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Parabon NanoLabs designs and develops a new class of therapeutics and other products made possible by proprietary technology for precisely directing the self-assembly of designer macromolecules that are functionalized with molecular subcomponents (e.g., enzymes, metals or pharmaceuticals).
Manufacturers of the ActiPix™ range of capillary-based UV absorbance detectors and spectrophotometers for applications including monitoring nanoscale biocatalytic reactions and measuring molecular size of both small molecules and biomolecules.
Pardam, s. r. o. produces high-quality nanofibrous materials (inorganic NnF CERAM and polymer NnF MBRANE) manufactured using industrial forcespinning production technology. Pardam has been focusing on production and development of nanofibrous materials since 2009 and has extensive experience with electrospinning and forcespinning production technology. Various applications in e.g. separation membranes, battery separators, catalysts.
Park Systems serves its customers with a complete range of AFM solutions including AFM systems, options, and software, along with global service and support.
PARS Environmental, Inc. is a full service environmental consulting firm that offers creative solutions to a broad range of engineering, health & safety, and environmental issues. One of their solutions is the NanoFe submicron nanoparticles remediation technology for soils and groundwater.
The company is a global leader in designing, manufacturing, and servicing particle counters and molecular/gas analyzers.
Particle Metrix supplies instruments and services for particle characterisation and dispersion stability analysis. The focus is on small particles starting from 1 nm upwards or, from nano- and micro - particle dispersions to powders in the µm to mm range. The portfolio of instruments and services is based on own particle charge analysers and particle size and shape analysers from Microtrac Inc. and Occhio S.a.r.l.
Particle Sciences is an integrated provider of both standard and nanotechnology approaches to drug development and delivery. The company originally pioneered use of encapsulated ingredients and nanoparticles for sunscreens and personal care. In 1999 the company licensed a portion of its nanotechnology portfolio to BASF and focused its efforts on providing services to Life Sciences companies. Now, through a full range of formulation, analytic, and manufacturing services, Particle Sciences provides pharmaceutical companies with a complete and seamless development solution designed to minimize the time and risk between discovery and the clinic.
The company provides instrumentation for the field of particle size analysis.
Particle Technology Labs, Ltd. is a leading service laboratory for particle characterization in the United States. Their laboratory contains over 30 instruments from many of the leading major manufacturers which gives them the capability to characterize a broad range of particle sizes as well as conduct various other physical characterization tests including: Suface Area; Porosimetry; Density; Powder Rheology.
Particle Works manufactures high-performance nano- and microstructured materials with precisely controlled particle size, shape and architecture.
The company manufactures custom nanoparticle dispersions and also provides nanoparticle coating for metallic products, for instance for medical instruments.
The company provide technical support in material characterisation for chemists, biologists, researchers and industrialists in Ireland. They service over 200 companies in pharmachem, minerals, food, pigments and increasingly in research with nanotechnology and biotech at the top of the list.
Patt has expertise in polymer filtration, machining and surface engineering. Capabilities include nano-layer composite coatings.
Pavac is a leader in hybrid beam technology.
The company manufactures equipment for the industrial production of various metallic and metal oxide nanopowders.
The company is dedicated to the manufacturing and distribution of measuring instruments for almost all types of magnitudes.
PChem has developed a patented nanomaterial technology for printed electronics.
PDS Biotechnology Corporation is a biopharmaceutical company applying the company's platform Versamune nanotechnology to a new class of safe, simple, potent and targeted immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases.
PEL Associates is an innovative technology company providing new and novel technology and systems engineering services for industrial, marine, defense and homeland security requirements. The company's micro/nano sensor products include smart micro composites and smart renewable nano coatings.
The company develops innovative products and services that improve the productivity and utilization of semiconductor manufacturing equipment.
The company developed the Artiste™ Nano Composite System for dental restoration.
The company provides the foundation and the tools for the semiconductor industry's ongoing move from conventional optical lithography to optical enhancement techniques.
Manufacturing processes or solar cells, semiconductors, DVDs and thermally insulated glass, as well as for coating high-stress mechanical tools or eyeglasses represent only a few examples of applications for vacuum technology. Vacuum also plays a major role in research & development and environmental technology, as well as in the analytical and automotive industries. For Pfeiffer Vacuum, a leading manufacturer of components and systems for vacuum generation, measurement and analysis, this results in a steady stream of new applications and markets that offer high growth potential.
Develops a Protected Graft Copolymer (PGC™) nano-carrier drug delivery system.
 
 
 
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