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The company is a service partner for all aspects of oligonucleotides. It developed and produced the world's first and only translucent orthodontic systems using novel nanotechnology polymer composite products.
Dental implant technology with nanoscale coatings.
Biometic develops & manufactures bioactive scaffold systems for tissue engineering and bioreactor culture. These are optimized for a range of soft and hard tissue applications. As part of an ongoing collaborative and interdisciplinary development program, Biometic is helping advance fundamental understanding in tissue culture, biomechanics and medical research.
Biomimetics Pty Ltd has developed an innovative enabling technology to coat bone-like nanohydroxyapatite for the production of an unique synthetic bone graft material that has increased superiority in bioactivity, strength controlled solubility and drug delivery over similiar products already in the market. It is a platform technology with a wide range of applications.
Combining the latest in nanotechnology and biotechnology, the company's Irys System with its nanovhannels allows to visualize the whole genome, capturing extremely long molecules at high resolution.
A bionanotech designer and maker of nanostructured chips, devices and systems for fast, comprehensive, and low-cost analysis of native state genomic, epigenomic and proteomic information with sensitivity at the single cell / single molecule level.
The company compiles and sells Japanese biotech and nanotech mailing and contact lists.
Bioni's core business is the development, production and marketing of coatings to enhance the walls, facades and roofs of all manner of buildings. Based upon the latest scientific findings in nanotechnology and together with the researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Bioni has developed an effective nano-filler combination, which when used in both interior and facade paints, permanently prevents the formation of mould, bacteria and algae.
The company's technology is based on the large scale production of nanometric particles known as VLPs (virus like particles). The most advanced application of this technology is the production of viral vector derived vaccines for human and animal health.
The company develops skin care products with its proprietary nanotechnological platform based on the development of Bioactive Complex Modeling (NANO-COMPLEXES™) that has the ability to control nano- and pico- quantities of biologically active substances.
Biontex specializes in the field of transfection technology, the delivery of genes or DNA to eukaryotic cells.
BioPAL provides products and methods to measure in vivo organ function and to track compounds-of-interest in in vivo systems. Products developed for neutron activation technology include nanocolloids for labeling, tracking and quantifying cells in in vivo models.
Through its diagnostic program, Biophage is developing a biosensor using an innovative nanotechnology. These nanosensors are based on impedance spectroscopy, an enabling technology that can detect and quantify microbial pathogens in real-time. The unique nanosensors will be built from various proprietary technologies already developed by Biophage (biocapture molecule: phages and antibodies) and by the Biotechnology Research Institute-NRC (signal generation and detection).
Develops nanotechnology drug delivery systems based on novel nanomaterials that provide precise control over location and timing of drug delivery.
The company develops its proprietary E-SPR (Enhanced Surface Plasmon Resonance) technology platform for the detection of molecular interactions.
The company has a polymer micro-system technology platform comprising core intellectual property in the areas of polymer multilevel micro- and nano-replication, plastic micro-fluidic chip fabrication and photonics integration, to provide unique products for point-of-use analytical applications.
BioSolar, Inc. has developed a breakthrough technology to produce bio-based materials from renewable plant sources. Through the advanced manipulation of bio-based polymers, BioSolar intends to produce robust bio-based components that meet the stringent thermal and durability requirements of current solar cell manufacturing processes.
A life sciences R&D company with a special focus on skin cell biology. The company has established proprietary technologies for nano-liposomal formulation techniques.
The company develops revolutionary microliter and nanoliter scale technology platforms for life sciences and drug discovery research.
Blend Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company discovering new classes of medicines to treat debilitating diseases. The company is pioneering an integrative way to discover molecular entities with new mechanisms of action purposely designed for our proprietary nanoparticles. By synergistically developing both the molecule and the nanoparticle together they can make medicines more targeted, more effective and more tolerable.
Bloo Solar is developing and manufacturing revolutionary nano-structured ultra thin film solar PV products that will provide affordable clean renewable energy for everyone. Bloo's unique technology absorbs and converts more sunlight throughout the day, resulting in a dramatic increase in total power output.
Blue Nano is an advanced manufacturer of nano materials with a focus in energy related industries. Blue Nano's leading edge patented process brings high quality nano materials cost effectively to end-user product applications under partnership with leading industrial players.
Dedicated to using nanotechnology to develop high performance battery materials.
BGI is creating graphene-based biosensors and supercapacitors for a wide range of customers and industries.
Evolved from more than 15 years research at Sydney's Macquarie University, BluGlass has invented a novel process using Remote Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (RPCVD) to grow semiconductor materials such as gallium nitride (GaN), crucial to the production of high efficiency devices including next generation lighting technology Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) at a fraction of the current cost.
 
 
 
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