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Forest and Paper Products

Melodea Ltd.
Melodea Ltd.
Faculty of Agriculture The Hebrew University Rehovot P.O.Box 12 Rehovot 7612001 Israel

Melodea Ltd. is pioneering the development of an economically viable industrial process for the extraction of Nano Crystalline Cellulose (known as NCC or CNC) from the sludge of the paper industry. Moreover, we develop unique technologies to assemble the NCC into ecologically friendly foams as well as enhancement of strength and other properties of materials such as: bio-packaging, paper, acrylic glues and paints.

Sepro Membranes, Inc.
Sepro Membranes, Inc.
4115 Avenida de la Plata Oceanside, CA 877-737-7676 USA

Sepro is a manufacturer of sheet membranes, spiral-wound membrane elements, and associated equipment. We are an experienced team of professional engineers and scientists whose average involvement in the membrane industry exceeds 20 years.
We offer thirty-seven proprietary membranes with a choice of backing materials to suit both mainstream and niche separation applications. We pride ourselves in providing quick response, short delivery times, and the flexibility to manufacture custom products.

Forest Products Laboratory
Forest Products Laboratory
One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI 53726 USA

- Located in Madison, Wisconsin, since 1910
- Nation's only federally funded wood utilization research laboratory
- Currently employs 60 Research Scientists
- Primarily or partly responsible for many of today's wood-based technologies, including wood preservatives, glulam beams, oriented strandboard, and fiber-based packaging
- Research partnerships located in virtually every state in the Nation
- Reduced timber demand for railroad ties by 75% through preservatives research
- Increased average lumber yield per log from 25% to 60%

Nanotechnology Industries Association
Nanotechnology Industries Association
101 Avenue Louise Brussels, 1050 Belgium

The Nanotechnology Industries Association, NIA, is the sector-independent, responsible voice for the industrial nanotechnologies supply chains.

The NIA supports the ongoing innovation and commercialisation of the next generation of technologies and promotes their safe and reliable advancement.

The nanotechnology industries are made up of many varied companies all at different stages of their life cycle and with a variety of interests in the huge range of technologies that derive their benefit from the nanoscale.

Ynvisible
Ynvisible
Rua Mouzinho de Albuquerque, 7 Cartaxo, 2070-104 Portugal

Ynvisible’s main goal is to integrate electrochromic displays on a variety of materials, turning them into interactive screens at a disruptively low cost. The company has already successfully developed prototypes and is ready to advance to the next stage of industrialization using patent-pending technologies.

This new generation of displays will have four fundamental advantages over traditional displays:

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