Semefab Ltd. operates two Silicon wafer fabrication foundries in Glenrothes Scotland supporting a wide range of process technologies. Under the SemeMEMS Initiative, Semefab has been selected as the UK wafer fab node for Micro and Nanotechnology (MNT) and as such is an enabler for commercialization of industrial and academia research outcomes.
Sphere is commercializing picodroplet technology from Cambridge University that can perform thousands of simultaneous reactions on single cells and molecules contained within aqueous droplets, fractions of a millimeter in size. This platform enables diverse applications including: miniaturized profiling of drug candidates, generation of new biocatalysts and identification of novel algal strains.
Surface Technology Systems is a leading provider of specialist plasma etch and deposition systems to customers in the MEMS, Optoelectronic, Compound Semiconductor, Wafer Level Packaging and Thin Film Head industries.
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.
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.
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.
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.