Applynano is a technology-based spin-off company making use of the know-how gained by a research group at the University of Alicante, which aims to bring nanomaterials into use in real applications. They offer innovative industrial solutions by incorporating nanomaterials customised and adapted to customers' products, for solving processing problems and improving production, or adding new features and functionalities.
RAMEM, Spanish SME founded in 1958, has been working in the field of scientific instrumentation for the last 20 years. In the last 10 years they have entered the field of Aerosol and Volatile Detection Technology through their brand IONER, developing proprietary technology. The result of this effort is a complete line of equipment to classify and detect ions, volatiles, nanometric and sub micrometric particles.
The company is specialized in the development of laboratory equipment. Their goal is providing the required instruments or technical support to scientists and engineers for the deposition of coatings, films, colloids and other micro-nano structured materials. Based on the acquired experience, these equipments have been adapted according to the requirements of clients. The fields of application of Nadetech's products and services are diverse: nanotechnology, advanced materials, high performance nanocomposites, surface physics, chemistry, biochemical coatings, monolayer and colloidal research, clean technology, wet deposition and many others.
Sensofar-Tech, SL is a multi-national spin-off company from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) whose mission is to be successful by producing and commercializing optical metrology tools and providing consultancy within the field of the optical metrology.
The company offers computer simulation services to companies developing innovative and cutting edge technology based on the properties of materials at the atomic scale. SIMUNE is a spin-off company launched as a joint venture of a group of scientific experts and the Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center CIC nanoGUNE.
Yflow uses electro-hydrodynamic (EHD) micro-fluidic techniques to generate fine and ultrafine electrified coaxial microjets of two immiscible liquids. The control of these remarkable coaxial jets allows to form nanoparticles such as capsules, hollow spheres, hollow fibers and coaxial fibers, which are crucial for a variety of industrial and research applications.