MicroDysis designs and markets biomedical and environmental devices and systems that use embedded carbon nanotubes to solve a wide variety of real-world problems. The Company's patented micro-molding fabrication and nanotube assembly techniques are able to embed vertically oriented carbon nanotubes into a polymer matrix. This approach increases the functionalized surface of a device by 10,000 times and provides an ideal matrix for attaching molecular probes and other chemically active absorbers for maximum detection sensitivity.
Microflow CVO is dedicated to providing high performance micromixers and microfluidic components that improve reaction control, reduce waste, and lower capital costs. The company's growing suite of standard micromixer designs will meet the needs of many research and industrial customers. In addition, they build customized products to meet unique needs.
Provides a complete line of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment targeted exclusively for areas of application and research involving particle science and particle technology, including nanoscience.
Microspray International specializes in ultrasonic spray nozzle coating solutions for a variety of industries, when increased transfer efficiencies, repeatability of your process and coating uniformity are key.
The company produces fiber-based laser sources for applications ranging from material processing for solar cell manufacturing, semiconductor fabrication and assembly, and flat panel display manufacturing, to scientific uses such as STED microscopy.
The company develops Modumetal™, a nanolaminated alloy that is stronger and lighter than steel and will replace conventional metals and composites in many applications, starting with military armor, and eventually in cars, planes, buildings, and other transportation and construction sectors.
Develops ultra-precision machine systems, typically utilizing Single Point Diamond Turning and Deterministic Micro-Grinding technologies, for the production of plano, spherical, aspheric, conformal, and freeform optics.