Nanofiber Solutions designs and manufactures novel 3D nanofiber scaffolds. The company's 3D cell culture products NanoAligned and NanoECM were developed for life science research. Nanofiber Solutions novel platform technology provides researchers with more biologically realistic 3-dimensional in vivo cell culture environment.
Nanogea is a nano-bioscience company focused on commercializing the industry's most sensitive single molecular detection platform based on its innovative NanoCone™ chemistry and NanoCone Enabled Atomic Force (NE-AFMTM) technology.
Nanoimmunotech is a Spanish company in the Nanobiotechnology sector, founded in August 2009, recognized as EIBT (Technologically Innovative Company) and Spin-off of form the Universities of Vigo and Zaragoza. It is the first European company dedicated to the biological and physico-chemical characterization and functionalization of nanoparticles (conjugation with different molecules such as nucleid acids, enzimes, antibodies, carbohydrates, peptides) and production of specific monoclonal antibodies (on demand).
NanoLife Holdings is focused on its mission of the development of a Global Initiative, the commitment of the world's scientific, economic, and political prowess to Saving Lives from the Ravages of Cancer. NanoLife is facilitating advanced developments in radiotherapy for cancer.
NanoLight Technologies is a division of Prolume Ltd., a biotechnology company developing broad applications of natural, light-emitting marine proteins, or marine bioluminescence. The NanoLight division is focused on becoming the leader in high-value reagent & reporter systems for new product development in the pharmaceutical, agrichemical, and research products industries.
NanoMedical Systems (NMS) is a startup company, which will commercialize the patented research of Dr. Mauro Ferrari at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, a sponsored research site and a source of licensed IP for NMS. The company's Personalized Molecular Drug-delivery System (PMDS) is a small drug delivery device that is implanted subcutaneously (just under the skin) for slow and consistent release of a therapeutic agent over many weeks or months. A nanochannel delivery system (nDS) embodied on a silicon chip regulates the flow of therapeutic molecules.
Nanopharma offers nanofiber structures in the specific needs of research and industry and is heavily involved in the development of unique medical devices based on nanotechnology, such as regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
nanoRETE, Inc. provides real-time detection of pathogens using customized nanoparticle biosensors. The company has developed a platform that has the ability to test for numerous pathogens (anthrax, E. Coli, salmonella, tuberculosis, etc.) using a simple-to-use handheld device which generates screening results in about one hour.
A nanotechnology-based platform for single molecule identification and digital quantification. The NanoString™ system uniquely barcodes individual target molecules, scans them, and delivers a literal inventory of target molecules in the biological sample.
NanoTemper Technologies GmbH, a Spin-Off of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, was founded in May 2008 in order to provide analytical services to pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology and research institues.
nanoTherics Ltd was formed in August 2007 to exploit a novel gene transfection technology arising from biomedical research at Keele University and the University of Florida. The patented technology uses nanoparticles and magnetic fields to facilitate the delivery of foreign DNA into living cells.
nanoTools provides monoclonal and polyclonal antibody development services and products. Besides providing individually tailored custom solutions, the company develops, manufactures and markets phosphorylation and modification - state specific monoclonal antibodies and other innovative reagents for Signal Transduction and Alzheimer research, high throughput screening (HTS) and proteomics.
An early stage therapeutic drug company, NanoVector Inc. is commercializing a patent pending nanoparticle drug delivery system developed at North Carolina State University. The NanoVector nanoparticle is a plant virus. Central to our technology, this virus, which has evolved over millions of years, has several inherent characteristics essential for a successful nanoparticle delivery system and superior to any designed and engineered by humans.