Micronit Microfluidics focuses on developing, prototyping and manufacturing lab-on-a-chip products. Micronit has extensive experience supplying microfluidic solutions to the life sciences industry. Capabilities include nanofluidic channels (depth down to 100 nm).
Microspray International specializes in ultrasonic spray nozzle coating solutions for a variety of industries, when increased transfer efficiencies, repeatability of your process and coating uniformity are key.
Millidyne is an innovative materials technology company providing advanced coating materials and surface treatment technologies for customers in the metal, electronics, construction and process industries. Sol-gel technology and functionalized polymers are the cornerstones of the company's coating chemicals. Sol-gel technology combines different materials on a molecular level to create true nanocomposite structures.
The Micro-Bio-Nano Company. MiniFAB offers customized manufacturing and advanced product development, exploiting leading edge polymer microfabrication. The company's business is the design, fabrication and integration of polymer microengineered systems.
The Advanced Sciences & Technologies Division is responsible for promoting strategies to expand its business with an eye on the future. In this division, we are commercializing cutting-edge technologies and working to foster new ventures in such areas as healthcare, biotechnology, nanotechnology, information electronics and environmental business.
Mitsui has established two research institutes to date, one concentrating on R&D targeted at the mass production of carbon-based nanotechnology materials and the other focusing on application of nano-porous materials.
Mittal Enterprises has distinction in manufacturing Nanofluid Interferometer and other Laboratory and Scientific Instruments covered with Trademark, Design Registration and Copyright. Established in 1976, they are an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.
The company produces fiber-based laser sources for applications ranging from material processing for solar cell manufacturing, semiconductor fabrication and assembly, and flat panel display manufacturing, to scientific uses such as STED microscopy.
The company develops Modumetal™, a nanolaminated alloy that is stronger and lighter than steel and will replace conventional metals and composites in many applications, starting with military armor, and eventually in cars, planes, buildings, and other transportation and construction sectors.