Prince Lobel's Nanotechnology Practice Group is a multidisciplinary team that offers both strategic and practical advice. Clients working with the Nanotechnology group have access to the full range of our services, including counseling, transactions, and litigation, provided by an integrated team of experienced lawyers.
Maryland NanoCenter has been established as a partnership between two University of Maryland colleges: The A. James Clark School of Engineering and The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences (CMNS, formerly The College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences and The College of Chemical and Life Sciences) with sustaining support from the campus.
The Nanotechnology Institute™ (NTI) is a nationally recognized, 13-member, multi-institutional, non-profit organization whose unique mission is to accelerate nanotechnology commercialization through interdisciplinary translational research from academic laboratories to industry.
The Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology (CNT) Ltd is a nanomaterials innovation, management and technology consulting company based in Cambridge, England.
The CNT Ltd helps companies, universities and government institutions to develop nanomaterials related technology, products, R&D strategy and partnership, intellectual property and market strategies, training and funding.
Harris & Harris Group, Inc., is a publicly traded venture capital firm exclusively focused on investing in companies enabled by nanotechnology and microsystems. With over 30 nanotechnology companies in our portfolio, Harris & Harris Group, Inc., is one of the most active nanotechnology investors in the world. We consider a company to fit our investment thesis if the company employs, intends to employ or enables technology that we consider to be at the microscale, nanoscale or smaller and if the employment of that technology is material to its business plan.