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    nGimat Co. is a leading nanoengineered materials provider of customized and affordable solutions to critical business needs headquartered in Atlanta, GA. By working closely with customers to define...
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    We manufacture nanoparticles of consistent quality and homogeneous size. We have the capacity to process these particles into innovative products and to control the size of the individual particles...
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    ISSI has pioneered the development of several laser diagnostic tools for flow visualization and measurement. Our researchers are specialized in obtaining simultaneous, instantaneous data using...
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    Advanced Fuel Research, Inc. (AFR) celebrated its twentieth anniversary in early 2000. The Company currently has 14 full-time employees and 14,000 sq. ft. of office and laboratory space. Click on the...
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    TSI Incorporated designs and manufactures precision instruments used to measure flow, particulate, and other key parameters in environments the world over. TSI serves the needs of industry,...
  • Article - 13 Jan 2004
    Power & Energy, Inc. (P&E) has been selected for a Phase II SBIR contract award by the Department of Defense's (DOD) Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The program is entitled "A Novel...
  • Article - 13 Jan 2004
    Power & Energy, Inc. (P&E), have hired two additional scientists to focus on P&E's production of their next-generation hydrogen separation membranes to be used in Fuel Cell applications. Posted...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2004
    Platinum nanoparticles possess an unusual property that may be useful for manufacturing new substances and the development of materials, according to new research. Posted March 2 2004
  • Article - 25 Nov 2003
    In an attempt to understand why ruthenium sulfide is so good at removing sulfur impurities from fuels, scientists have succeeded in making a model of this catalyst — nanoparticles supported on an...
  • Article - 5 Nov 2003
    Researchers from MIT and the Laboratory for Energy and the Environment are using technologies at an atomic level to investigate how sulphur in vehicle emissions is causing catalytic converters to not...