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Lambda Solutions, Inc. (LSI) focuses on innovative laser-based spectroscopic and optical solutions for commercial quality and process control, environmental monitoring, material identification in industry, security, and law enforcement, and research laboratories.
LamdaGen manufactures a variety of functional nano-materials in the form of independent chips in common sizes and shapes for researchers who wish to work with a highly reproducible nano-structured metallic thin-film.
The open-source LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics Simulator from Sandia Labs has potentials for soft materials (biomolecules, polymers) and solid-state materials (metals, semiconductors) and coarse-grain systems. It can be used to model atoms or, more generically, as a parallel particle simulator at the mesoscale or continuum levels.
A specialty chemicals group that develops nanocomposites and nanoadditives like its Nanoprene high-performance rubber additive.
Manufacturer of spin processing equipment.
A major provider of in-situ optical sensors for research and production thin-film applications.
LDB Corp provides metrology instruments to industrial component and semiconductor companies.
A designer and producer of innovative high-tech precision optics systems for the analysis of micro and nanostructures.
Founded by several European chemical manufacturers LEL Group is a distributor for speciality chemicals and minerals, including a range of nanopowders, in Europe.
Offers nanofiltration systems.
LG Chem, Korea's largest chemical company, conducts R&D in nanotechnology application and processes. For instance, it has developed a single-layer plastic material to make high-performance containers.
A supplier of highly doped fibers designs, manufactures and markets high performance fibers as well as fiber components and subassemblies (optical engines) for fiber amplifiers and lasers using its unique and proprietary Direct Nanoparticle Deposition (DND) technology.
LightForm develops and sells hyperspectral imaging instrumentation to life science researchers.
LightSmyth develops innovative nanophotonic products. Target areas include integrated photonics, free-space diffractives, and consumer products. LightSmyth products and innovations are centered around application of holographic and diffractive principles combined with manufacturing via state-of-the-art semiconductor patterning tools such as Deep UltraViolet (DUV) steppers/scanners.
The company is developing a new generation of advanced nonlinear electro-optic and all-optical organic polymers that can convert high-speed electronic signals into optical signals or allow light waves to switch other light waves.
Linkam develops and manufactures a broad range of heating and freezing stages for both OEM and end users to visualize and explore materials properties. Used in conjunction with light microscopes and other forms of spectroscopy, Linkam stages are found in thousands of laboratories worldwide with the most successful heating/freezing stage, the THMS600, selling over 3000 units alone.
Develops a template manufacturing proces that utilizes technologies adopted from the microelectronics industry for the fabrication of engineered shape and size-specific nanomaterials.
A leading European distributors of high-tech instrumentation and consumables for scientific, academic and industrial research. Our product range comprises scientific light sources and optics, components, and systems for the life sciences, material characterization, cryotechnology, spectroscopy and imaging.
Lucideon is a leading international provider of materials development, testing and assurance.
Develops zone-plate-array lithography (ZPAL) which replaces the 'printing press' of traditional lithography with a technology more akin to that of a 'laser printer.'
Lumerical empowers designers with best-in-class optical design software and support services to develop next generation micro/ nanoscale photonic technologies.
Luxtera developed a Silicon Photonics technology platform that enables a new breed of monolithic opto-electronic devices manufactured in a low cost CMOS process.
The company develops, produces and distributes 3D analysis instruments based on the Digital Holographic Microscopy (DHM) technology. With this technology, microscopes combine nanometric resolution, real-time and non-invasive three dimensional observation
A manufacturer of nanopositioning systems with sub-nanometer precision.
The company develops nanocrystalline alloys for power electronics.