Randcastle manufactures bench and floor model single screw extruders for laboratory, R&D, and low output production applications. Unique features include patent pending compounding elements (The Recirculator) with twin like performance. Studies show nanopowders compounded at 50,000 x, wood sheet in one step up to 40% incorporation and more.
RAVE Nanomachining has emerged as the industry leader in the field of advanced Photomask repair. They provide the most comprehensive instruments necessary to meet the most stringent demands of the next generation of Photomask manufacturing process requirements.
Developed NanoClusters™, a nanosize powder that combines with nutritional supplements. When consumed, it reduces the surface tension of foods and supplements to increase wetness and absorption of nutrients. Also manufactures a range of nanoceutical nutritional and skincare supplements.
Reade Advanced Materials is a global distributor and value add toll chemical processor / packager of higher technology specialty chemical solids (metal, non-metallic minerals, ceramic, composite, conductive, magnetic, nanomaterial, powder, fibers, abrasives, sheet, rod, additives, fillers & reinforcements) with 3 customer care facilities in The Americas.
Renishaw is a global company with core skills in measurement, motion control, spectroscopy and precision machining. Their products are used for applications as diverse as machine tool automation, co-ordinate measurement, Raman spectroscopy, machine calibration, position feedback, CAD/CAM dentistry, stereotactic neurosurgery and medical diagnostics.
Research Facilities Design is an architectural firm specializing exclusively in the programming and design of teaching and research laboratory facilities for college and university, industry, and governmental clients.
Provides research and development services, systems engineering, and technical support services to government and industry customers. Capabilities include nanopropulsion and carbon nanotube applications.
Rexahn and the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Center for Nanomedicine & Cellular Delivery (CNCD), are jointly pursuing the development of water-soluble nano-polymers for targeted delivery of anticancer drugs.
The company develops breakthrough technology based on proprietary 'Rolling Mask' lithography concept, which will enable cost-effective nanostructuring on large areas of rigid and flexible materials in conveyor or roll-to-roll modes.