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The company developed Agilezorb, a revolutionary nanotechnology-based compressible energy absorbing liquid. Agilezorb is fundamentally different than foams and other competing technologies; absorbing energy on a near molecular scale instead of relying on the mechanical properties of solid materials.
Develops and manufactures nanofiltration systems.
Applies advanced MEMS and nanotechnologies to develop value add sensing solutions for the measurement industry.
Authentication and anti-counterfeit technology.
The company develops skin care products with its proprietary nanotechnological platform based on the development of Bioactive Complex Modeling (NANO-COMPLEXES™) that has the ability to control nano- and pico- quantities of biologically active substances.
Research, development and commercialization of next-generation cooling solutions that are built on an exclusive patent portfolio in the field of thermofluid nanotechnology.
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.
The company's product Energy Recovery Ventilation uses a solid state air-to-air heat exchanger constructed with nanopolymers.
CurTran manufactures LiteWire, carbon nanotube wire conductors as a technology to directly replace copper and other metallic wires.
Manufactures nanofiber filter media.
eMagin integrates high-resolution OLED microdisplays, magnifying optics, and systems technologies to create a virtual image that appears comparable to that of a computer monitor or a large-screen television.
Forte manufactures carbon fiber tubing. Carbon Nano-Fiber additives are also available.
Provides a broad product line with a complete range of membrane filtration processes such as ultrafiltration and nanofiltration.
Green Earth Technologies, a consumer goods manufacturer, produces 'G'-Branded superior performing TOTALLY GREEN products made entirely from American Grown Base Oils that now puts the power of patent pending nanotechnology (doing more with less) and dehydrogenation into the hands of environmentally concerned consumers everywhere.
Hypercat ACP™ is a leading edge, technologically-driven emissions control manufacturing company. Through our joint venture with Nanostellar™, Hypercat has exclusive rights to proprietary technology enabling it to design and build catalysts using significantly less PGM without sacrificing efficacy, function or durability. Alongside a suite of standard products, Hypercat offers highly effective, cost efficient emissions controls solutions.
Indium Corporation provides NanoFoilŪ based materials that deliver energy in a controlled and precise manner for joining, energetics and heating applications.
LightSmyth develops innovative nanophotonic products. Target areas include integrated photonics, free-space diffractives, and consumer products. LightSmyth products and innovations are centered around application of holographic and diffractive principles combined with manufacturing via state-of-the-art semiconductor patterning tools such as Deep UltraViolet (DUV) steppers/scanners.
The company performs applied carbon nanotube research and development for a wide range of applications including thermal enhancements, batteries, ultracpacitors, and sensors.
Material Methods manufactures and markets separation and energy devices and components built on nano-structured materials.
MetaShield™ is an advanced nanotechnology based formula that has the unique ability to absorb axial force from one point of impact and dissipate it over an entire coated surface area. MetaShield's glass based nanocomposite coating employs leading edge nanotech principles to counterintuitively absorb impacts well beyond what might be thought possible, given its extraordinarily slight form factor.
 
 
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