Meaglow Ltd. manufactures and sells crystal growth reactors and supplies thin films to semiconductor research institutes and industry. The company specializes in producing Indium Nitride (InN) thin films via its CVD based migration enhanced afterglow deposition process.
Micralyne, a pioneer in Lab-on-a-Chip microfluidics, has significant know-how in developing and manufacturing microfluidic chip devices. The company's experience is used to develop Lab-on-a-Chip offerings within the life sciences industry. Capabilities include a proprietary method to deposit engineered nanostructured thin films (GLAD) for next generation nano and micro devices.
Mirexus Inc. is a natural biomaterials company that is commercializing a novel nanotechnology based on polysaccharide nanoparticles that can be used in a wide variety of markets ranging from cosmetics to nutraceuticals to biomedical applications in animal and human health. This technology was originally developed at the University of Guelph in the laboratories of Professor John Dutcher.
Nano Powder Canada was established in September 2010 with a mission to become a leading distributor and manufacturer of high quality Nano Metal Powders and Ceramic Fibres as well as supplying advanced Pulsed Wire Evaporation (PWE) manufacturing and Compaction Plants for the production of nanomaterials.
NanoStruck Technologies Inc. has a suite of technologies that remove molecular sized particles using patented absorptive organic polymers. These versatile biomaterials are derived from crustacean shells or plant fibers, depending on requirements of their usage. Acting as molecular sponges, the nanometer-sized polymers are custom programmed toabsorb specific particles for remediation or retrieval purposes.
The company designs and sells security devices. In its N.O.t.E.S (Nano-Optic Technology for Enhanced Security) application, commercially viable nanotechnology has been designed into specialized optics yielding unique signatures that cannot be reproduced by a counterfeit.