Threellop is the first non-American MIT start-up, developing the first silicon artificial DNA. This is an artificial DNA-based electronic circuit based on the Inchrosil technology (Inorganic Chromosome based Silicon) that will emulate the structure of organic DNA.
A materials science-based technology development and manufacturing company whose Capacitance Products Division is developing advanced capacitance materials such as nano-size ceramic dielectric powders.
Transfer Devices has identified a water-dissolvable, biodegradable polymer material formulation with unique chemical and physical properties that has enabling features for a range of nanofabrication applications including high resolution printing.
Since its founding in 1989, Trion Technology, Inc. has become the largest domestic US supplier of custom Plasma Etch and Deposition Equipment. Trion manufactures a wide variety of systems for the Compound Semiconductor, MEMS, Opto-Electronic and other markets.
The company has leveraged its experience with magnetic nanomaterials and magnetic field energy to make antibodies tumoricidal and more therapeutically selective, without the side effects of conventional therapies.
Triton's area of interest and expertise in nanotechnology includes materials such as additives (Functionalized Nanoparticles for High-end Resin Applications, Nanoaddtives for Transparent Ballistic Materials) and barriers (O2 and H2O Barrier Films for Packaging Industry).
Tursiop Technologies is developing revolutionary MRI coil devices utilizing proprietary nanotechnology, which will produce higher image quality and faster scan times resulting in a significant boost of the functional capabilities of any installed MRI system.