Micromaterials (P) Ltd. is a Bangalore based company focused on developing innovative nano and micro technologies and materials catalysts. The new generation catalysts are the result of a radically new patented process.
Provides a complete line of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment targeted exclusively for areas of application and research involving particle science and particle technology, including nanoscience.
micromod Partikeltechnologie GmbH develops and produces particles with functional properties for biochemical applications. Current particle applications make high demands on functionality and quality in view of substrate fixation, separation and detection. In order to fulfill these demands, micromod offers a large assortment of nano- and microparticles listed in more than 1000 catalogue items.
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.
Mirexus Inc. is a natural biomaterials company that is commercializing a novel nanotechnology based on polysaccharide nanoparticles that can be used in a wide variety of markets ranging from cosmetics to nutraceuticals to biomedical applications in animal and human health. This technology was originally developed at the University of Guelph in the laboratories of Professor John Dutcher.