoscale science, engineering and technology. Their main area of interest is Quantum Information Processing and Communication (QIPC). Like many other research companies, NQCG has a strong interest in the development of practical Quantum Computers.
Nordson MARCH manufactures plasma cleaning and treatment equipment, and plasma applications technology. The company has been engaged in the plasma equipment business for more than 25 years and has broad experience in the areas of advanced semiconductor packaging and assembly, wafer level packaging (WLP), printed circuit board manufacturing, life science & medical device assembly, and various large-scale industrial applications.
Supplier of nanotechnology instruments and machining products.
Northwest Mettech Corp. is dedicated to enabling the production and application of engineered nanopowders and coatings using the Company's proprietary arc plasma technology.
A technology development and natural resource company, focused both on the development of commercial applications of graphene and on the exploration and development of a portfolio of unique quality flake graphite properties in Norway.
Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. is a leading global semiconductor equipment manufacturer with solutions and services that are used by 21 of the largest 25 IC manufacturers. Nova's expertise in Thin Film and Optical CD & shape profiling metrology systems are addressing the complex measurement and process control challenges of High Volume Production (HVM) in 300 & 200 mm IC manufacturing, from 90nm to the demanding 45nm and 32nm technology nodes.
 
 
 
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