Buckeye Composites is a new division of NanoTechLabs (NTL), the largest producer of multi-walled carbon nanotubes in the United States. With headquarters, research and manufacturing facilities in Yadkinville, North Carolina, NanoTechLabs has extensive commercial experience in materials development, focusing on the incorporation of nanomaterials into various materials systems and products.
Busek specializes in electric space propulsion and materials processing. Materials activities include deposition of coatings by ion beam deposition, sputtering, and by other methods. They have on-going development programs investigating DLC coating, the growth of carbon nanotubes, and other materials.
Cadence delivers application specific kits and new-generation platforms of integrated design technologies and methodologies that help users address all aspects of electronics design in the nanometer era.
CalciTech has developed a new and patented process for the upcycling of industrial waste lime into Synthetic Calcium Carbonate with the ability to to tailor make products in a wide range of crystal sizes, from nano-sized product (< 0.1micron) up to 20 micron.
California Lithium Battery applies a new Argonne patented process to embed nano-silicon into graphene that Argonne tests show help to stabilize the silicon to create a superior lithium battery anode material.
Cambridge Nanotherm Ltd, was established in 2010 to commercialise proprietary nano-ceramic technology for use in the electronic industry. The technology has been developed by internationally renowned scientists who are co-founders of the company.
The company designsand manufactures electric laboratory & industrial furnaces, laboratory & industrial ovens & incubators. In addition to the range of electric laboratory furnaces and ovens, Carbolite also offers an extensive range of pilot plant and industrial furnaces and industrial ovens for various heat treatment applications.
The company has developed a unique process for the deterministic production of carbon nanotube (CNT) devices. This process allows Carbon Design Innovations to predictably produce CNTs with specified geometries and properties such as angle and length that offer many benefits for atomic force microscopes.