NanoFilm is a leading provider of nanotechnology solutions in Asia, leveraging our proprietary technologies, underpinned by our core competencies in R&D, engineering and production, to provide nanotechnology solutions across a wide range of industries. Our products are services are integral to the smooth functioning of many of the technologies and tools which are essential to our modern life. Our solutions serve as key catalysts enabling our customers to achieve high value-add advancements in their end-products, in an environmentally sustainable manner.
NanoCellulose materials and applications
We implement cost-effective innovative nanotechnology processing in the conversion of agricultural wastes into novel bio-nanomaterials (NanoCellulose), which can be applied as value adding sustainable additives to targeted industrial sectors.
biotechnology, nanotechnology, material science
The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering uses biological design principles to develop new engineering innovations that will transform medicine and create a more sustainable world.
BNNT Technology Limited
Boron Nitride Nanotubes
BNNT, LLC is a startup company based in Newport News, Virginia that has been established to manufacture BNNTs for scientific investigations, commercial product R&D, and commercial products. Key staff members include the developers who invented the new processes.
Synthesis technologies licensed by BNNT, LLC, were developed jointly by NASA’s Langley Research Center, the U. S. Department of Energy’s Jefferson Lab (managed and operated by Jefferson Science Associates, LLC), and the National Institute of Aerospace, a non-profit research and graduate education institute formed by a consortium of major universities that serves as a strategic partner of NASA and the aerospace community.
Coatings, Vacuum Technology
Nanofilm’s Headquarters is located in Singapore (NTI) with two subsidiaries in Shanghai, People's Republic of China (NVC and NRET) and one in Tokyo Japan (NTJL). There are currently 1200 employees.
As an advanced Vacuum Coating Technology Company, Nanofilm is currently involved in a wide range of industries from data storage application to cutting tools, molds, mobile accessories and many more. Whether it is in performance or cosmetics, the quality of the products and production costs has been significantly reduced through our technology.
Nanoscience Instruments is a full solution provider for development and characterization of micro to nanoscale materials. Our team of scientists and engineers are passionate about finding solutions to the most complex problems. We support innovation and quality assurance for partners in academia, government and industry. Our staff is trained to provide support in diverse applications in a fast, responsive manner. We are committed to your success.
Moorfield was created to provide services in vacuum technology primarily to the academic research market. While the initial service and retrofit side of the business is still important for ongoing customer communication and feedback, the company has now grown to supply products manufactured in-house.
Our vacuum deposition range is aimed at pilot-scale industrial production and high-end educational institutions. System designs involve extensive modularity, leading to flexible solutions ideal for R&D environments where changing technical requirements are common. The range consists of starter platforms that can then be populated with numerous component sets for deposition of metals, inorganics and organics. Systems can be built as standalone units, or can be combined with gloveboxes when air sensitivity is an issue.
Recently, Moorfield have directed R&D toward chemical vapour deposition (CVD) systems that allow for easy production of the ‘wonder materials’ graphene and carbon nanotubes (CNTs). These developments have attracted government funding and have been aided by consultation with expert academic researchers. The systems are capable of scalable, cost-efficient synthesis of high-quality material through the implementation of growth schemes deemed critical for future commercialisation of carbon nanomaterials.
Illinois Material Research Laboratory
In 1963, amid life-changing scientific advances, researchers at the University of Illinois were inspired to create the Materials Research Laboratory (MRL). The MRL’s main investors at the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the United States Atomic Energy Commission had great interest in seeing a speedy completion to the building, which would ultimately give professors and students the space and resources to advance their own scientific achievements.
Nano One Materials Corp.
Battery, Nanostructure, Material Science,
Nano One is a technology company with a scalable industrial process for producing low cost high performance energy storage materials for batteries and a wide range of advanced nanostructured composite materials. This novel three-stage process uses equipment common to industry and is being engineered for high volume production and rapid commercialization. Nano One has 6 US and 6 International patents pending.
Our management and technology teams consist of individuals seasoned in financing, capital growth, technology management, chemistry, materials science, batteries, process engineering and intellectual property.
LSP Industrial Ceramics Inc
Ceramics, Glass, Concrete,
LSP Industrial Ceramics is a manufacturing and stocking distributor of both technical and industrial ceramics. We carry a vast inventory of tubes, scrapers, bushings, and other products. We also offer custom parts. With access to our unfired materials, we can assure that LSP Industrial has the flexibility to supply you with the part you need. Because we have our own inventory of materials we can also say that you will get your custom parts faster than anywhere else. This is due to bypassing the diamond grinding and hard tooling phase.
The London Centre for Nanotechnology is a UK-based multidisciplinary enterprise operating at the forefront of science and technology. Our purpose is to solve global problems in information processing, healthcare, energy and the environment through the application of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Founded in 2003, the LCN began as a joint venture between University College London and Imperial College London, based at the Bloomsbury and South Kensington sites; from 2018 King's College London joined the collaboration from its base on The Strand.
The LCN occupies a purpose-built eight storey facility in Gordon Street, Bloomsbury (opened in 2006) as well as extensive facilities within different departments at South Kensington and The Strand. The Centre’s experimental research is supported by leading edge modelling, visualisation and theory through its access to state-of-the-art clean-room, characterisation, fabrication, manipulation and design laboratories.
The Centre has a unique operating model that accesses and focusses the combined skills of all three universities across several key departments; Chemistry, Physics, Materials, Medicine, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biochemical and Biomedical Engineering and Earth Sciences.
LMGP - Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique
Material Science, Physics, Nanomaterials, Thin Films, Bionanotechnology
The Materials and Physical Engineering Laboratory (Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique, LMGP) is a research laboratory in materials science and materials for biomedical engineering.