Arcnano employs state of the art manufacturing technologies and processes in a wide variety of disciplines spanning clean room wafer scale fabrication, precision machined parts, complex materials and electronics to make sensors, systems and mission critical components. Arcnano serves the semiconductor, photonics, data storage, medical, military, aerospace, instrumentation, and national laboratory markets.
Aurion's Plasma Systems division offers complete systems for plasma assisted surface treatment, that means for surface cleaning and surface modification as well as coating and etching (PVD, PECVD, RIE, Microwave).
Applied X-ray Optics and High Precision Deposition - develops and applies various high precision deposition techniques for the production of nanometer single and multilayers showing sub-nanometer precision.
Bilcare has developed a unique security technology called nonClonable. The technology innovatively exploits the intrinsic nature of nano and micro-structured composites together with their magnetic and optical properties to provide a foolproof security system.
Evolved from more than 15 years research at Sydney's Macquarie University, BluGlass has invented a novel process using Remote Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (RPCVD) to grow semiconductor materials such as gallium nitride (GaN), crucial to the production of high efficiency devices including next generation lighting technology Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) at a fraction of the current cost.
Buckeye Composites is a new division of NanoTechLabs (NTL), the largest producer of multi-walled carbon nanotubes in the United States. With headquarters, research and manufacturing facilities in Yadkinville, North Carolina, NanoTechLabs has extensive commercial experience in materials development, focusing on the incorporation of nanomaterials into various materials systems and products.
Busek specializes in electric space propulsion and materials processing. Materials activities include deposition of coatings by ion beam deposition, sputtering, and by other methods. They have on-going development programs investigating DLC coating, the growth of carbon nanotubes, and other materials.
Cambridge Nanotherm Ltd, was established in 2010 to commercialise proprietary nano-ceramic technology for use in the electronic industry. The technology has been developed by internationally renowned scientists who are co-founders of the company.
Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTi) is an innovative leader in processing liquids, fluidic mixtures, emulsions and suspended solids. The Company has commercialized its patent-pending CTi Nano Neutralization process, offering the refiners of edible oils and fats significant yield improvements, substantial cost savings and environmental benefits. As an add-on to existing neutralization systems, the Company's patented Nano Reactor allows refiners to significantly reduce the processing costs, increase the yield and perfect the oil's quality.
CemeCon is one of the most successful companies globally specializing in state-of-the-art coating solutions for cutting tools and components. CemeCon is offering a comprehensive variety of services at highest level.
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.
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.
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.