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Develops flow control devices for micro- and nanofluidic research.
Fluxion develops cellular analysis tools in the pharmaceutical, biotech and research industries. The company has developed a proprietary microfluidic platform which enables precise cellular manipulation, rapid low-volume compound addition, environmental control and software-based data acquisition.
FOCUS GmbH offers a wide range of equipment in the field of surface analysis. The company develops, manufactures and distributes evaporators, electron excitation sources, electron energy analysers and electron microscopes. In addition, they offer the development of customer specified surface science equipment and prototyping.
FOGALE nanotech is an engineering company and a worldwide known reference in the field of high accuracy dimensional metrology.
A law firm with expertise in IP law relevant to nanotechnology.
FOM Technologies specializes in R&D equipment for coating and testing of functional organic materials with emphasis on the organic photovoltaic field.
The company is active in surface engineering and precision nano-coatings.
Forte manufactures carbon fiber tubing. Carbon Nano-Fiber additives are also available.
Develops a family of nanocomposite materials designed to increase mechanical performance in medical applications.
The company has created precise molecule traps, opening up a new avenue of MOF design. Using a trapping method reminiscent of the biomimetic recognition employed by receptors in nature, single molecule traps were structured to strengthen the interaction with confining material without the permanence of a chemical reaction. framergy provides Metal Organic Frameworks and single molecule traps as a reliable, high-volume, high-quality, low cost product for clean energy and other applications.
Manufacturers of laboratory instruments. Provides planetary mills for a broad range of applications and suited for loss-free grinding down to a fineness as small as 100 nm as well as laser particle sizers for rapid, automatic particle size and shape analysis in a measuring range of 0.01 - 2000 micrometers.
Frontier NanoSystems is commercializing an advanced additive, high productivity manufacturing technology that can efficiently produce ultra-high performance materials, including metals/alloys/superalloys, ceramics/electroceramics and semiconductors and integrate them into high-value products with applications in the microelectronics, aerospace, energy, transportation, oil and gas, and other industry sectors.
Fuel Cell Materials offers customers standard and custom components and materials for SOFCs, including the NextCell™ advanced electrolyte supported cell. Anodes, cathodes and electrolytes are available as nanoscale and micron-scale powders, inks and suspensions.
The company's nanocubic technology allows the production of nanoscale ultra-thin coatings. In addition, nanoparticle technology is employed to create magnetic needle-shaped metal particles and plate-shaped barium-ferrite particles that are only a few tens of namometers in size, and a new high-molecular binder material and nano-dispersion technology are used to ensure uniform dispersion of the particles.
Uses sub-100nm CMOS technology.
Fulcrum SP Materials is a nanotechnology company dealing with composite materials. The company is the only company in the world that uses a propriety protein to coat and bind nano-particles to fabrics, and to disperse nano-particles in matrixes and adhesives and by that, to enhance the performance of such fabrics and adhesives. The goals are stronger and lighter composite materials.
The company specializes in providing measurement services and cutting-edge analytical products for nanotechnology manufacturing and industrial bulk materials.
Manufactures colloidal silica nanoparticles.
Develops and produces carbon nanomaterials (tubes and fibers) as well as graphite specialities.
G24i utilizes the latest breakthrough in material science and nanotechnology creating a new class of advanced solar cells.
Since 1961 Gamma Scientific has produced LED, display and light measurement test solutions for production and R&D environments. With over 50 years of innovation in optics, photonics and optoelectronics metrology, Gamma Scientific instruments are trusted by leading global organizations that require high-speed, precision measurements and custom configurations for the most challenging environments.
Garmor has developed a simple yet effective method of producing edge-functionalized graphene oxide. This proprietary achievement eliminates costly hazardous waste disposal and delivers a product suitable for large scale production at commodity-type prices.
A manufacturer of instrumentation and software used to enhance and extend the operation and performance of electron microscopes.
GATTAquant focuses on probes for fast, easy and precise quantification of super-resolution systems. These probes allow you to check the resolution of your microscope with a precision of a few nanometers. This level of precision is reached by using special nanostructures (so called DNA origami structures) as breadboards for placing single dye molecules in an exactly defined pattern. These innovative nanorulers allow a fast, easy and precise determination of resolution values in any common super-resolution system (STED, SIM, GSD, dSTORM, Blink microscopy, DNA-PAINT).
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.
 
 
 
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