Cambridge Innovation Consulting Ltd (CamIn) delivers commercialisation solutions for the most cutting edge nano-enabled technologies. Drawing on a broad range of expertise in nanotechnology, CamIn aims to create partnerships with anyone looking to turn their research into real innovation.
CAN offers contract research and development services in the area of chemical nanotechnology and nanoparticle synthesis. The company claims broad expertise in the production of various nanoparticulate and nanocomposite materials, encapsulation of active ingredients as well as development of nanoparticle-based biological and medical markers.
CEMMNT provides unique measurement, characterisation, and systems engineering services coupled with unrivalled inter-disciplinary problem solving expertise. CEMMNT enables and accelerates product development of micro and nanotechnology based materials, products, and processes.
A joint initiative by BASF and the TechnologieZentrum Ludwigshafen (TZL) to offer full service start-up support to new companies in the areas of chemistry, nanotechnology, new materials, bio-technology and process and analytical technology.
Cognoscible Technologies is a scientific consultancy that uses tools from physics, chemistry and cognitive sciences to achieve fast, profitable and innovative results. The company's tools include Physics, Chemistry, Biotechnology and Nanotechnology.
CCAN's objective is to help Irish-based companies enhance their competitive advantage through nano-enabled product innovation. CCAN acts on behalf of companies to help them access expertise and funding from across the Irish nanotechnology network, so that companies can use and develop the technologies and skills required to drive product innovation.
CSEM, the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology, Inc., is a privately held research and development company active in Applied Research; Product Development; Prototype and Low-volume Production; Technology Consulting. Its main fields of activity are micro- and nanotechnologies, microelectronics, systems engineering, microrobotics, photonics, information and communication technologies.