Nanotechnology in Australia – companies, research, and degree programs
Nanotechnology companies in Australia
|Altogether there are 23 companies in Australia with a nanotechnology focus.|
A manufacturer of advanced nanomaterials and nanomaterials products in Australia.
|Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine Companies|
Commercializes a nano and micron sized ceramic spheres technology that provides encapsulation and controlled release of active molecules for a variety of applications including drug delivery, cosmeceuticals and speciality chemicals.
EnGeneIC aims to revolutionize the treatment of cancer by targeted delivery of drugs or siRNAs using the same versatile nano-sized delivery vehicle to address the complexities found in cancer cells.
Living Cell is developing cell-based products to treat life threatening human diseases. The company has developed proprietary nanobiocapsules which allow encapsulated pig insulin producing cells, DiabeCell, to be implanted without the use of toxic immune suppressive drugs.
Starpharma Holdings Limited is a world leader in the development of dendrimer nanotechnology products for pharmaceutical, life-science and other applications.
|Nanotechnology Products, Applications & Instruments Companies|
ATA Scientific specialises in marketing and servicing analytical and scientific instruments with a products focus on the Particle Sciences, Biotechnology and Spectroscopy. They include instruments applicable to nano particle, micro emulsion and bio-surface research.
AVT Services Pty Ltd is Australia's foremost vacuum and cryogenics specialist.
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.
Develops supercapacitors, high-power, high-energy storage devices that rely on the separation of charge at an electrified interface that is measured in fractions of a nanometer.
FlexeGRAPH has developed nano-fluids with graphene as the active ingredient. These nano-fluids feature suspended graphene particles that conduct heat 10,000X better than water. This provides a significant improvement in thermal conductivity over standard liquid coolants and has applications across many industries.
Designs, manufactures and markets a range of scientific instruments comprising Atomic Absorption spectrometers (AAS), UV-Visible spectrometers (UV-Vis), Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission spectrometers (ICP-OES), Inductively Coupled Plasma Time of Flight Mass spectrometers (ICP-TOFMS), High Performance Liquid Chromatographs (HPLC) and Rheological Analysis Equipment.
Hydrexia's hydrogen storage systems technology is based on cast magnesium alloys with novel nano-structure to store hydrogen as a solid metal hydride.
Imagine Intelligent Materials integrates expertise in materials science and signals processing to create large scale graphene sensing systems.
The Micro-Bio-Nano Company. MiniFAB offers customized manufacturing and advanced product development, exploiting leading edge polymer microfabrication. The company's business is the design, fabrication and integration of polymer microengineered systems.
NanoChem products in the chemicals and wastewater treatment industries enhance productivity through effective use of new materials with novel properties and superior performance.
A system developer, distribution and consulting company specialized in nanotechnology product implementation and applications, primarily coatings.
Quickstep, or more specifically, the Quickstep Process, is a range of unique and patented technologies that can be used in the out-of-autoclave manufacture of advanced composite materials, including nanocomposite production.
Supplier of state-of-the-art optoelectronics, piezoelectric and spectroscopy technology, serving Australia and New Zealand's scientific research and industry community.
|Nanotechnology Services & Intermediaries|
CAN Center for Automation in Nanobiotech is a private company, focused on implementation of new technologies for innovative integrated system design.
CleanFutures is a joint venture of NanoVentures Australia, Australian CleanTech and Bridge8 with the goal of successfully commercialising nanotechnologies that enable clean futures.
Nanokote has been set up as a sales and distribution division of Micronisers with purpose of integrating the latest in nanotechnology to OEM's in South East Asia and Australia.
A technology transfer and equipment provider with technical capability and knowledge in all aspect of the metal, plastics and nanotechnology manufacturing industries.
A university technology transfer group in Australia. A subsidiary company of The University of Queensland, UniQuest identifies, packages and commercializes the university technologies and expertise, including nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology research organizations in Australia
|There are 64 university and college research labs in Australia with a nanotechnology focus.|
|There are 4 initiatives and networks in Australia with a nanotechnology focus.|
|There are 20 degree programs in Australia with a nanotechnology focus.|
|Here is a complete list of all non-commercial nanotechnology organizations in Australia, sorted alphabetically.|
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