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    Surfactis Technologies was founded in August 2004 as a spin-off from INSERM unit 646, in order to provide industrial partners with innovative solutions for surface functionalization. Surfactis...
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    Haydale, a wholly owned subsidiary of Haydale Graphene Industries plc, is a global leader in facilitating the commercial application of graphenes. Haydale’s patented plasma technology is a...
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    NanoScape is a leading provider of porous, nanocrystalline materials and develops specialised product applications for today's hi-tech markets. We enable our customers to establish competitive...
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    Zyvex is the first molecular nanotechnology company. They carry out scientific breakthroughs into key commercial applications in the areas of Materials, Tools and Structures. Zyvex has...
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    Carbon Solutions is the company that put the "C" in carbon nanotubes – where "C" stands for chemistry. Just as in the case of the fullerenes, the scientific investigation of...
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    Interface Sciences Corporation handles the commercialization of the extraordinary patented SAMs technology. This technology provides surface functionalization and tailorability of Nanomaterials thru...
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    PlasmaChem GmbH was founded 1993 in Mainz. In 2005 the company moved from Mainz to Berlin and is now located in the district Adlershof - the "City of Science and Media" — Germany´s leading science and...
  • Article - 2 Jun 2010
    Inverse gas chromatography or IGC was used to measure the surface energy of multi-walled nanotubes (MWNT) and nanoclay particles. These values were then used to predict the performance of a...
  • News - 3 Aug 2012
    A research team comprising Chris Ackerson from the Colorado State University and Hannu Häkkinen from the University of Jyväskylä’s Nanoscience Center, has performed the first structural atomistic...
  • News - 19 Aug 2010
    Scientists at JGU have devised a tool which allows fully reversible binding of metal oxides to inorganic nanotubes Inorganic chalcogenide (WS2) nanotubes have shown revolutionary chemical and...