Nanotechnology Products, Applications & Instruments
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ALFT provides unique, patented capability to deliver proven, cost-effective and portable soft X-ray sources facilitating and enabling advancements in the research and development of new applications spanning a broad range of industries; including medical imaging, biotechnology, nanotechnology, genomics, proteomics, and environmental and life sciences.
Angstrom Engineering designs and manufactures PVD equipment with advanced process capabilities for thin film deposition applications. The company specializes in thin film technologies such as thermal evaporation, sputtering, electron beam deposition and ion beam etching.
Applied Nanotools is a nanotechnology SME based in Edmonton, Canada that specializes in fabrication of membrane-based optical chips for X-ray and EUV applications. Our products include high-resolution Fresnel zone plates for X-ray focusing and several X-ray and EUV mask technologies that include nano-gratings and calibration standards. Applied Nanotools also provide state-of-the-art micro and nano-fabrication services to enable fast prototyping and testing of various custom nanotechnology projects. This includes the NanoSOI Process Technology (via CMC Microsystems) for fabricating NEMS and nano-photonic devices.
Supplies high quality, calibration systems for atomic force microscopy imaging.
CelluForce is a joint venture of Domtar Corporation and FPInnovations created to manufacture nanocrystalline cellulose in the world's first plant of its kind, located in Windsor, Quebec. Backed by a patented process, CelluForce develops and markets new applications for nanocrystalline cellulose.
The company has developed a process to utilize nanoscale properties by first functionalizing nanoparticles and then incorporating them into a base material (polymers, metals, ceramics or composites).
CCG is a software company that strives to provide state of the art applications in Drug Discovery to Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Academic researchers.
A leading source of image analysis solutions for quantitative microscopy, Clemex Technologies Inc. provides image analysis systems and image analysis software for quality control and research laboratories. Major corporations around the world in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, automotive, and research use Clemex products.
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.