Nanotechnology Products, Applications & Instruments
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Develops and manufactures proprietary carbon nanotube-based cathode well emitters for e-beam tools.
The company develops nano-crystalline cellulose based products.
The Nano Dimension PCB printer is a highly accurate and versatile inkjet deposition system for printing multi-layer circuit boards. The system's highly conductive silver nano-inks are also available separately.
Nanonics is a nanoscale characterization company that manufactures scanning probe microscopes (SPM) and atomic force microscopes (AFM), with an emphasis on integrating them with other tools such as optical, spectroscopic, and electron microscopes. Among the more popular of these class if tools emerged the scanning optical microscope (NSOM/SNOM) and AFM-Raman microscope.
Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. is a leading global semiconductor equipment manufacturer with solutions and services that are used by 21 of the largest 25 IC manufacturers. Nova's expertise in Thin Film and Optical CD & shape profiling metrology systems are addressing the complex measurement and process control challenges of High Volume Production (HVM) in 300 & 200 mm IC manufacturing, from 90nm to the demanding 45nm and 32nm technology nodes.
The company is commercializing the use of nanoparticles in components and products made from composite materials. SP Nano's patented technology, which includes its proprietary SP1/protein, utilizes genetically engineered proteins to create self-assembly nanostructures with Carbon NanoTubes bound to structural fabrics such as carbon fiber, aramid and glass fiber composites.
StoreDot is a company with a ground-breaking technology, based on its discovery of new generation, self-assembled Nanodots of biological origin. Representing elementary biological building blocks, these multifunctional Nanodots are at the core of several patented innovations by StoreDot, and constitute the future nanotechnology and advanced nano-photonic devices, including smartphones, TV?s, energy storage devices and more.
Valentis' technology combines nanocrystalline cellulose (NCC), a biodegradable, transparent material made from plant pulp waste, with additional nanoparticles to produce highly improved polymeric films.