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    Verimetra makes medical instruments "smart" and manufacturers miniature thin film sensors used in medical applications that involve very small high end catheters. The Company designs and...
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    SiO2 Nanotech, LLC was incubated in March 2010, from SiO2 Associates, an informal partnership.SiO2 Nanotech takes technology from the laboratory to fabrication! They insert patented technologies into...
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    Haemonetics is a global company engaged in the design, manufacture and worldwide marketing of automated blood processing systems. These systems address important medical markets: surgical blood...
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    Biophan develops and markets cutting-edge technologies for the medical device industry. The Company's goals are to develop biomedical devices capable of safely working with magnetic resonance imaging...
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    PlasmaChem GmbH was founded 1993 in Mainz. In 2005 the company moved from Mainz to Berlin and is now located in the district Adlershof - the "City of Science and Media" —...
  • Article - 10 Aug 2010
    Nanotechnological engineering, yet an infant in its growth is the promise of the future. Its developments bring with it the potential to completely revolutionize conventional sciences, providing an...
  • Article - 13 Nov 2007
    Nanotechnology is a fascinating science for many scientists as it offers them many challenges. One such challenge is Nanorobots, which once thought to be a fantasy has come into reality now. The...
  • Article - 31 May 2004
    Bjorn Timmer from the University of Twente has developed a lab-on-a-chip device that will detect ammonia in human breath which can be an indicator of a bacterial infection in the stomach. Posted May...
  • Article - 19 Apr 2004
    The University of Tokyo's Hirao Laboratory will soon be home to a computer system specifically designed for theoretical research and development on nano and bio materials. Posted April 13 2004
  • Article - 16 Apr 2004
    Tiny "nanotubes" that assemble themselves using the same chemistry as DNA could be ideal for creating better artificial joints and other body implants. Posted April 13 2004