In its mission to create the next generation of photonic solutions, Chiral Photonics continues to advance the discovery and to develop ever more technologies related to chiral photophysics and glass microfabrication.
CILAS develops, manufactures and markets a wide range of lasers, optronics products and systems for defence, civilian, military security, large-scale scientific laser programmes, and scientific-industrial instrumentation. The company also coordinates the European project Saphir for the safe, integrated and controlled production of nanostructured products.
A leading source of image analysis solutions for quantitative microscopy, Clemex Technologies Inc. provides image analysis systems and image analysis software for quality control and research laboratories. Major corporations around the world in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, automotive, and research use Clemex products.
The company develops and sells tools for biomedical research based on nanotechnologies. Our products range from nanoparticles in suspensions to engineered surfaces for applications within stem cell research.
CODIXX is a manufacturer of optical polarizers for the infrared, the visible and UV spectral range. The company has developed its colorPol technology for doping of sodium silicate glass with prolate silver nanoparticles.
The company's materials expertise is in the conversion of nanoscale materials into enhanced fluids, phase change materials, and polymeric composites into respectively nanofluids, nano-PCMs and nanocomposites.
Cognoscible Technologies is a scientific consultancy that uses tools from physics, chemistry and cognitive sciences to achieve fast, profitable and innovative results. The company's tools include Physics, Chemistry, Biotechnology and Nanotechnology.
CCAN's objective is to help Irish-based companies enhance their competitive advantage through nano-enabled product innovation. CCAN acts on behalf of companies to help them access expertise and funding from across the Irish nanotechnology network, so that companies can use and develop the technologies and skills required to drive product innovation.
CombiMatrix's microarray technology allows for the parallel synthesis of large numbers of nanostructured materials. These materials can then be tested using the same chip-based technology. These activities are focused on materials that could be useful for applications in the fields of electronics, energy conversion, energy storage, catalysis, and others.