Plastic Logic is a leader in plastic electronics manufacturing, a revolutionary new technology for printing electronic devices. The company will be the first to apply the new technology to a fully commercial application: flexible active-matrix displays.
This spin-out company from the University of Nottingham has developed a unique reactor technology to allow unprecedented product control and flexibility in inorganic nanoparticle dispersion manufacture.
Spun out of Cambridge University in mid 2004 to commercialize research findings in the areas of advanced nano-enabled materials, specifically in the area of carbon nanotube materials and their applications.
Randox Food Diagnostics is a division of Randox Laboratories who have 30 years experience in the diagnostic market and a devoted research and development team. Randox Food Diagnostics is a dedicated company responsible for the distribution of Randox drug residue kits, wine testing kits and analysers worldwide. Randox Food Diagnostics incorporate several market related products dedicated to the food, wine and beverage industries. Randox uses in house developed antibodies and conjugates for a wide range of their screening products including the patented Biochip Array Technology (multiplex screening platform).
RD Graphene was incorporated after winning the Scottish Higgs Edge 2016 for its transformational, patent pending Graphene manufacturing process. The invented process is disruptive as it enables the use of Graphene in an unlimited number of applications. Industry standard cycle times to produce Graphene is around 17 hours, making it cost-prohibitive for applications. RD Graphene?s truly design-for-manufacture (DFM) process creates 3D graphene at room temperature on any surface with cycle times in seconds and therefore enables high volume manufacture. Application sectors for this ground breaking technology are (bio-) sensors, energy, flexible electronics, wearables, water treatment and many more.
ROAR is involved in the research, development and manufacturing of nanotechnology derived particles for commercial applications. In the short to medium term, the company will concentrate in supplying nanoparticles used for forensic, immigration and sports testing applications.
Sphere is commercializing picodroplet technology from Cambridge University that can perform thousands of simultaneous reactions on single cells and molecules contained within aqueous droplets, fractions of a millimeter in size. This platform enables diverse applications including: miniaturized profiling of drug candidates, generation of new biocatalysts and identification of novel algal strains.