Applied Nanotools is a nanotechnology SME based in Edmonton, Canada that specializes in fabrication of membrane-based optical chips for X-ray and EUV applications. Our products include high-resolution Fresnel zone plates for X-ray focusing and several X-ray and EUV mask technologies that include nano-gratings and calibration standards. Applied Nanotools also provide state-of-the-art micro and nano-fabrication services to enable fast prototyping and testing of various custom nanotechnology projects. This includes the NanoSOI Process Technology (via CMC Microsystems) for fabricating NEMS and nano-photonic devices.
Specializes in thermionic and field emission cathodes, refractory materials and custom device systems. The company has capabilities to vapor deposit films for various applications, including low work function coatings and nanoscale electron sources.
AQura is a competence center for chemical, physical-chemical and biochemical analysis as well as safety testing. Services include molecular spectroscopy and AFM-based nano-indentation surface analysis.
Arcnano employs state of the art manufacturing technologies and processes in a wide variety of disciplines spanning clean room wafer scale fabrication, precision machined parts, complex materials and electronics to make sensors, systems and mission critical components. Arcnano serves the semiconductor, photonics, data storage, medical, military, aerospace, instrumentation, and national laboratory markets.
Ardent is a collaboration between Semefab, iSLI and the SMC and has been specifically created to provide the bridge between a biotechnology idea, and a marketable product, helping biotechnology businesses to grow through innovative work in microelectromechanical systems and nanotechnology.
Arknano is committed to the research and development of Medicinal Chemistry and Material Chemistry. The company's main research fields are: The synthesis and applications of carbon nanotubes; custom synthesis and structure modification of pharmaceutical intermediates; the design of molecular drugs.