A laboratory instrument manufacturing company for life sciences, diagnostics and applied chemical industry.
Amprius is a Fremont, California-based nanotechnology company developing silicon nanowires for lithium-ion batteries and founded by Mark Platshon and Yi Cui.
IBM is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation.
American multinational corporation that manufactures semiconductor chips
Designs and manufactures nanotechnology materials to improve display color performance and batteries
Manufactures chemicals for concrete industry with a focus on clean concrete materials.
Samsung is a South Korean multinational technology conglomerate headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul.
Nanomedicine company developing vaccines and therapies with cell-specific targeting.
A company that developed nano-imprint lithography systems.
Coreshell Technologies is engineering liquid-deposited nanolayer coatings for Lithium Ion Batteries.
Voxtel Inc. is a Beaverton, Oregon-based nanotechnology company founded in 1999.
DNA sequencing company specializing in rapid long-read sequencing through nanopores.
A specialty chemical company manufacturing and marketing chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics.
Selecta Bioscience is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company founded in 2008 by Omid Farokhzad.
Ada Technologies, Inc. is a Littleton, Colorado-based nanotechnology company founded in 1985.
Nanox Intelligent Materials develops solutions for antimicrobial protection in the retail, food packaging, textile, architecture and design segments.
T2 Biosystems is a Lexington, Massachusetts-based company developing diagnostic products targeting sepsis and in vitro diagnostic products intended to target sepsis, hemostasis, bacteria, and lyme disease founded in 2006 by Robin Toft.
A biopharmaceutical company developing RNA interference-based therapeutics for human diseases
Nanome is a company developing software for life sciences, materials sciences and nano-engineering with the use of virtual reality and blockchain technology.
An institute for research at Harvard University for developing bioinspired materials and medical devices.
A venture capital firm in California that focuses on commercializing developments in the nanotechnology industry.