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Ceres uses its Nanotrap technology - a spherical, carbon-based nanoparticle designed to collect, concentrate, isolate and preserve the smallest and scarcest of molecules found in body fluids - to pursue a range of applications in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, as well as uses in sports screening, homeland security and environmental remediation.
Ceres is an industry leader in Molecule Delivery Systems, Advanced Systems Manufacturing and Metrology & Measurement Systems
The company develops and markets a nanoparticle ceramic conditioner for metal surfaces that result in reduced friction.
CETR is a world-leading producer of mechanical and tribological test equipment
Develops technologies for the production and application of nanomaterials for a broad range of end uses - advanced simulation software, collaborative R&D, and consultation services for the analysis, design and optimization of nanomaterial fabrication processes. CFSRC's simulation tools enable rapid screening of concepts for both production and use of nanomaterials, optimization of downselected designs and processes, and rapid product development.
CHA Industries is dedicated to the design, production and distribution of a full line of high vacuum deposition systems and associated equipment for precision coating.
Molecular chemical imaging technologies for chemical and biological applications in many industries.
In its mission to create the next generation of photonic solutions, Chiral Photonics continues to advance the discovery and to develop ever more technologies related to chiral photophysics and glass microfabrication.
A leading supplier of chiral chromatography products and services in North and South America.
Cima NanoTech manufactures nanomaterial-based products for use in electronics applications. These products include conductive inks and pastes for inkjet and conventional printing of electronics.
Specializes in buying and selling high quality reconditioned process, metrology, assembly, test equipment to the semiconductor and nanotechnology industries.
This large supplier of textiles, soft-trim products and fabrication solutions to the transportation and contract furniture industries applies protective nanocoatings to some of its products.
Cnanoz is an innovator in developing carbon nano tube based water desalination and purification systems, and composite polymer fibers.
CNT Technologies has formed a parternership with Los Alamos National Laboratory to produce carbon nanotube fiber.
The company's materials expertise is in the conversion of nanoscale materials into enhanced fluids, phase change materials, and polymeric composites into respectively nanofluids, nano-PCMs and nanocomposites.
CombiMatrix's microarray technology allows for the parallel synthesis of large numbers of nanostructured materials. These materials can then be tested using the same chip-based technology. These activities are focused on materials that could be useful for applications in the fields of electronics, energy conversion, energy storage, catalysis, and others.
The company's experience in sub-micron and nano tool machine design, early stage tool development, prototyping and nanotechnology equipment design along with the requisite high level of Engineering Analysis provides the complete skill set for partnering with many clients who are focused on core technologies and intellectual property for nanotechnology tools.
The company's product Energy Recovery Ventilation uses a solid state air-to-air heat exchanger constructed with nanopolymers.
Contour Energy Systems is a leading innovator of advanced battery technologies leveraging materials science breakthroughs and patented manufacturing processes for the development of next-generation primary and rechargeable battery systems.
Correlated Magnetics is a revolutionary scientific breakthrough that enables magnets to be 'programmed' such that they can produce never-before-seen behaviors far beyond the simple 'attract' and 'repel' of conventional single-axis dipole magnets. This new technology, which can be scaled down to the nanoscale, can be used both to improve existing products currently employing magnets and to empower innovative new products in applications where conventional magnets were never considered practical.
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