Nanotechnology Commercial Organizations – Directory
Showing results 16 - 30 of 77 for nanotechnology companies in Canada:
D-Wave was spun out of the University of British Columbia (UBC) in 1999 to commercialize superconductor-based, quantum computer processors.
The Delong group of companies operates in the high tech, engineering design, manufacturing and sales sectors and span two continents with operations in Europe and North America. The company manufactures the desktop LVEM5 electron microscope.
DiagnoCure has specialized in the development, production and commercialization of molecular diagnostics for the detection and management of cancer
Elcora is a vertically integrated graphite and graphene company. The company mines, processes, refines graphite, and targets high-end graphite markets including li-ion batteries and graphene R&D.
Electronics.ca Publications is a research network and publishing company whose focus is technology and market research for the electronics industry. The company delivers critical information on the semiconductor, advanced materials, nanotechnology, electronics manufacturing, wireless technology and converging markets in the form of off-the-shelf reports, training materials, and industry standards.
Epocal is implementing an entire blood diagnostic 'laboratory on a chip' in FlexCard™ technology, with some elements are fabricated in media with micrometer or nanometer scale flow channels or pores.
Fibics provides analysis solutions to semiconductor and materials science / metallurgy clients, specializing in focused ion beam (FIB), secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
The company produces high quality nano carbon structures for applications including biomedical, analytical, solar, and communications.
The company's core business development activities are built around the transformation of graphite into graphene on a commercial scale using primarily raw, unprocessed graphite
A materials engineering firm focused on delivering disruptive uses for graphene technologies.
The company specializes in the unique science of graphene and its derivative materials. NanoXplore's initial focus is on applications where graphene provides significant added value and bulk quantities of high quality graphene provide a competitive advantage. Near term opportunities are in industries such as paints and lubricants, textiles, and energy.
ICSPI makes the nGauge: the world's smallest, simplest and most affordable atomic force microscope.
In addition to lab instruments and supplies, the company provides nanotechnology model kits and components for the scientist and engineer involved in the teaching of design or research and development of nanotechnology.
The company's lead product in development is Amorphous Nano-Hydroxyapaite Powder. Nano-structured hydroxyapatite has several advantages over hydroxyapatite of larger particle size in its use in bone tissue engineering due to its higher surface area and consequently higher reactivity, which offers better cellular response. In addition, nano-sized hydroxyapatite is useful as an effective surface modification agent for binding numerous biological molecules.
Kakkazan has assembled a nanotechnology team, consisting of domain experts plus professional linguists and writers. The bilingual team, with native speakers of both languages, produces a regularly updated 15-page executive report on nanotechnology developments in Japan.