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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...
  • Article - 7 May 2004
    AXcess News released a story covering the latest breakthroughs in nanotechnology and some of the companies’ investors should be watching. Posted April 26 2004
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    Elkington and Fife LLP is a leading firm of patent and trade mark attorneys dealing with all areas of technology.  The firm has offices in Central London and Sevenoaks, Kent. Elkington and Fife...
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    We are a technology company focused on magnetic sensor applications. The company began over 10 years ago researching and developing nano-magnetic random access memory (MRAM) which evolved into its’...
  • Article - 2 Aug 2005
    This article discusses how nanomaterials and nanoparticles are increasingly being used in magnetic fluids and in magnetic media applications.
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    NVE develops and sells devices using "spintronics," a nanotechnology we helped pioneer, which utilizes electron spin rather than electron charge to acquire, store and transmit information. We...
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    The Birck Nanotechnology Center opened in July of 2005. This $58 million facility comprises 187,000 square feet, providing office space for 45 faculty, 21 clerical and technical staff, and up to 180...
  • Article - 29 Aug 2005
    Gaining ownership of the Intellectual Property (IP) rights of their innovative work can be the biggest barrier faced by nanotechnology start-ups. How the struggle to gain control over nanotechnology...
  • News - 20 Feb 2013
    For the first time, researchers have designed a special material interface that has been shown to add to and to improve the functioning of non-silicon-based electronic devices, such as those used in...
  • News - 30 Aug 2007
    Just as compact discs all but wiped out vinyl records, semiconductors could be on their way out, too. A University of Houston professor has developed a similar ‘disruptive technology,’...