Nanovia has the capacity for industrial production of nanofibrous material. This capacity is used for manufacturing barrier fabrics introduced to the market under its own brand names Nanovia AntiAllergy, Nanovia AntiMicrobe and Nanovia Waterproof, as well as Nanovia filtration materials. Nanovia offers its own production capacity for custom-made nanofibrous materials for different applications and final products.
Nascentric has developed unique current-based technologies to address nanometer effects, and owns a diverse, valuable patent portfolio in this and many other unique verification and analysis techniques.
Natcore Technology is the exclusive licensee, from Rice University, of a thin-film growth technology enabling room-temperature growth of various silicon oxides on silicon wafers in a liquid phase deposition (LPD) process. Although the implications of this discovery for semiconductors and fiber optics are significant and wide-ranging, the technology has immediate and compelling applications in the solar sector.
A nanomaterials company developing proprietary technologies and processes to provide novel properties for a wide range of applications that include industrial polymers, plastics, composites and additives.
The inspiration for NBD came from the Namib Desert Beetle, a beetle that has the ability to harvest water every morning in the Namibian desert. Based on years of research coming from elite university laboratories, NBD focuses on thin film coatings that enhance heat transfer through condensation, de-misting and anti-scaling characteristics.
nCoat exploits nano-level processes and nano-formulated materials to develop coatings that produce revolutionary performance in heat management, corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance, friction reduction, superior bond strength and improved appearance.
Offers a complete line of patented filter modules for biopharm, nutraceutical and dairy processing. NCSRT's flat sheet filter modules are available in a wide range of membrane materials and pore sizes to accommodate ultra filtration, microfiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis processes.
NenoVision was established in 2015 as a spin-off of the Brno University of Technology and The Central European Institute of Technology (CEITEC) in the Czech Republic. NenoVision brings innovative Correlative Probe and Electron Microscopy technology to the market.
Metrology and failure analysis tools. The company serves nanotechnology R&D markets, semiconductor labs for failure analysis and electrical characterization, and wafer labs for process control metrology.
Invents, manufactures and sells miniature ceramic motors and positioning systems using patented piezoelectric designs. They enable researchers to create more precise laboratory automation and nanotechnology tools.