Topsoe specialises in the production of heterogeneous catalysts and the design of process plants based on catalytic processes. Focus areas include the fertiliser industry, the chemical and petrochemical industries, and the energy sector (refineries and power plants). Topsoe has for many years dedicated large research efforts to nanoscience and nanotechnology. The efforts range from the development of novel preparation methods to theoretical and experimental investigations.
InMold Biosystems proprietary technology offers a radical new approach to increase the functionality of plasticware. Biomolecules, like proteins, may be transferred to flat or structured surfaces in a pattern with nanometer sized details by micro contact printing.
The combination of a protected blood transporting nanocarrier system and a tumor specific activation technology makes LiPlasome Pharma very competitive in a commercially attractive and dynamic anticancer market, where drug delivery systems will gain increasing importance over the coming years.
NanoCover specialises in the production, distribution, sales and development of NanoCover, a series of surface treatment products. NanoCover is developed and produced using the newest and most advanced nanotechnologies.
The company sells stamps for nanoimprint lithography (NIL), provides imprint service, production by NIL, consultancy and enters into joint development of novel applications benefiting from nano-scale structures.
Proxeon develops state-of-the-art solutions to solve many of the scientific and technical challenges that are faced by those working in the field of proteomics. The company's core competencies are in the areas of mass spectrometry, protein analysis, hardware and software design for proteome analysis.
QuantumWise produces software for atomic-scale modeling of nanoelectronic devices, wrapped in a platform with a graphical user interface and a scripting language interface. The company is unique in offering a commercial code that can do transport calculations using first-principles methods, and at the same time the back-end provides state-of-the-art simulation capacity for large-scale systems, allowing for systems with over 1,000 atoms to be simulated on a single workstation.
SunFlake is developing a new generation of solar cells based on a novel shape of semiconductor nanostructures (NanoFlakes). The nanostructures can eliminate the need for a lattice-matched substrate as well as the need for a clean solar grade substrate.