Nanotechnology Companies

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Altimate EnviroCare “… photo-catalyst and ion exchange products capable of destroying microbial, mould, fungi and odour.”

21st Century NanoTechnologies Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT)

3DM Inc. “PuraMatrix, 3DM’s innovative and award-winning family of biocompatible hydrogels … nano-scale properties, synthetic origin, rigorously-tested biocompatability, stability and ease-of-use yield superior cell cultures, with applications in drug discovery, cancer and cell biology, toxicity screening, stem cell therapeutics and tissue engineering.”

3rdTech Maker of the NanoManipulator

A123 Systems “… developer of a new generation of Lithium-Ion batteries that revolutionizes the way manufacturers design high power products. Founded in 2001, A123Systems proprietary nanoscale electrode technology is built on initial developments from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.”

A&A Company “Thermal spray coatings and nano thermal spray coating using custom designed metal, ceramic, cermet and hard faced materials.”

Ablynx “… a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of Nanobodies to treat a range of serious human diseases. Nanobodies are a novel class of antibody-derived therapeutic proteins.”

Abraxis Oncology “The proprietary drug division of American Pharmaceutical Partners. … dedicated to improving treatments for patients with cancer.” Maker of Abraxane – paclitaxel protein-bound nano-particles for injectable suspension.

Abtech Scientific “… a biomedical diagnostics company that delivers biosensor devices, biosensor instruments and biosensor systems to the biomedical research community and the point of concern biomedical diagnostics market.”

AccuFLEX Golf Company NanoShaft

Acrongenomics “… a publicly traded Nanobiotechnology company that specializes in the field of research and development of solutions in the fields of Genomics, Proteomics and Diagnostics.”

AcryMed “… a development and manufacturing company focused on the introduction of novel medical products that help heal wounds or reduce infections.”

Actel Corp. “… award winning single-chip FPGA solutions, including FPGAs based on antifuse and Flash technologies, high-performance intellectual property (IP) cores, integrated software development tools, programming tools, debug and demo boards, and design services.”

Active Optical Networks “… advanced MEMS-based active optical components and subsystems to enhance the performance and wavelength management capabilities of optical networks.”

Admatechs “Spherical shape particulates. Admatechs is a joint venture of Toyota Motor Corp., Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd., Shin-Etsu Quartz Products Co., Ltd., and other firms.”

Advance Nanotech “Operating in three areas, electronics, biopharma and materials, Advance leverages relationships with financial and development resources to enable a product focused, fast-track commercialization of nanotechnology.”

Advanced Battery Technologies “… develops, manufactures and distributes rechargeable polymer lithium-ion (PLI) batteries”

Advanced Fibers & Powders Technology development and advanced material manufacturing.

Advanced Diamond Technologies (ADT) “An early-stage company commercializing a patented technique for making thin films of nanocrystalline diamond. This novel material, which we call Ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD), is a form of natural diamondnot a diamond-like compound. UNCD possesses the material properties of natural diamond in thin film form.”

Advanced Magnetics “… a developer of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles used in pharmaceutical products.”

Advanced Micro Devices Microprocessor Solutions

Advanced Nano Coatings “… a producer of high performance, VOC compliant epoxy coatings.”

Advanced Nano Products (ANP) Manufactures nanocrystalline materials and their chemical precursors for coating and powder processing applications.

Advanced Nano Technologies (ANT) Manufactures of a wide range of ultra fine and nanoscale powders.

Advanced Nanotechnology Limited (Advanced Nano) Manufactures a range of nanopowders and functional products that incorporate nanopowders.

Advanced Powders & Coatings (AP&C) Wholly-owned by Raymor Industries Inc. “… spherical metal powders.”

Advanced Sensor Technologies “… developing and bringing to market a variety of miniature, sensor-based biotechnology devices for research and medical applications.”

Advion BioSciences “… bioanalytical services and nanoelectrospray products.”

Advectus Life Sciences”… an emerging life sciences company focused on the commercialization of a cure for brain cancer. Advectus holds the exclusive worldwide rights including patents to this nanoparticle-based technology for the delivery of approved cancer fighting drugs across the blood-brain barrier for the treatment of brain tumors.”

Aegis Semiconductor “… wavelength-monitoring components and modules that are easily manufactured using proven methods from the semiconductor industry.”

Affymetrix GeneChip(R) technology has become the industry standard in molecular biology research.

Agendia “… developed high-quality methods, using micro-array genetic profiling, for analyzing tumor samples and mapping the tumors specific properties.”

Agere Systems (Formerly the Microelectronics division of Lucent Technologies) The “world leader in sales of communications components. We design, develop and manufacture optoelectronic components for communications networks, and integrated circuits for use in a broad range of communications and computer equipment.”

