CeloNova Biosciences, Inc. develops, manufactures and markets a family of products based upon the unique properties of Polyzene®-F; pairing polymer science innovation with cutting edge devices. The Company's products are used by Physician’s across the globe to improve patient outcomes in the fields of vascular intervention and embolization.
XG Sciences manufactures and sells xGnP® brand graphene nanoplatelets and also develops advanced multifunctional materials based on our nanoplatelets. We work with end-users, compounders, universities and research groups to tailor our materials for specific applications.
Pyrograf Products, Inc. (PPI) is one of the leading producers of carbon nanofibers worldwide
PPI focuses on manufacturing high-quality, low-cost carbon nanofibers utilizing the proprietary and patented vapor grown carbon fiber (VGCF) process. Pyrograf-III, developed Applied Sciences, Inc. (ASI), is a versatile vapor grown carbon nanofiber with a wide range of applications.
PPI, the manufacturing affiliate of Applied Sciences, Inc. (ASI) holds the worldwide exclusive license from ASI to produce and sell Pyrograf-III carbon nanofibers.
Applied Sciences, Inc. (ASI) is a small corporation located in Cedarville, Ohio. ASI specializes in the research and development of advanced materials and their applications. ASI is one of the leaders in the development of materials possessing exceptionally high thermal conductivity. Materials currently under development include vapor-grown carbon fibers, diamond thin films, and composites derived there from. In addition to superior thermal performance, these materials possess various other desirable properties, including low cost.
Intezyne offers a new solution to oncologists, who must balance the anti-tumor activity of best-in-class chemotherapeutics with their severe toxicities. Drawing from their expertise in polymer chemistry, the Company’s founders created the IVECT™ Method to limit chemotherapeutics’ anti-tumor activity to within the tumor itself, thereby sparing healthy tissues. To date, the IVECT Method has shown positive preclinical efficacy and safety profiles in multiple cancer models versus best-in-class chemotherapeutic agents.
Fractal Systems Inc. (FSI) was founded in 1997 to conduct cutting edge research and development (R&D) on conductive polymers, nanomaterials and nanocomposites for electronic and electrochemical applications, including sensors and power sources for the Federal Government and Private Sector customers, and to develop commercial products out of this R&D effort. FSI is committed to delivering consistently excellent research and to creating pre-commercial products. FSI presently has 9 employees and operates in Safety Harbor, Florida.
Dais Analytic offers "industry-changing" nanotechnology applications that address the growth of global water and energy demand. Furthering Dais' proven ability to create eco-friendly heating and cooling products, the company is now innovating cost-effective and energy-efficient methods for both water purification and energy storage solutions.
Founded in 1958, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Newark, Delaware, USA. For more than 50 years, Gore has built a worldwide reputation for ethics and integrity in its dealings with customers, suppliers, and employees, and for taking a long-term view when assessing business situations.
Lightwave Logic is the producer of our "Game Changing Next Generation Electro-Optic Material Platform", plastics (polymers). These molecularly engineered "nano-materials" exhibit unprecedented stability and electrooptic susceptibility, breaking open broad new applications and markets in fiberoptic telecom and high-speed computation.
Micromeritics provides a complete line of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment targeted exclusively for areas of application and research involving particle science and particle technology, including the expanding area of nanoscience. Particle size analyzers employ laser diffraction, sedimentation, and electrozone sensing. Physical adsorption and mercury porosimetry instruments determine surface area and porosity. Material density can be determined by gas pycnometry and solids displacement.