Entrepix is a provider of Chemical Mechanical Polishing (CMP) process outsourcing and equipment services. The company provides production, integration and optimization services to IDMs, OEMs, MEMS, nanotechnology and CMP consumables suppliers.
By incorporating Forcespinning Technology™ into equipment and manufacturing processes, FibeRio will provide researchers with versatile production capabilities that will facilitate ground breaking research and deliver the nonwovens and technical textiles industries with dramatically increased system level production capacities that will escalate the commercialization of nanofiber applications.
First Nano develops solutions for nanotube and nanowire synthesis. The company manufactures turn-key process equipment suitable for the synthesis of a variety of single-wall and multi-wall carbon nanotubes, nanowires, silicon germanium (SiGe), second generation PV materials and graphene. First Nano is focused on addressing the specific process control challenges unique to this field by applying their broad experience in nanotechnology fabrication.
The company commercializes R&D tools, industrial systems and applications based on broadly patented Carbon Fluorine Spectroscopy (CFS) aka Fluoro-Raman spectroscopy - a Fluoro-Raman technology, comprising of family of the devices, methods and applications intended for fluoroorganic industries such as pharmaceutical/life sciences and others.
The company has created precise molecule traps, opening up a new avenue of MOF design. Using a trapping method reminiscent of the biomimetic recognition employed by receptors in nature, single molecule traps were structured to strengthen the interaction with confining material without the permanence of a chemical reaction. framergy provides Metal Organic Frameworks and single molecule traps as a reliable, high-volume, high-quality, low cost product for clean energy and other applications.
Graphene Devices Ltd. is developing commercial-scale production processes for advanced graphene-based energy storage, photovoltaic, conductive ink, and novel composites for game changing applications.
The company's expertise and available facilities are sputtering services; reactive magnetron sputtering, reactive PVD, metal oxides, nitrides, fluorides, multi-layers, dichroic filters, high-temperature diffusion barriers, moisture barriers, protected silver and aluminum; various reactive sputtering tool layouts are available for process development.
The company is devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of machinery and technology for the synthetic fiber industry. Fiber technology capabilities include nanofibers and polyester nanotubing.
Hoowaki improves energy efficiency through friction and lubrication control, increase in heat transfer coefficients, and reduction of fluid drag. Using a low cost, proprietary route Hoowaki sells tooling to create micron-sized features on the surfaces of metals, ceramics and polymers.
The company uses molecular beam epitaxy systems, materials processing and nanofabrication facilities to develop active and 'smart' materials as enablers for reconfigurable surfaces, adaptive structures and novel actuation as well as nanoelectronic materials to provide enhanced functionality and performance for future sensor and electronic systems.
Ultrafast and short-pulsed fiber laser technology for commercial and research applications, enabling a multitude of new applications in microscopy, high-speed testing, metrology, medical imaging, micromachining and pulsed laser deposition for nanoparticles and thin-films.
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.
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.