Applies nanotechnology across several product areas such as cosmetics where the companysupplies UV absorbers based on nanoparticulate zinc oxide and titanium dioxide; binders for facade coatings where inorganic nanoparticles are homogeneously incorporated into organic polymer particles of water-based dispersions; and plastics with nanoadditive which improves flowability during production.
The oldest, largest and most respected dealer of used and refurbished semiconductor processing/manufacturing, microscopes, laboratory, electronic test and measurement, and general scientific equipment in the world.
Biomimetics Pty Ltd has developed an innovative enabling technology to coat bone-like nanohydroxyapatite for the production of an unique synthetic bone graft material that has increased superiority in bioactivity, strength controlled solubility and drug delivery over similiar products already in the market. It is a platform technology with a wide range of applications.
Bioni's core business is the development, production and marketing of coatings to enhance the walls, facades and roofs of all manner of buildings. Based upon the latest scientific findings in nanotechnology and together with the researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Bioni has developed an effective nano-filler combination, which when used in both interior and facade paints, permanently prevents the formation of mould, bacteria and algae.
The company's core competence is the selective modification of glass by generating metal nanoellipsoids inside the glass material.Boraglas develops and commercializes laser-based nanotechnologies especially for glass material which is applied for the manufacturing of nanotechnology products.
Cella Energy Ltd makes safe, low-cost hydrogen storage materials. Their materials use nanostructuring to safely encapsulate hydrogen at ambient temperatures and pressures. This sidesteps the requirement for an expensive hydrogen infrastructure.
CelluForce is a joint venture of Domtar Corporation and FPInnovations created to manufacture nanocrystalline cellulose in the world's first plant of its kind, located in Windsor, Quebec. Backed by a patented process, CelluForce develops and markets new applications for nanocrystalline cellulose.
Ceramatec has produced many proprietary materials for device fabrication such as castable nanoceramics. The company also synthesizes nano-powders using a proprietary powder synthesis process that results in very high purity, high-quality, un-agglomerated, high surface area, nanocrystalline ceramic powders.
The company develops and sells a series of acrylate nanocomposite coatings under the trade name CETOSIL that contain up to 30% of nano-sized silica. The use of special surface grafted silica nanoparticles ensures the transparency and low viscosity of the coatings.