Nanomet is a Russian manufacturer of colloidal metal nanoparticles with a biochemical synthesis method. The company offers mutual research and development programs where their nanoparticles can be used.
Nanometics is a chemical research company dedicated to the development of novel raw materials for the personal care and textile industries. In addition, there are several ongoing collaborations in projects relating to biomedical imaging, chiral molecular switches for quantum computing and supramolecular chemistry for neural prosthetics.
Nanometrics' product lines offer an extensive array of proprietary technologies in optics, software and systems integration designed to meet the process control requirements of today's advanced semiconductor technologies.
Nanonics is a nanoscale characterization company that manufactures scanning probe microscopes (SPM) and atomic force microscopes (AFM), with an emphasis on integrating them with other tools such as optical, spectroscopic, and electron microscopes. Among the more popular of these class if tools emerged the scanning optical microscope (NSOM/SNOM) and AFM-Raman microscope.
NanoNutrients is devoted to the development and production of 'Nano Nutrients' and their associated technologies. The company strives to meet the nanotechnology needs of food and supplement companies that deal in both liquid and non-liquid based products.
Nanopartz™ is recognized as both an innovator and a quality supplier of gold nanoparticle based products including spherical gold nanoparticles and gold nanorods. Products developed at Nanopartz™ constitute the essential core technology for the life sciences in diagnostics, imaging, and therapeutics. In other fields, Nanopartz™ products are perfectly suited for sensors, solar cells, liquid crystals, non-linear optics, polarizers, negative refractive index materials, standards, and as robust subcomponents in electronics. The company offers products for the researcher as well as the materials manufacturer.
Nanopharma offers nanofiber structures in the specific needs of research and industry and is heavily involved in the development of unique medical devices based on nanotechnology, such as regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
NanoPhotonica brings innovative nanomaterials and production techniques to enable market-altering improvements to displays, solar panels, as well as other electronic device industries. The increased conductivity of their materials enhances electrical-optical conversion, and its ability to act as a moisture, oxygen and UV barrier prevents premature degradation and increases device lifespan.
Nanoplus was founded in 1998 as a spin-off from the department of Technical Physics at Würzburg University to transfer research results into applications and products with a specialization in optoelectronics devices and customer specific micro- and nanostructuring.