Nanotechnology Companies in Japan
Showing results 21 - 38 of 38 for nanotechnology companies in Japan:
The company produces a nanocomposite barrier film for food packaging.
The company manufactures and markets super-small precision NC machine series, a desktop size machine called MTS, for machining with micro and sub micro unit of surface roughness.
Applies the manufacturing technology of ultrafine particles termed 'micellar nanoparticles' to use them as carriers for drugs, such as anticancer agents.
Develops research instruments with nanotechnology and photonics such as a laser-scanning Raman microscope.
A specialist in powder processing - drying, milling, particle design.
The company develops high-precision negative feedback control technology. The proprietary technology of NF is used in a wide array of applications - from automobiles, digital appliances, and other high-tech electronic devices to fuel cells, solar power, and other clean energy technologies, as well as nanotechnology and even satellite, rocket, and other aerospace technologies.
Nikon has developed a technology to form a coating with very low refractive index even in the vacuum UV region, and greatly improved the angular performance of antireflection coating. This ultra-low refractive index coating is called Nanoparticle Coating because the size of the particles that compose this coating ranges from a few nanometers to just more than 10 nanometers.
In 2017 the company announced a successful mass production test of Graphene Oxide based materials. It subsequently has provided graphene oxide based materials as samples for application development.
The foundation of Nissan Chemical Industries inorganic materials operations is its nanoparticle control technology. Beyond its core businesses and technological areas of organic materials, inorganic materials and electronics materials, the company also manufactures electroconductive nano-sized special polymers.
Develops micro-/nano-fabrication and thin film technology. The 'Leading Edge Key Technology Business' transfers technology, offers consulting services, and sells products primarily relating to materials and devices-acting as a bridge between the technology of NTT Laboratories and the world.
The company develops state-of-the-art electron beam mask writers, mask inspection systems and epitaxial growth systems for the manufacture of semiconductor devices.
A leader in the fields of X-ray spectrometry, X-ray diffraction, X-ray optics, as well as small molecule and protein crystallography.
SAMCO, Inc. is a process equipment company that develops and manufactures a wide variety of unique deposition, etching, and surface treatment systems academic facilities and for a worldwide network of major industrial customers in the compound semiconductor, optoelectronics, MEMS and other industries.
The company develops businesses in two key areas: semiconductor manufacturing equipment and precision measuring systems.
TOPCON supplies semiconductor inspection equipment, FPD equipment, and electron beam instruments used in industries such as semiconductor and FPD. TOPCON also supplies optical engines for projectors and optical device for new-generation DVDs.
Toray develops advanced nanotech materials such as carbon nanotubes, fibers, laminated film and nano-alloy polymers.
Unisoku creates optical instruments and surface analysis systems such as scanning probe microscope systems.
In late 2015, Zeon Corporation completed and begun operation of the world's first mass production plant for carbon nanotubes using the Super-growth method developed by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology.