Polyera Corporation is a leading supplier in semiconductor, dielectric, and interfacial materials for the printed and flexible electronics industry. Polyera is focused on developing breakthrough materials for its portfolio of ActivInk™ products and on working closely with customers to provide deep technical support and customized solutions in order to enable the commercialization of novel printed and flexible electronic products.
ClassOne Equipment specializes in providing the highest quality refurbished equipment to the semiconductor, MEMS and nanotechnology industries. We carry a large inventory and our factory-trained technicians provide a complete support cycle, from installation to after sales service. Our singular focus is on giving our customers the quality and reliability they expect at a price they can afford. We take pride in providing consistently reliable tools that our customers can count on every time.
Capovani Brothers Inc. specializes in the purchase, refurbishment and resale of high technology equipment associated with the nanotechnology, semiconductor and MEMS industries. We have been successful in our mission of providing quality used equipment at a great value with fair and honest dealing. Our entire inventory is updated daily and available on the internet at www.capovani.com
Nanolab, Inc is a private company categorized under Carbon Specialties for Electrical Use. We manufacture carbon nanotubes and develop nanoscale devices. NanoLab was founded in January 2000. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts (was in Newton, Massachusetts).
At Nano-C's core is an energy and environmentally efficient combustion-based process technology invented at MIT by Nano-C Founder and MIT Professor Emeritus, Jack B. Howard. Nano-C is the exclusive developer and owner of the advanced II-G technology which has enabled Nano-C to be a leader in the efficient production of high-quality fullerenic materials including C60, C70, C84 and fullerene black. Nano-C's II-G technology offers an order-of-magnitude improvement in performance when compared to its 1st-generation technology licensed to a Japanese company in 2001.