InStep NanoPower have developed an inexpensive simple high-power energy harvester capable of converting mechanical energy to electrical power providing up to 20 Watts, which can dramatically extend the capabilities and operational times of a wide range of mobile electronic devices. The mechanical energy is converted to electrical energy by a novel microfluidic device through the interaction of thousands of liquid microdroplets with a groundbreaking nanostructured substrate.
All of INT's products are based on a patented technology for chemically synthesizing complex electronic circuits and devices. Using DNA as a substrate, conductors, semiconductors, plastics and other materials can be attached to specific locations on a DNA strand to form wires, transistors, diodes and other electronic components.
Intermolecular, Inc. delivers High Productivity Combinatorial (HPC) technology products and services that enable customers in the semiconductor and clean energy sectors to maximize their R&D ROI. The company's Tempus HPC Platform provides manufacturers and their supply chain companies with integrated processing, characterization and informatics systems that exponentially accelerate learning in materials discovery, process development and IC device integration.
The company is a leading provider of magnetic media deposition equipment to the hard disk drive industry and offer leading-edge, high-productivity etch systems to the semiconductor industry. Intevac also develops compact, cost-effective, high-sensitivity digital-optical products for the capture and display of low-light images and the optical analysis of materials.
A developer of bio-based colloidal products formulated using a proprietary colloidal chemistry process. Food grade ingredients are processed to form a particle called a micelle. Micelles, one to four nanometers in size, are active ingredients in Inventek's products.
The company commercializes several novel processes of synthesis of nanomaterials, including a Chemical Aerosol-Flow Synthesis (CAFS) that was licensed from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Other disruptive methods of synthesis are also being pursued and are patent pending.
Solution for companies to work with industrial inkjet development in such areas as nanoparticle fluids, printable electronics, organic electronics, OLED and PLED flat panel displays, touch panels, biomedical and other applications.
From direct-write nanometer scaled patterning to a full complement of processes, testing, and characterization, ITN has the capabilities to develop and deliver a quality, fully functional product at the nanoscale.