The technology of InovisCoat GmbH originally stems from the photographic industry and is used in the life sciences, material sciences and nanotechnology areas. With it, coatings of up to ten individual layers can be manufactured. These extremely precise Multicoatings are used among other things, in photographic products, security systems, scratchproof displays and in the area of drug delivery products (e.g. active ingredient patches).
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.
Intrinsiq Materials Ltd is a start-up focused on Engineering Materials Solutions at the Nanoscale. Focused primarily on Cleantech and Wellness, the company uses either their patent protected nanomaterials plasma production or nanoporous materials platform technology to develop IP that enhances the performance and improves the competitive position of their clients' products.
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.
From direct-write nanometer scaled patterning to a full complement of processes, testing, and characterization, ITN has the capabilities to develop and deliver a quality, fully functional product at the nanoscale.
iX-factory is known for its expertise in the manufacturing of components in the area of MEMS and microfluidics for your customised solutions. Our experts support you with their in-depth knowledge in the conception and fabrication of highly qualitative microchips adapted to your individual requirements. iX-factory supports you with the following services: personal expert advice, fabrication and project work, MEMS Foundry Service and the world around the chip.
Kebaili Corporation designs, manufactures, and markets a full line of instruments based on its MEMS/NEMS sensor technologies. These instruments are used for research and development, in industrial, medical, automotive, military, and consumer applications.
A supplier of highly doped fibers designs, manufactures and markets high performance fibers as well as fiber components and subassemblies (optical engines) for fiber amplifiers and lasers using its unique and proprietary Direct Nanoparticle Deposition (DND) technology.
The company is developing a new generation of advanced nonlinear electro-optic and all-optical organic polymers that can convert high-speed electronic signals into optical signals or allow light waves to switch other light waves.
The company manufactures precision optical calibration targets; is a photolithography production house; and also does thin film PVD coating. In their engineering division they also do diamond turning, thick film ceramic patterning, conformal patterning/coatings, and large format roll to roll processing.
Micralyne, a pioneer in Lab-on-a-Chip microfluidics, has significant know-how in developing and manufacturing microfluidic chip devices. The company's experience is used to develop Lab-on-a-Chip offerings within the life sciences industry. Capabilities include a proprietary method to deposit engineered nanostructured thin films (GLAD) for next generation nano and micro devices.