Develops and produces innnovative and state of the art devices that facilitate nanotechnology projects. These improvements range from specialized AFM instruments to the probes and sensors used to characterize samples.
A supplier of chemical vapor deposition (CVD), physical vapor deposition (PVD), electrochemical deposition (ECD), chemical mechanical planarization (CMP), ultraviolet thermal processing (UVTP), and surface preparation equipment used in the manufacturing of semiconductors.
The company's patented Silicon Stack Technology™ enables it to build the Nano E-beam Engines™ that will drive innovation in a variety of nanotechnology applications including: imaging, metrology and lithography.
Novomer is pioneering a family of high-performance green plastics, polymers and other chemicals to meet the of markets looking for new, advanced materials that combine environmentally friendly attributes, biodegradability, high quality, and low cost.
The company specializes in the manufacturing of quartz flowcells, quartz microchips, quartz cuvettes, and other quartz products. Modern development of nanotechnology has allowed NSG Precision Cells to develop state-of-the art solid-state quantum resonance calibration filters.
NT-MDT has been creating the equipment for nanotechnology researches for more than 15 years. The range of products constantly expands, and is represented today with different equipment lines. These are the probe nano-laboratories (NTEGRA) uniting the whole spectrum of modern techniques on the SPM basis; and, at last, the modular nano-factories (NANOFAB) uniting the whole arsenal of means and techniques necessary for processing and quality assurance of devices/ elements of micro- and nano-electronics.These are the accessories for the probe microscopy; SPMs for educational needs (NanoEducator); specialized SPMs (Solver) for scientific and industrial research centers.
Since 1968 NTG Neue Technologien is an innovative designer and manufacturer of products for mechanical engineering, special machines and appliances. NTG started to develop Ion Beam Figuring plants in 1991 for surface finishing of high precision optics in various diameter ranges, i.e. the nanometer precise correction of surface errors.