A nanobiotechnology company focusing on biochemical engineering, synthesis and surface modification of biocompatible nanoparticles for applications in the field of Life Science, particularly in Regenerative Medicine, Medical Technology, Biosensing and Clean Tech.
Poducers of iron nanoparticles Fe (0), used in technologies applicable in groundwater and surface water purification, due to its remarkable reduction capabilities, small size and high reactivity to a wide range of toxic substances such ultrafine particles remediation.
The company produces iron nanoparticles and also focuses on the development of new environmental applications of Fe(0) nanoparticles, study of their effective stabilization and reactivity with selected pollutants.
Nanograde is a high-tech spin-off company of ETH Zurich. The company
offers the customized synthesis of nanoparticles by a versatile process which is patent protected by ETH Zurich. In addition to customized production of nanoparticles nanograde also offers product or prototype development in the form of projects where nanograde's customers can benefit from the broad nanoparticle application know-how for everyday products that has been generated within the Functional Materials Laboratory in the past few years.
Nanopartz™ is recognized as both an innovator and a quality supplier of gold nanoparticle based products including spherical gold nanoparticles and gold nanorods. Products developed at Nanopartz™ constitute the essential core technology for the life sciences in diagnostics, imaging, and therapeutics. In other fields, Nanopartz™ products are perfectly suited for sensors, solar cells, liquid crystals, non-linear optics, polarizers, negative refractive index materials, standards, and as robust subcomponents in electronics. The company offers products for the researcher as well as the materials manufacturer.
Develops molecular self-assembly processes that allow the controlled synthesis of material structure at the nanometer level and the manufacturing of new materials with designed novel and useful engineering constitutive behaviors.