Nanotechnology Commercial Organizations – Directory
Showing results 76 - 90 of 113 for nanotechnology companies in UK:
A service lab offering FIB (focused ion beam) and other microscopy services to NanoResearchers who do not have their own equipment - for the purposes of direct nano-fabrication of devices for test and analysis.
nanoTherics Ltd was formed in August 2007 to exploit a novel gene transfection technology arising from biomedical research at Keele University and the University of Florida. The patented technology uses nanoparticles and magnetic fields to facilitate the delivery of foreign DNA into living cells.
Nexeon has patented a unique way of structuring silicon so that it delivers extended cycle life and significantly increases battery capacity. In contrast to carbon, Nexeon's silicon anode materials have a much higher capacity for lithium and as a result are capable of almost ten times the gravimetre capacity per gram (mAh/g).
The company specializes in the design and manufacture of probes for atomic force microscopy and cantilever-based sensor devices.
Ossila was founded by organic electronics research scientists with the aim of providing the components, equipment and materials (including nanomaterials such as fullerenes) to enable faster and smarter research and discovery.
Develops and manufactures solid state sensor technology.
The company develops and commercialises advanced materials and technology solutions across a range of markets including: Electronics (PCB's, plastic electronics, electromechanical devices and flat displays); Industrial specialties (specialty fibres, textiles, laminates and composites); Life sciences/health care markets (including sterile surfaces, separation media and microarrays, biomedical materials); and Low Carbon Technologies (photovoltaics, advanced lighting, fuel cells).
Oxford Instruments specialises in the design, manufacture and support of high-technology tools and systems for industry, research, education, space, energy, defence and healthcare. The company's Our aim is to be the leading provider of tools and systems for the emerging nanotechnology and bioscience markets.
Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd is developing nanopore technology, a revolutionary method of molecular detection and analysis with potential applications in DNA sequencing, diagnostics, drug development and defence.
The company designs high temperature optical and opto-mechanical structures in materials such as sapphire and silicon, including membranes, waveguides and fluorescence structures.
The company produces large area graphene to the highest quality, beyond current industry standards, through our combined expertise in thin film materials production, solid state structure processing and novel material product application.
Manufacturers of the ActiPix™ range of capillary-based UV absorbance detectors and spectrophotometers for applications including monitoring nanoscale biocatalytic reactions and measuring molecular size of both small molecules and biomolecules.
Particle Works manufactures high-performance nano- and microstructured materials with precisely controlled particle size, shape and architecture.
An advanced material manufacturer primarily focused on surface engineered carbon structures such as graphene and carbon nanotubes. Perpetuus has developed and is commercializing a process for producing industrial scale, cost effective, surface engineered advanced materials, commencing with graphene.
Phase Focus is bringing to market a range of products and services based on its proprietary Phase Focus Virtual Lens - a disruptive technology that is revolutionising the performance of imaging instrumentation and bringing new user value to a wide range of analytical applications from stain-free cell imaging and quantitative electron phase microscopy to ophthalmic lens metrology and beyond. By eliminating the need for conventional focussing devices, the Virtual Lens enables new applications and novel analytical capabilities in markets as diverse as life sciences and semiconductor process control, and in multiple wavelength regimes - visible light, X-ray, electron, and more.