Syrris creates automated products for research and development chemists and is a world leader in flow chemistry, microreactor and automation technology. Syrris products are used in a wide variety of applications and laboratories including process, discovery, crystallization, process safety, scale-up and many more.
Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) specializes in materials and technology development for the purpose of commercialization. Areas of expertise include nanocomposite formulation/prototyping and nanocomposites/nanoputties/nanofluids.
T2 Biosystems is creating a new generation of lab-quality diagnostic tools. Its technology is based on superparamagnetic nanoparticles. NanoDx particles have a superparamagnetic metal core surrounded by a polymer layer decorated by multiple analyte-specific binding agents. This nanoparticle platform can be used with a variety of binding agents such as antibodies, nucleic acids and small molecules.
Taylor Hobson is an ultra-precision technology company operating at the highest levels of accuracy within the field of surface and form metrology. They provide contact and non-contact measurement solutions to the most demanding applications.
By establishing its distribution centre in Belgium, Tokyo Chemical Industry is able to meet European customers' needs more quickly with lower delivery cost. Tokyo Chemical Industry has more than a fifty-year history as a manufacturer of laboratory chemicals. It handles more than 18,000 chemicals mainly organic, which are widely used from university laboratories to corporate research facilities.
R&D company which develops new materials (polymers, carbons and ceramics), catalytic and sorbent-based chemical processes and military and aerospace components. Materials include fullerenes and carbon nanotubes. TDA is developing an exciting new class of nanomaterials, the metal-carbon nanoencapsulates, for use in medial and electronics applications.
The company specializes in the development, production, distribution and servicing of enabling solutions for the discovery of pharmaceutical substances, as well as for genomics, proteomics, and diagnostics. Nanotechnology applications include a nanopipetting system.
Offers a complete set of sample preparation tools for electron microscopy, developed for the field of nanotechnology, materials and semiconductors science, from precise sectioning and polishing through effective ion milling to high-quality end-polishing.
Ted Pella, Inc ia a leading manufacturer of consumables, supplies, tools and specimen preparation equipment for all disciplines of microscopy and nanotechnology. Specialized in specimen mounts and holders for SEM, FIB, support films and grids for TEM, calibrations standards and sample storage.
Teer Coatings Ltd. is a specialist PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) coating company, consisting of three main parts: the design and manufacture of a wide range of coating deposition equipment, test equipment and magnetrons; commercial coating services; and R&D - both contract and in house.
Tellurex delivers high performance thermoelectric products to both large and small volume customers. The company performs primary research in chemical metallurgy in collaboration with major universities.
Manufactures micro and nano structured products for many different high-tech applications such as display technology, micro-optics, micro-electronics/semiconductors, biotechnology, fluid technology and micro actuator technology.
Tempo is focused on significantly improving the efficacy and safety profile of existing and new drugs employing advances in nanotechnology. The Company utilizes its proprietary Nanocell™ technology to develop multi-compartmental, nanoparticle-based therapeutics in which two drugs with varied release rates are packaged within a single nanoparticle.
TenasiTech is commercializing Adaptive Polyol - a new way of incorporating patented, high functioning nanoscale additives in polymer precursors for maximum flexibility, consistency and performance. In addition we are supplying the additives themselves for incorporation in finished polymers.
Defects such as pinholes, cracks and grain boundaries are common in thin oxide barrier films when fabricated onto plastic substrates. These defects cause a 'pore effect', where oxygen and water molecules are able to seep through and penetrate the plastic barrier. TBF has taken an innovative approach to resolve the ?pore effect? by literally plugging the defects in the barrier oxide films using nanoparticles.