Agilent “Agilent Technologies is on the leading edge of nearly every major trend in communications and life sciences. From optical and wireless communications to disease and discovery research, Agilent delivers product and technology innovations that benefit millions of people around the world.”

Ahwahnee “… a leader in the mass production of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs), creates high-energy, long-lasting and cost-effective CNT applications for a variety of industries.”

Air Products and Chemicals “… atmospheric gases, process and specialty gases, performance materials and chemical intermediates.”

Aktina Limited “Nano-engineered films for creating stable surface structures.”

Akzo Nobel Coatings/Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals

AlCove Surfaces Medical device technology using special designed ceramic surfaces made of nanoporous aluminium oxide, applications such as local drug delivery or local brachytherapy. And nanostructured surfaces between 20 nm and 300 nm, changing the reflectivity, adhesion, wettability, and other properties.

ALD NanoSolutions “… commercialization strategy is founded on the assertion that new materials will be designed rather than discovered. The compelling opportunity is to identify and synthesize a new set of composite materials which are comprised of common substrates coated with specific material.”

Alien Technology “… has developed, and holds exclusive patent rights to, a manufacturing technology that will dramatically reduce the manufacturing cost of a variety of electronic devices. The technology, called Fluidic Self-Assembly (FSA), permits the efficient assembly of Integrated Circuits into a variety of substrates, from glass to flexible plastic.”

Allegro Technologies “… is a knowledge-based campus company. It has developed outstanding proprietary microdispensing technologies for current and next generation applications in the fields of drug discovery, genomics and analytical/diagnostic instrumentation.”

Allomet Corporation Powered Metals

Almatis Specialty Alumina Materials

Alnair Labs “… established on 29th August 2001 with the aim to provide ultra-short pulse laser systems and solutions based on its unique carbon-nanotubes photonic technology.”

Alnis BioSciences “… a drug development company with a potent, enabling therapeutic platform to treat cancer as well as infectious and inflammatory diseases. Alnis has engineered nanoscopic hydrogels, or NanoGels, comprised of polymers, bioactives, and targeting molecules.”

Altair Nanomaterials A wholly-owned subsidiary of Altair Nanotechnologies Inc. Altair owns a proprietary technology for making nanocrystalline materials of unique quality, economically and in large quantities. The company produces closely-sized nanoparticles of titanium dioxide and related ceramic oxide materials and compounds.

Ambri Biosensor Technology “… pioneering the integration of Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Electronics.”

AMBIT Corporation “… developer of new and enabling technologies in a variety of fields where rapid commercialization is taking place.”

American Elements “… a world leader in commercializing developments in materials science.”

American Dye Source “… is now offering nano materials. These materials can be used for a variety of applications in display devices, security devices and heat reflecting devices.”

American Superconductor “… supplier of dynamic reactive power grid stabilization products and the world’s principal vendor of high temperature superconductor (HTS) wire and large rotating superconductor machinery.”

AMICA Advanced Micro-electronic Center Aachen “Our research is dedicated to silicon process technology with a strong focus on nanolithography.”

AMR Technologies “… develops, manufactures and distributes performance materials.”

Amroy “Our latest product family is Hybtonite-nanoepoxies. Hybtonites can be used in marine, automotive, wind energy and in many industrial applications.”

AMT Coatings “A technological based SME industry which deals with engineering coatings and advanced surface treatments for production of nanomaterials coatings (Electroplating, Electroless Plating, Anodising, PVD, etc.).”

Angstrom Medica “… a life-sciences biomaterials company that harnesses nanotechnology for orthopedic applications.”

ANP Technologies “… develop cutting-edge technology platforms at the nano/bio interface and apply them in market sectors such as diagnostics/biodetection, protein/drug discovery, therapeutics, chem/bio defense, and homeland security.”

Aonex Technologies A subsidiary of Arrowhead Research. “… focused on applying its technology to next-generation solar cells. Ultimately, the company seeks to enable devices with optical, logical, and amplification features on a single substrate.”

AP Materials “Nanopowders and Nanotechnology for Advanced Materials.”

ApNano Materials “… commercializes nanospheres and nanotubes of inorganic compounds discovered at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. These materials are used in microelectronic, semiconductor, aerospace, lubricant and metal working markets.” See funding article for more information.

Applied Materials “… supplier of products and services to the global semiconductor industry.”

Applied Membranes “… a manufacturer and distributor for Reverse Osmosis Membranes, RO Systems and Components, both commercial and residential.”

Applied MicroStructures Surface chemistry and modification.

