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.
CERATOM® technology developed by TERMIONA is a brand new technology for thermal electricity markets. This technology determines the primary specialization of the company, i.e. manufacturing new generation of thermoelectric systems with nanostructured composite heat exchangers, the various thermal electricity devices based thereon inclusive.
Tesla NanoCoatings Inc. is a protective coating (paint) formulating company. Tesla manufactures Teslan Carbon NanoCoating in a 2-coat system that replaces a traditional 3-coat system used extensively for corrosion protection of steel. Tesla's coating uses carbon nanotubes which self- assemble into rope structures, making them highly conductive, tough and flexible.
The technology employed by Tethis for the production of nanostructured materials - nanostructured thin films - is based on a Pulsed Microplasma Cluster Source (PMCS) that was developed and patented by three of Tethis' co-founders.
Tetronics Tetronics is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of High Temperature DC Plasma arc technology. The company has been active in the field of nanopowder production for the last 20 years and has a wealth of knowledge in this exciting growth area. The high temperatures and steep thermal gradients present in the plasma hot zone, combined with the inherently clean, controllable nature of plasma makes it ideal for the production of a vast range of metallic, composite and ceramic nanopowders.
With the development of novel nano-materials with incresased thermal transport poperties, there is a critical need to be able to accurately measure small changes in thermal conductivity. ThermTest can assist with testing and intrumentation needs.
Thin Film Electronics is a research and development company that pioneers a new technology in electronics based on the use of solution processable, smart materials. The firm focuses on using this technology for large area, 3D memory and data-processing systems.
The GCM is a unique research center devoted to the study of advanced materials. It boasts Canada's largest pool of equipment for the fabrication, modification and characterization of a wide range of materials and complex systems. The GCM is also a materials analysis laboratory serving the academic and industrial communities.
Thin Film Electronics ASA is a leader in the development of printed electronics. The first to commercialize printed rewritable memory, Thinfilm is creating printed system products that will include memory, sensing, display and wireless communication—at a cost-per-functionality unmatched by any other electronic technology. Thinfilm's roadmap of system products integrates technology from a strong and growing ecosystem of partners to enable the Internet of Things by bringing intelligence to disposable goods.
Threellop is the first non-American MIT start-up, developing the first silicon artificial DNA. This is an artificial DNA-based electronic circuit based on the Inchrosil technology (Inorganic Chromosome based Silicon) that will emulate the structure of organic DNA.