Research in Colloid and Interface Science is widely covered by four Departments: Biomaterials, Colloid Chemistry, Interfaces and Theory. Current research topics are polymeric films, membranes, micro-...
Nadetech Innovations is a company specialized in the development of laboratory equipment. Our goal is providing the required instruments or technical support to scientists and engineers for the...
The Nano Pulp and Paper LLC is a spin-off company of Louisiana Tech University and provides a number of services, such as customized nano-coated pulps, nano-coating of paper and other wood...
Ted Pella, Inc. is a manufacturer and distributor of high quality consumables, supplies and specimen preparation tools for all disciplines in science and industry, including:
Nyacol Inc. was founded in 1969 in Ashland, MA. After being acquired by the PQ Corporation in 1981, we became privately held in October of 1999 and were renamed Nyacol Nano Technologies, Inc. at that...
Orica Australia is a publicly owned Australian chemical company. The company has operations in mining services, agricultural chemicals, consumer products and chemicals. For over 10 years,...
Making Metallic Nanoparticles an Industrial Reality
MetNano has been created to develop and exploit large scale production of metallic nanoparticles. Our patented chemistries in combination...
Positioned in Pudong New District, Shanghai - the international science, technology
and financial center of China, Shanghai Huzheng Nanotechnology Co., Ltd. was
established by members of...
Experiments performed under microgravity conditions can help researchers find out more about the formation of nanoparticles in plasmas. The article considers research on plasma crystals using an...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=1129 | 4 Mar 2005
An EU partnership research project called PROFORM has been launched with the aim of investigating how the process sectors and their client industries can incorporate nanoparticles into future...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=1122 | 2 Mar 2005