Graphene Laboratories, Inc. is focused on developing methods and processes that allow graphene, a novel nanomaterial with unique combination of electrical, thermal, chemical, and structural properties, to be employed in a variety of practical applications, such as next generation solar batteries, flexible electronics, gas storage, energy storage, electronics, biosciences, solar energy harvesting, and composites and ultrafiltration.
Green Earth Technologies, a consumer goods manufacturer, produces 'G'-Branded superior performing TOTALLY GREEN products made entirely from American Grown Base Oils that now puts the power of patent pending nanotechnology (doing more with less) and dehydrogenation into the hands of environmentally concerned consumers everywhere.
The company has historically specialized in the design and manufacture of instruments for optical spectroscopy. Although originally conceived for surface cleaning in optical spectroscopy and general optics, Harrick Scientific's plasma devices have found service in a wide variety of applications and in numerous technical fields.
The company's expertise and available facilities are sputtering services; reactive magnetron sputtering, reactive PVD, metal oxides, nitrides, fluorides, multi-layers, dichroic filters, high-temperature diffusion barriers, moisture barriers, protected silver and aluminum; various reactive sputtering tool layouts are available for process development.
Herzan is a comprehensive solutions provider for the precision research environment. Specializing in active vibration isolation and high performance acoustic enclosures, Herzan products help researchers overcome even the most troublesome environmental challenges.
The company is devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of machinery and technology for the synthetic fiber industry. Fiber technology capabilities include nanofibers and polyester nanotubing.
Holographix replicates structures with pitches and depths ranging from less than 10 nm to more than 100 microns. Using proprietary cold-forming replication technology, virtually any surface structure can be replicated onto a variety of substrate shapes, sizes and materials.