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    Nanopac specializes in photo catalytic/functionalized materials, processing technology for powders, coatings and composites, control of surface modification, analysis/evaluation/optimization of...
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    Y-Carbon is a nanotechnology start-up company based in King of Prussia, PA. As a spin off from the A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, Y-Carbon has obtained...
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    The National Graphene Association is the main organization and body in the U.S. advocating and promoting the commercialization of graphene. NGA is focused on addressing critical issues such as policy...
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    Apex Nanomaterials is a leading nanoscience and nanotechnology company founded in San Diego in late 2003 to enable the Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNTs) to become a building block in a multitude...
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    RASIRC develops products that purify and deliver ultra pure liquids and gases, with a primary focus on water vapor. RASIRC steam generators, humidifiers, and dryers are of critical importance...
  • Article - 1 Oct 2009
    Heterogeneous photocatalysis involves the use of a semi-conducting material which can be excited by the absorption of light.
  • Article - 4 Mar 2010
    This article outlined how nanotechnology is being used for water purification. In particular it focuses on biofouling resistant silver-polysulfone composite membrane.
  • Article - 7 Oct 2009
    Recent progress in nanotechnology has enabled the development of a filter material capable of removing viruses and bacteria more efficiently than conventional ultraporous filters, and capable of...
  • Article - 12 Apr 2005
    Space life support systems can benefit from using nanotechnology processes and nanomaterials. Sensors, electronic noses, gas sensors, sensor arrays and chemometric pattern recognition are all...
  • Article - 7 May 2004
    Trauma doctors may one day have a new weapon against drug overdoses: “nanocapsules” that sponge up the drugs and render them harmless. Posted March 30 2004