Applied Nanotech A subsidiary of Nano-Proprietary, Inc. “Currently ANI is in advanced development for the application of electron emitting carbon nanotubes cathodes in a number of areas, including large area color televisions, new lighting devices, x-ray, and microwave generators.”

Applied Sciences, Inc. (ASI) “a nationally recognized Research and Development company specializing in advanced materials and their applications. ASI is located near Dayton, Ohio, and consists of three additional affiliate companies, Pyrograf Products, Inc. (PPI), Nano Graphite Materials (NGM), and Aqua Locator.”

Applied Thin Films (ATFI) “An advanced materials company developing thin film technologies to serve defense, energy, aerospace, and other industrial needs.”

AQUANOVA German Solubilisate Technologies GmbH “As a scientifically orientated company AQUANOVA specialises in the development and production of clear, stable, water-free solubilisates of particles with a micelle structure for further processing in cosmetics, skin care products, pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs and nutritional supplements.”

Arc Flash Corporation Photocatalyst coating material

Argonide A resource manufacturer for high purity nanoparticles, nanoscale ceramic fiber materials, and custom alloys.

Asahi Glass Co. A global materials and components supplier.

Asemblon “… specializing in the emerging field of self-assembling molecules or SAMs.”

Asia Pacific Fuel Cell Technologies “… PEM fuel cells with technologies in stack design and manufacture, system integration and metal hydride hydrogen storage.”

Asklepios BioPharmaceutical “… a biotechnology company engaged in the development and delivery of novel protein and cellular based therapies through design of proprietary Biological Nano Particles (BNP).”

Aspen Aerogels “Using patented technology, Spaceloft and Pyrogel materials combine a silica aerogel with reinforcing fibers to deliver proven thermal performance in the most efficient insulation available.”

Atlas Mining “Halloysite is a high-value clay that sells for more than $400 per ton. Its fine particle size enables halloysite to be used extensively as a suspension agent in glaze preparations. The purity of the clay and the low iron and titania content result in ceramic ware with exceptional whiteness and translucency.”

Authentix “Formed by the merger of Isotag, Biocode and Calyx in 2003, Authentix combines 20 years experience in providing comprehensive services and technology for the prevention of product counterfeiting, brand adulteration and product diversion.”

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BASF BASF is one of the world leaders in the chemical industry, and currently produces several nano-products, such as nanoparticle pigments and nanoscale titanium dioxide particles. See also Nanotechnology at BASF

Baytubes “As a market- and customer-oriented inventor company, Bayer MaterialScience is working closely with Bayer Technology Services to promote the development of this exciting future technology (nanotubes).”

Beijing Nano Sunshine Technology Co. Ltd Nanocor’s regional distributor in China

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BioCrystal “… semiconductor-based, nanocrystalline fluorescent markers for cell and intracellular detection and analysis; therapeutic compounds and procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer; and the very innovative OptiCell , a product that represents a significant step forward in the evolution of cell and tissue culture technology.”

BioForce Nanosciences “… developer of ultra-miniaturized nanoarray technologies for solid-phase, high-throughput biomolecular analysis.”

Biophan Technologies “Biophan is developing technology to make biomedical devices safe, both implanted devices and those used in surgical and diagnostic procedures, and to reduce interference that these devices cause to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) image quality.”

BioTrove “A privately held biotechnology company focused on leveraging revolutionary micro- and nano-scale engineering solutions that improve the efficiency and productivity of drug discovery.”

Blue Pacific “… a leader in new flavor technology.”

Bonderite NT Nanoceramic Technology

Bourne Research “… market intelligence, with a specialized focus on MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems), Nanotechnology, and the convergence of both.”

Brewer Science – Specialty Materials Division “Provides novel polymers and resins for use in MEMS device applications, Image Sensors and Flat Panel Displays.”

BuckyUSA Specialty manufacturer of carbon nanomaterials.

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C Sixty “… a private biopharmaceutical company focusing on the discovery and the development of a new class of therapeutics based on the fullerene molecule …”

Cabot Corporation “… our core businesses: carbon black, fumed metal oxides and tantalum. We’ve also found and developed them into new businesses: inkjet colorants, Nanogel and specialty fluids.”

California Molecular Electronics Corporation “… committed to profitably invent, acquire, assimilate, and utilize intellectual property in the field of molecular electronics to develop and sell quality products based on molecular electronics technology …”

Cambrios Technologies “… mission is to use biological technology to transform the way commercial electronic products are made, expand their impact, and reduce their environmental cost. Cambrios was formed in 2003 to develop commercial applications from the directed-evolution technology invented by the companys founders, Dr. Angela Belcher of MIT and her longtime collaborator, Dr. Evelyn Hu of the University of California at Santa Barbara.”

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