AZANO is a privately held company nestled between the banks of the Rio Grande River and the base of the Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque, NM. AZANO is focused on providing the essential research tools to the scientific community that will accelerate biomedical discovery and ultimately improve human health. AZANO is committed to providing quality tools that the international research community expects and demands; thus, we encourage and welcome input from our valued customers.
The InterNano Directory of Experts and Organizations is a listing of both researchers and research organizations that are engaged in nanomanufacturing.
Manhattan Scientifics, Inc. (OTCQB: MHTX), is focused on commercialization of technologies in the nano-medicine space. The company works among the brilliant minds and groundbreaking ideas in the fertile ground of New Mexico – home to two national laboratories, and one of the nation’s highest concentrations of PhD scientists. These technologies are scientifically advanced, but are rarely ready for commercialization.
The Notre Dame Nanofabrication Facility provides a comprehensive suite of state-of-the-art equipment for designing and manufacturing integrated circuits and devices with geometries of a few nanometers. NDNF researchers—which include internal and external academic and corporate clients—explore a wide range of materials and processes, including silicon-related electronic devices, compound semiconductors, zinc selenide nanowires, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and organic polymer-based materials.
NanoHybrids develops nanoparticle contrast agents for Photoacoustics, Optical Imaging, Microscopy, Molecular Diagnostic and Theranostic applications.
As nanotechnology rapidly expands into the realms of medicine, there is an unmet need for “smart” nanoparticles capable of homing in on diseased tissue while leaving healthy cells intact. When targeted to specific biomarkers, these nanoparticles can provide critical information about the biology of the disease in the context of the anatomy both in vitro and in vivo.
TESCAN is one of the global suppliers of scientific instruments. The company is building its reputation and brand name in the field of designing and manufacturing scanning electron microscopes and system solutions for different applications.
The company is focused on research, development and manufacturing of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment such as:
Carbodeon is a privately owned Nordic company with corporate headquarters in Helsinki, Finland.
Carbodeon NanoMaterial manufacturing is located in Vantaa, Finland, together with an R&D and an applications laboratory which serves in-house and customer projects.
Carbodeon develops and manufactures uDiamond® nanodiamonds, Nicanite® graphitic carbon nitride powders, and Nicanite® composite PVD targets.
Founded in 2008, Nanotronics Imaging is a high-tech, cutting edge, microscopy and software company delivering rapid testing and analysis solutions to sectors ranging from materials science, and semiconductors to life science and medicine. Nanotronics Imaging nearly quadrupled business in 2012 offering tremendous value and efficiency to inspection systems in the semiconductor sphere. The nSPEC® delivers crisp images, rapid results, accurate quantification and categorization of defect size, characteristic, placement, distribution and others.
Rudolph Technologies, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the design, development, manufacture and support of defect inspection, advanced packaging lithography, process control metrology, and data analysis systems and software used by microelectronic device manufacturers worldwide.
Cima NanoTech developed the patented SANTE® Technology, a nanoparticle dispersion that self-assembles into a random mesh-like network pattern when coated onto substrates. This unique proprietary formula provides both outstanding electrical conductivity and excellent light transmission enabling transparent conductors for a multitude of applications like EMI shielding, transparent heating, touch, photovoltaic, OLED lighting and other flexible displays.
We are interested in the areas of micro and nano-manufacturing, functional nanomaterials, and device design and fabrication for micro/nanosystems. Individual nanomaterials exhibit superior electronic, mechanical, and optical properties compared to their bulk counterpart, but when assembled into a device or system, their salient features are often compromised due to the lack of a suitable fabrication process. One of our research foci is to develop scalable nanomanufacturing technology to place nanomaterials, especially 1D nanomaterials (e.g.