Transfer Devices has identified a water-dissolvable, biodegradable polymer material formulation with unique chemical and physical properties that has enabling features for a range of nanofabrication applications including high resolution printing.
Since its founding in 1989, Trion Technology, Inc. has become the largest domestic US supplier of custom Plasma Etch and Deposition Equipment. Trion manufactures a wide variety of systems for the Compound Semiconductor, MEMS, Opto-Electronic and other markets.
Triton's area of interest and expertise in nanotechnology includes materials such as additives (Functionalized Nanoparticles for High-end Resin Applications, Nanoaddtives for Transparent Ballistic Materials) and barriers (O2 and H2O Barrier Films for Packaging Industry).
Tursiop Technologies is developing revolutionary MRI coil devices utilizing proprietary nanotechnology, which will produce higher image quality and faster scan times resulting in a significant boost of the functional capabilities of any installed MRI system.
Ultrafine's patented process allows the preparation and handling of nanoparticles while maintaining discrete nanoparticles in a highly concentrated state. The reversible encapsulation process facilitates handling, storing, and ease of use of such materials in a wide range of applications.
A developer and producer of the MMA - MEMS Motion Analyzer™ product family. These tools enable researchers to visualize and quantify three-dimensional surfaces and motions from millimeters to Angstroms.
Varian's scientific instruments and vacuum technologies, consumable supplies, and solutions are key tools in bio-molecular and academic research, pharmaceutical R&D and manufacturing, and industrial R&D and quality control.
Velocys, Inc. is commercializing revolutionary processing systems, including nanoscale ones, that provide energy companies with new synthetic fuels and chemical companies with substantial capital cost savings, improved product yields, and greater energy efficiencies.
Vendum Batteries Inc. is developing an innovative new cellulose-based power source that in the next few years could help revolutionize the powering of the automotive and aeronautical industries. This revolutionary battery is entirely biodegradable, as it is primarily composed of cellulose and uses none of the toxic elements used in traditional batteries, such as mercury, lead, chromium, or cadmium. Using cutting edge Carbon Nanotube Technology, this non toxic power source, will in the future be capable of providing higher power output, for longer periods of time, and because the batteries can be so small and light weight, it will be possible to revolutionize human implant technology such as pacemakers or cochlear implants.