Nanolab, Inc is a private company categorized under Carbon Specialties for Electrical Use. We manufacture carbon nanotubes and develop nanoscale devices. NanoLab was founded in January 2000. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts (was in Newton, Massachusetts).
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At Nano-C's core is an energy and environmentally efficient combustion-based process technology invented at MIT by Nano-C Founder and MIT Professor Emeritus, Jack B. Howard. Nano-C is the exclusive developer and owner of the advanced II-G technology which has enabled Nano-C to be a leader in the efficient production of high-quality fullerenic materials including C60, C70, C84 and fullerene black. Nano-C's II-G technology offers an order-of-magnitude improvement in performance when compared to its 1st-generation technology licensed to a Japanese company in 2001.
Evolved Nanomaterial Sciences, Inc. is an emerging innovator in the field of chiral separations science.We have developed a number of unique and powerful technologies for the resolution of chiral molecules. ENS enables previously unattainable molecular separations, delivers unprecedented selectivity and scalability, and dramatically simplifies the research and analysis process. We have already expanded the chemical range of chiral chromatography to include low molecular weight compounds, commonly used in chiral synthesis, crystallographic resolution and analysis.
The goal of the Center for Scalable and Integrated NAno Manufacturing (SINAM), an NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center, is to establish a new manufacturing paradigm that integrates an array of new nano-manufacturing technologies. Founded in 2003, SINAM brings together an exceptional team of scientists and engineers from University of California Los Angeles, University of California Berkeley, Stanford University, University of California San Diego, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and HP Labs.