Ossila was founded by organic electronics research scientists with the aim of providing the components, equipment and materials (including nanomaterials such as fullerenes) to enable faster and smarter research and discovery.
Phosphorex develops and supplies various types of microspheres and nanospheres for a broad range of scientific applications. In addition to supplying ultra pure polystyrene nanospheres and microspheres, we encapsulate fluorescent, phosphorescent, near-infrared and color dyes in polymers to form particles with sizes ranging from 20 nm to over 20 µm.
This spin-out company from the University of Nottingham has developed a unique reactor technology to allow unprecedented product control and flexibility in inorganic nanoparticle dispersion manufacture.
Quantum Corporation (QCorp) is the parent company of group of companies, head quartered in Bangalore, India. QCorp was established in 2007 with a vision to create world class Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites with strong Intellectual Property that are changing the properties of products across the globe. QCorp has developed high quality Smart Polymers, Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites as core materials for manufacturers in Telecommunications, Electronics, Drug Delivery, Conductive films, Lighting and Energy industries - without the need to change their existing processes.
Quantum Materials Corporation (QMC) is now commercializing a low cost quantum dot technology of a superior quality and characteristics. This revolutionary new quantum dot production technique, developed by Dr. Michael S. Wong and colleagues of William Marsh Rice University, Houston, TX., has been acquired under an exclusive, world-wide license. Our new synthesis method is mass producible using continuous flow technology processes developed in conjunction with Access2Flow microreactor technology. QMC's research and development group was instrumental in developing the new scaling-up process.