Nanotechnology Companies in the USA
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Primet Precision Materials designs and manufactures an extensive array of nanopowders and material systems.
Spectroscopy and imaging instruments.
Prior Scientific, Inc., is a leading manufacturer of microscopes, programmable motorized stages, fiber optic microscopy inspection equipment, and microscopy accessories for a variety of applications.
Promega's products are used in life science research, particularly in genomics, proteomics, and cellular analysis to support molecular diagnostics and human identification.
Creates specimen supports for electron microscopy. The company's products enable the highest resolution of nanostructures in their native environments.
Physical Sciences Inc. focuses on providing contract research and development services in a variety of technical areas to both government and commercial customers. New materials developments include nanoparticle-derived constructs.
Designs and manufactures unique thin film deposition systems and components for material scientists and process engineers.
Manufacturer of carbon nanofibers.
Qsonica designs, develops and manufactures the world's most technologically advanced ultrasonic liquid processors. Our 40 years of experience in a wide range of industries has enabled us to develop a full line of equipment and accessories to provide solutions for the following applications: Cell Disruption, Nanoparticle Dispersion, Creating Emulsions, Shearing DNA, ChIP Assay, Homogenization.
Qualtré Inc. is commercializing the next generation of motion sensors, further broadening their applicability in CE devices like cellular handsets, personal navigation devices, and gaming controllers. Using a proprietary high-performance, low-cost technology platform, Qualtré aims to be the leading supplier of inertial sensors for these devices.
Quantachrome is a world leader in the design and manufacture of laboratory instruments for characterizing properties of porous materials and powders.
Quanterix Corporation is developing a novel platform for single molecule analysis that will bring an unprecedented level of sensitivity, precision, and assay robustness to clinical diagnostics, drug development, and life science research.
QuantTera is developing a new class of lasers and detectors. Nano-structured materials will be the basis of their technology from multilayer two dimensional structures to quantum dot technology.
Quantum Composers is an internationally recognized pioneer in the Test and Measurement market place with the design and production of laser systems and precision pulse generator instrument lines.
Quantum Composers, Inc., specializes in precision pulse and digital delay generators and development of custom controls, electronics and lasers for the electronic, opto-mechanical and photonic industries.
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.
Quantum Polymers provides engineering and high performance plastic stock shape products and engineering services for industrial applications.
QuantumBio, Inc is accelerating the drug discovery efforts by providing pharmaceutical, biotechnology companies and life science research organizations a next generation of Computer-Assisted Molecular Modeling (CAMM) and Computer-Assisted Drug Design (CADD) solutions.
Nanotechnology research and development/incubator.
The initial product offering from Quickshot XRF focuses on two main applications; precious metal analysis and hazardous substance detection. Additional instruments and software packages are in development to provide low-cost options to organizations that require accurate coating thickness measurements and alloy verification.