The primary goal of Graphene Laboratories, Inc., located in Calverton, NY, is to apply fundamental science and technology to bring functional graphene materials and devices to market. The company was founded by a group of experts in the field of nanomaterials, who possess extensive experience in the characterization of structural and electronic properties of graphene, as well as deep fundamental and practical knowledge of processing graphene-based materials.
Materials and Chemical Industries and Green Manufacturing
Nanogate is the leading international integrated systems provider high-performance surfaces. Our demands are high: We aim to increase the added value of our customers and enable a competitive edge. We are known for our state-of-the-art standards in technology and speed in implementation.
Eclipse is focused on the advancement of nano-thin film techniques and related equipment technology to solve challenges encountered by select customers.
Eclipse combines a unique blend of scientific and engineering expertise with common sense solutions for a broad range of terrestrial and space based applications.
With an installation base of over 850 systems worldwide, Heidelberg Instruments is a world leader in the production of high-precision photolithography systems and maskless aligners. Due to their flexibility, these systems are used in research, development and industrial applications for direct writing and photomask production by some of the most prestigious universities and industry leaders. Applications include MEMS, BioMEMS, nanotechnology, ASICS, TFT, plasma displays, micro optics and others.
- 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%
The Microproducts Breakthrough Institute is a unique collaboration between Oregon State University and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory focused on the development and commercialization of microchannel-based technologies for energy, medical, environmental and national security applications. Formed in 2003, the MBI model is to include academic, federal laboratory and industrial researchers in the same facility and to support the researchers with unique fabrication, modeling and testing capabilities tailored to the development of microchannel devices.