Strem Chemicals, Inc. established in 1964, is a privately–held company that manufactures and markets specialty chemicals of high purity. Its clients include academic, industrial and government research and development laboratories as well as commercial scale businesses in the pharmaceutical, microelectronic and chemical / petrochemical industries. Strem also provides custom synthesis (including high pressure synthesis) and cGMP manufacturing services.
NIMS is Japan's sole National Research and Development Agency specializing in materials science. NIMS is charged with basic research and development of materials science, and to advance the level of expertise in the field.
The Penn Regional Nanotechnology Facility (PRN) is a full-service center equipped with a wide range of state-of-the-art instrumentation for materials analysis. Nanoscale characterization of polymers, ceramics, composites, metals, electronics, and thin films is conducted using scanning, transmission, and scanning-transmission electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes, and ion scattering techniques.
ANI was Incorporated in April 2009, with the purpose of providing unique solutions to the development of low-cost, monodisperse thermoplastic nanocomposite materials. ANI is located at the IDCAST Center in Dayton, Ohio.
Applied Nanoinfusion, Inc. (ANI) develops and manufactures nanocomposites based on patented nanoinfusion technology, enabling the production of polymer nanocomposites in three simple steps.
At Kelvin Nanotechnology Ltd we provide nanofabrication solutions. We specialize in high resolution, large area, multilevel electron beam lithography for applications such as transistor gate writing, imprint masks, optical elements, photonic crystals, nanotextured surfaces and many more.
We assemble structures and chemistries at all length scales on flat, curved, smooth, and uneven surfaces made of a broad range of materials, including metals, polymers, oxides, and ceramics. We assemble these structures and chemistries over small and large areas, and integrate these into practical two- and three-dimensional systems and devices.