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Developed a technology to compact DNA into complexes containing only a single molecule of DNA, resulting in a volume 30-1000 times smaller than other complexes. This simple difference makes Copernicus' "DNA nanoparticles" highly stable and uniquely able to deliver DNA to the nuclei of non-dividing human cells - which includes most cells in the body.
The company develops and markets a range of analysing instruments based on innovative and patented technology transfers.
Develops the Emulsiphan™ nanoparticle tumor targeting technology.
The company combines creative science and engineering to discover, develop, and deliver revolutionary materials-based solutions, including nanomaterials. CRG focuses on the design and application of state-of-the-art materials for commercial and military markets.
Correlated Magnetics is a revolutionary scientific breakthrough that enables magnets to be 'programmed' such that they can produce never-before-seen behaviors far beyond the simple 'attract' and 'repel' of conventional single-axis dipole magnets. This new technology, which can be scaled down to the nanoscale, can be used both to improve existing products currently employing magnets and to empower innovative new products in applications where conventional magnets were never considered practical.
A manufacturer of nanoparticles.
Develops and provides systems, processes, materials, equipment as well as wear and tear parts for PVD & CVD thin-film and sputter applications. The thickness of these coatings is in the range of a few nanometers, depending on the application.
Covaris, Inc. is a life science instrument company. Its proprietary instrument platform, based on patented Adaptive Focused Acoustic (AFA) technology brings unsurpassed speed and efficiency to biological and chemical sample preparation. The AFA process, based on shock wave physics, delivers controlled, precise and accurate energy to biological and chemical samples.
Coventor, Inc. is a leading worldwide provider of 3D analysis and design automation software for the development of micro- and nano-scale devices and systems. These include microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) such as inertial sensors, inkjet print heads and displays. In addition, semiconductor manufacturers, fabless and labless companies developing 180nm to sub 32nm devices and processes also use Coventor's 3D software.
CPS Instruments Europe delivers ultra-high resolution nano particle size characterisation systems based on the powerful technique of differential centrifugal sedimentation (DCS).
The company manufactures state-of-the-art instruments using optical and electrooptical technology for scientific and industrial applications. Key target areas are: fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy.
CRAIC Technologies™ is a developer of UV-visible-NIR range scientific instruments for microanalysis. These include the QDI series UV-visible-NIR microspectrophotometer instruments designed to non-destructively measure the optical properties of microscopic samples. CRAIC's UVM series microscopes cover the UV, visible and NIR range and hel analyze with sub-micron resolutions far beyond the visible range.
CrayNano was spun-off from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to commercialize a new technology to grow gallium arsenide (GaAs) nanowires on graphene using molecular beam epitaxy. The new hybrid electrode material offers excellent optoelectronic properties.
Creative Diagnostics is a leading manufacturer and supplier of magnetic particles, antibody arrays, critical immunoassay kits and reagents.
Vacuum coating techniques for research, electron microscopy and product development.
EB lithography systems for nanofabrication.
Cromoz Inc., is an advanced materials innovator and manufacturer focused on the development of carbon nanotechnology enabled products primarily for the biomedical industry. These innovative products are based on two proprietary technologies, water soluble carbon nanotubes and water soluble fluorescent carbon quantum dots.
Crossing Automation is a leading supplier of wafer-level automation to the semiconductor manufacturing and related industries. They bring to market a broad product portfolio spanning atmospheric pressure and vacuum-compatible platform modules.
Commercializes single-crystal aluminum nitride (AlN) substrates for the cost-effective production of high power, high temperature, and optoelectronic devices such as blue and ultraviolet lasers.
Crystalplex develops and commercializes innovative fluorescent markers for use in basic life science research, pharmaceutical research, diagnostics and histology. The technology is based on proprietary composition-tunable nanocrystals (quantum dots).
Supplier of detectors for electron microscopy.
CSEM, the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology, Inc., is a privately held research and development company active in Applied Research; Product Development; Prototype and Low-volume Production; Technology Consulting. Its main fields of activity are micro- and nanotechnologies, microelectronics, systems engineering, microrobotics, photonics, information and communication technologies.
Provider of advanced mechanical surface testing instruments, manufactures microIndentation, nanoindentation, microscratch and nanoscratch systems as well as tribometer.
The company manufactures premium nanocopper with grade (purity) over 99.9% and sizes between10 to 100 nm, stabilized and zero valence.
Curiox is a bioinstrumentation company enabling the miniaturization of heterogeneous bioassay for researchers working in life sciences, drug discovery, and diagnostics. Curiox's patented miniaturization platform, DropArray, provides up to 1,000 times savings in sample and reagent consumption, and up to 10 times reduction in assay time.
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