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    Melstream Industries introduces molecular nanotechnology to the water treatment industry. By incorporating nanotechnology in the production of water conditioning media, Melstream Industries is...
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    Founded in 1995, Aspen Technologies is a world-class advanced-packaging service provider, developing and manufacturing products for many leading IC, MEMS, biomedical, start-up companies and military...
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    ht micro was founded in spring 2003. We have an experienced management team and a complete in-house micro-fabrication facility. Our world class technology was developed over the past 18 years at the...
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    First Nano launched the EasyTube® System in early November 2001. Various academic research centers, industry leaders, and government research labs worldwide have purchased the system and are...
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    Applied Sciences, Inc. (ASI) is a small corporation located in Cedarville, Ohio. ASI specializes in the research and development of advanced materials and their applications. ASI is one of the leaders...
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    ht micro was founded in spring 2003. We have an experienced management team and a complete in-house micro-fabrication facility. Our world class technology was developed over the past 18 years at the...
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    COLANDIS GmbH is a leading designer and manufacturer of custom-engineered cleanroom solutions for all branches of industry relying on cleanroom technology. Its capabilities profile ranges from...
  • Article - 4 Dec 2003
    Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have found that by twisting carbon nanotubes they will act as miniature springs for use in nanoscale devices. Posted March 6 2003
  • Article - 25 Jul 2005
    Semiconducting oxide nanobelts (or nanoribbons) have unique properties which make them very appealing to manufacturers of sensors, transistors and other electronic devices. Industry uses for...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2003
    Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, have made single-crystal zinc oxide helical structures or nanosprings. They have piezoelectric properties and show promise for biomedical...