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AITEX is an association of Spanish companies in the textile sector whose main objective is to improve the competitiveness of the sector. The association maintains a nanotechnology group.
BCMaterials is an autonomous research center that covers all aspects of research in Functional Materials with advanced Electric, Magnetic and Optical properties; from basic aspects to applications. Special activity is devoted to thin films materials and characterization techniques involving Large International Facilities, like neutron and synchrotron radiation sources.
The Centre CIN2 wants to be a relevant actor in nanoscience and nanotechnology research in the international arena. Investigation in CIN2 are carried out by different groups specialist in knowledge areas like electronic transport modelling, scanning tunnelling microscopy, synthesis of nanoparticles, surface nanostructuring, nanoestructured hybrid materials, nanoionics, nanooptics, nanomagnetism, low temperature transport in nanoentities (carbon nanotubes and graphenes) , nano-bio-sensoring and nanotechnology for energy, instrumentation and toxicity.
The group deals with the design, preparation and characterization of nanomaterials for sensors and biosensor applications.
The Centre for NanoBioSafety and Sustainability (CNBSS) was established in 2009 as a joint initiative of the Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology (ICN) and the LEITAT Technological Centre, two well-known institutions in nanoscience and nanotechnology, both located in Catalonia (northeastern Spain). The Centre was created in response to the emerging needs to rationalise and assess the risks of new nanotechnologies.
The CNM-IMB has established a new R&D activity focussed on the integration of microelectronics with nanotechnology, which includes nanolithography, combination of nanodevices with CMOS circuits and development of nanoelectromechanical systems.
CIC biomaGUNE (Centro de Investigacion Cooperativa en Biomateriales - Bioscience Cooperative Research Centre) is a non-profit association with the basic aim of creating, producing, promoting and applying scientific and technological knowledge in the biomaterials field by carrying out systematic research and experimental development work. One of the research programs puts particular emphasis on the properties and applications of molecular-level biological nanostructures.
Focused on near-field optics, optoelectronics, plasmonics, the development of microscopic optical equipment, and the development of nanodevices and their effect on nanophotonics.
The Nanotechnology Unit at CIDETEC develops nanomaterials as well as new technologies such as nanophotonics and organic nanoelectronics, and organic photovoltaic technology.
The Research Center on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology (CINN) is a joint research center created in 2007 by institutional joint initiative between the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), the Government of Asturias and the University of Oviedo. The CINN combines interdisciplinary research strongly competitive at international level with scientific and technological demonstration activities towards enterprises technologically advanced, and has among its main objectives the creation of new technology-based firms.
EHS-ADVANCE is an initiative of the Government of the Basque Autonomous Community (region) that sets out to provide industry with a service and support in the areas relating to the Environment, Health and Safety whenever nanotechnologies are incorporated into its products and processes.
AMIC is an innovation center belonging to the Technological Innovation Network created by the Catalan Autonomous Government. AMIC offers key-in-hand solutions for environmental and industrial problems of the manufacturing sectors. AMIC also works on nanomaterials such as Ag, Au, Pt, Cu and Pd nanocubes and other morphologies.
The IMDEA Nanociencia Foundation, created by a joint initiative of the regional Government of Madrid and the Ministry of Science and Education of the Government of Spain, manages the IMDEA Nanociencia Institute. This new interdisciplinary research centre aims at becoming a flexible framework to create new internationally competitive research groups by hybridizing some of the best scientists in Madrid dedicated to the exploration of basic nanoscience with recognized researches recognized elsewhere recruited on an internationally competitive basis.
ICN is focused on theoretical study, experimental observation and control of matter at the nanometric scale, synthesis and fabrication, functionalization, characterization and applications of nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes and the development of nanosensors.
The group carries out research on the integration of nanotechnology methods, tools and materials into low cost, user friendly and efficient sensors and biosensors.
 
 
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