CPI is the driving force behind a number of the North East's strategic R&D initiatives. Each of CPI' programmes focuses on bringing cutting edge technology research to the region, which can be...
NIL Technology is a nanotechnology company located in Kongens Lyngby, Denmark. NIL Technology is engaged in the fabrication of stamps for nanoimprint lithography (NIL), performing nanoimprint...
Miniature Tool & Die, Inc. designs and manufactures microscopic medical devices in a precision cleanroom facility in Massachusetts. MTD is one of only two micro moldmaking companies in the U.S....
Microsaic is a high technology company developing and marketing next generation analysers based on Ionchip technology.
Microsaic was formed in 2001 with technology developed at Imperial College...
Boston Micromachines Corporation produces micro-machined deformable mirrors for optical wavefront control. Our continuous and segmented deformable mirrors (DMs) offer unparalleled optical performance...
Leti is an institute of CEA, a French research-and-technology organization with activities in energy, IT, healthcare, defence and security. Leti is focused on creating value and innovation through...
Elmarco Ltd. is expanding dynamically through it's commitment to the production
of high-tech solutions for the nanofiber and semiconductor industries. Since
its foundation in 2000, Elmarco has...
Fritsch is one of the internationally leading manufacturers of application-oriented laboratory instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing.
Here a short view of the Fritsch...
The use of Cabot Corp's Nanogel translucent aerogel material in windows and skylights has been shown to provide high light transmission and superior thermal performance. Posted June 28 2004
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=1031 | 12 Aug 2004
The Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory could change the way advanced ceramic materials are developed. They havre published a paper that includes atom-scale images which could hold...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=780 | 20 Apr 2004