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    Applied Nanoscience Inc. is the owner of a growing Intellectual Property platform - NEFT™ (NanoFense™ particles – Enhanced – Filtration - Technology). The company...
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    MiniFAB is a research and prototyping facility for companies wanting to take their development beyond proof of concept and into early-stage manufacturing. The company was founded by the specialist...
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    Omniyo Pte Ltd was established in 2011 to bring together the latest advancements in nanoscience technology for the masses as a product and/or service that is affordable and practical. One of...
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    Bio-Gate equips materials and surfaces in all areas where a high level of hygiene is needed with its antimicrobial agents, consisting out of elemental silver, to protect them against bacteria and...
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    Based out of Singapore, Altimate EnviroCare Services Pte Ltd is a company that specialises in the protection of both indoor as well as outdoor environments whilst utilising products that are not only...
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    Commencing in 2013, Sonovia began its mission by fostering the global rights for development concerning a revolutionary sonochemical coating methodology designed at the prestigious Bar Ilan University...
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    Kastus® is an Award-Winning surface innovation company founded in 2014 with global headquarters and manufacturing based in Ireland. Our patented range of antimicrobial coatings are designed to...
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    NanoLogix technology is used to design and market diagnostic test kits for use in early detection of bacteria and other microorganisms present in infectious and noninfectious human diseases,...
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    Green Earth Nano Science Inc. (GENS) is structured as a Canadian corporation with Head Office located in Toronto Canada. GENS is one of the first of a new class of companies specialized as...
  • Article - 2 Apr 2008
    Current antibacterial drugs might become ineffective in the near future due to a phenomenon called pharmacoresistance. In this article vancomycinmodified tips were used to measure the forces and...