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.
Applied Nanotools is a nanotechnology SME based in Edmonton, Canada that specializes in fabrication of membrane-based optical chips for X-ray and EUV applications. Our products include high-resolution Fresnel zone plates for X-ray focusing and several X-ray and EUV mask technologies that include nano-gratings and calibration standards. Applied Nanotools also provide state-of-the-art micro and nano-fabrication services to enable fast prototyping and testing of various custom nanotechnology projects. This includes the NanoSOI Process Technology (via CMC Microsystems) for fabricating NEMS and nano-photonic devices.
Applynano is a technology-based spin-off company making use of the know-how gained by a research group at the University of Alicante, which aims to bring nanomaterials into use in real applications. They offer innovative industrial solutions by incorporating nanomaterials customised and adapted to customers' products, for solving processing problems and improving production, or adding new features and functionalities.
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.
CalciTech has developed a new and patented process for the upcycling of industrial waste lime into Synthetic Calcium Carbonate with the ability to to tailor make products in a wide range of crystal sizes, from nano-sized product (< 0.1micron) up to 20 micron.
CrayNano was spun-off from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to commercialize a new technology to grow gallium arsenide (GaAs) nanowires on graphene using molecular beam epitaxy. The new hybrid electrode material offers excellent optoelectronic properties.
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.