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    Strem Chemicals, Inc. established in 1964, is a privately–held company that manufactures and markets specialty chemicals of high purity. Its clients include academic, industrial and government...
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    nanoTherics aims to become the leading supplier of IP protected products addressing the field of magnetic nanoparticle research and applications. They are focused on supplying products for...
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    Nikalyte Ltd is a leading supplier of various nanoparticles coatings for R&D and commercialization in a wide variety of application areas including cell binding, cell separation, drug delivery,...
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    Precision induction heating solutions are our specialty. We manufacture high and low power systems for a wealth of specialized applications, including nanoparticle heating. Our approach is to...
  • Article - 3 Sep 2015
    Professor Kevin O'Grady, head of the Magnetic Materials Research Group at the University of York, talks to AZoNano about magneto-thermal heating effects in nanoparticles.
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    US Research Nanomaterials, Inc. is the world leading carbon nanotube producer and provider. This high-tech enterprise focuses on research and development of nanotechnology and supplies metal...
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    Nanostructured & Amorphous Materials Inc. (NanoAmor) was founded in Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, in September 2001. They are a leading nanomaterials company, involved in all aspects of the...
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    Nanoprobes was founded to develop the most sensitive reagents and technology for detecting biological molecules. Our unique gold labeling technology uses chemically cross-linked metal clusters and...
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    Argonne National Laboratory is one of the U.S. Department of Energy's largest research centers. It is also the nation's first national laboratory, chartered in 1946. Argonne is a direct descendant...
  • Article - 12 Jul 2013
    Nanotechnology researchers from the University of York are working on a project called the Nanject - a patch that will be applied to the skin to deliver targeted medication without the use of needles.