SiMPore is a early-stage company commercializing a breakthrough membrane technology for the separation and purification of biomolecules and other nano-sized particles in a wide range of applications. Such application areas include biomedical research, biopharmaceutical processing, nanotechnology development and hemodialysis.
Sinmat is an emerging materials nanotechnology company developing value driven technological solutions for the semiconductor industry. For instance, its use of their nano/nanosponge particle technology allows successful development of a flexible, defect-free process to fabricate copper-based interconnects.
SiO2 Nanotech integrates its patented nanotechnologies into specific manufacturing or fabrication lines, including electronics, medical and surgical devices, solar cells, and sport and occupational wear.
SiOnyx is the leading innovator in shallow junction photonics, a patented semiconductor process that dramatically enhances the performance of the light sensing devices commonly used in consumer, industrial, medical and defense related applications.
Sirnaomics, Inc. is dedicated to becoming the leader in the RNAi technology focusing on (1) enhancement of the potency of active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) using multi-targeted small interfering RNA (siRNA) cocktail; (2) improvement of the API delivery in vivo using clinical viable synthetic polymeric and lipid nanoparticles.
The company's thin-film photovoltaic solar panels, using copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), combine innovations in equipment, materials and process to achieve high efficiency at unprecedented scale.
Skyray XRF is the North American representative of Skyray Instrument, Inc. Established in 1990, Skyray Instrument, Inc specializes in X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometer (XRF) research, development, production and sales.
Provides a set of software tools as well as advanced research and development capabilities for analyzing specific problems and delivering complete solutions in areas of quantitative image analysis and 3D computational modeling of particulate materials, including nanoscale materials.