Oak Ridge National Laboratory is home to the Department of Energy’s (DOE) new Carbon Fiber Technology Facility (CFTF)—a 42,000 sq. ft. innovative technology facility. The CFTF offers a highly flexible, highly instrumented carbon fiber line for demonstrating advanced technology scalability and producing market-development volumes of prototypical carbon fibers, and serves as the last step before commercial production scale.
The InterNano Directory of Experts and Organizations is a listing of both researchers and research organizations that are engaged in nanomanufacturing.
The main focus of the Hinestroza Research Group is to explore the interface between the technologically established and mature field of textile science and the emerging and revolutionary field of nanoscale science. The textile industry was the first beneficiary of the scientific developments from the 18th century's industrial revolution while nanoscale science and nanotechnology emerged at the end of the 21st century.
EastGate Pharmaceuticals produces and distributes innovative and healthy nutraceuticals that are based on natural therapies and absorbed naturally by the body.
EastGate Pharmaceuticalstials develops products in which the active components are incorporated into vehicles containing nano-sized delivery vectors, including: oil droplets (nanoemulsions), polymeric particles (nanoparticles), and the combination of polymers and lipids with surfactants (hybrid nanoparticles, nanocapsules, mixed micelles).
AT is an innovative company that specializes in providing nanofiber products.
Our vision is to be the leading nanofiber based products provider dedicated to produce the best value products to meet customers’ demand.We will achieve sustainable grow through innovation and commitment to quality.
Our products focus on the innovation, quality and value to continuously improve the quality of life.
Nano-optics research group at the University of Central Florida led by Dr. Debashis Chanda, a professor with a joint appointment in UCF's NanoScience Technology Center (NSTC) and College of Optics and Photonics (CREOL).
Thin-film solar cells, study of light-matter interactions in artificially structured metal/dielectric structures (metamaterials, plasmonic nanostructures), transformation optics for display/camouflage, printed optics/opto-electronics components, strong coupling between photonic and plasmonic resonances, biological/chemical sensors.
SkySpring Nanomaterials is a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of nanoparticles, nanopowders, micron powders, and CNTs (carbon nanotubes) in small quantity for research and in bulk order for industry groups. Our expertise in the properties, applications and various manufacturing processes of advanced and engineered materials allows us to meet the needs of our customers.
Founded in 2014, Advano is a nanoparticle manufacturing and processing company that will disrupt the way nanoparticles are currently made. Advano features an innovative 4-in-1 step nanoparticle manufacturing process that is rapid, simple, efficient and highly scalable. The functionalized nanoparticles produced by Advano's process are high quality and are produced more affordably than current market price.
Kemlab customizes electronic material formulations for the specific applications of customers.
We specialize in photoresist, ancillaries, and alternate coating technologies.
- Design new photoresist and ancillaries
- Modify commercially available photoresist
- Optimize film thickness, optical absorbance, photospeed, lithographic profiles, etc.
- Offer small volumes
The Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) explores the unique properties of materials and processes at the nanoscale. The CFN is a user-oriented research center whose mission is to be an open facility for the nanoscience research community and advance the science of nanomaterials that address the nation's energy challenges.
Powering a New Generation of Smarter, Fully Flexible Consumer Electronics
Founded in 2010 as a spinout from Professor Zhenan Bao’s chemical engineering laboratory at Stanford University, C3nano is the developer of the solution-based, transparent conductive inks and films as direct replacements for indium tin oxide (ITO).