Drawing upon attorneys from various practice groups, Chadbourne's transdisciplinary nanotechnologies practice offers clients the full spectrum of legal counsel needed to move and manage innovative nanotechnology-based products and services in the marketplace - for purposes of capital investment, intellectual property, insurance and reinsurance, tax, public policy, regulation and products liability matters, among others.
The Energy and Environmental Technology Applications Center (E2TAC) provides a critical platform for Albany NanoTech to leverage its intellectual power base and state-of-the-art infrastructure by providing an applications-targeted resource that supports technology development that leads to the integration of microelectronics and nanotechnology, advanced energy and environmental applications.
Exponential Business and Technologies Company (Ebatco) is an international business and technology service and development company. The company offers consulting services in international business and nanotechnology, analytical and lab testing services, contract R&D, training or a variety of products for material surface processing, surface treatment, surface engineering, thin film deposition, material property testing and characterization, and precision machining.
A research and development corporation serving government and industrial clients, with capabilities in organic and polymer synthesis and synthesis of nanomaterials, such as dendrimers, star polymers, colloids, quantum dots, and nanostructured thin and thick films.
The company has assembled a broad-based team to support companies in product design, process engineering, reliability, safety assessment, and risk management throughout the life cycle of nanomaterials in products.
FinScale Inc. invents, develops and licenses advanced technologies for the semiconductor industry that extend the life of Moore's Law. The company provides technology transfer and commercialization services to licensees, including expert forensic and holistic process consulting.
In-Q-Tel was established as an independent, private, not-for-profit company to help the CIA and the greater US Intelligence Community (IC) to identify, acquire, and deploy cutting-edge technologies. One area of focus is nanotechnology.