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STI Nanotech 2007 takes place May 20-24, 2007, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara. Listed below are Nanotech 2007 exhibitor profiles. For in-depth information about the event, visit http://www.nsti.org/Nanotech2007/ .

NSTI Nanotech 2007 Exhibitor Profiles

SANTA CLARA, CA | Posted on May 19th, 2007

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Company: Accelrys
Booth: 419
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: ACCL
Media Contact: Philomena Walsh
Phone: 858.799.5440
E-mail:
Web: http://www.accelrys.com

Accelrys has been delivering software and service solutions to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and industrial chemical research organizations for over twenty years. With expertise in life and materials science modeling and simulations, informatics, nanotechnology and scientific operating platform technology, Accelrys' multi-disciplinary solutions span the research and development continuum.


Company: Ace Glass
Booth: 714
Media Contact: C. Carney
Phone: 800-223-4524
E-mail:
Web: http://www.aceglass.com

Ace Glass has been manufacturing innovative research glass and equipment for over 70 years. We are exhibiting our ultrasonic probes, power supplies and Sonochem glassware for mixing and sonication of materials. We have our famous Photochemistry products on display for application in Nanotechnology. We are also displaying our bench scale glass reactors, catalysis glassware and equipment. Ace fabricates pilot plant reactors from 150mL up to 300Liters in size and can make custom pilot plants and other glassware for Nanotechnology applications. Ace will also feature our microscale glassware for sample volumes from 5mL and up for microresearch.


Company: Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Booth: 910
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: APD on NYSE
Media Contact: Rob Brown
Phone: 610-481-1192
E-mail:
Web: http://www.airproducts.com/nano


Air Products offers a series of ready-to-use nanoparticle dispersions of zinc oxide, indium tin oxide and antimony tin oxide tailored for the development of transparent, colorless coatings with fade-resistant, antistatic, conductive and heat-blocking properties. Derived from a patented technology, these dispersions are designed to remain stable when added to complex formulations. The end formulation has smaller particles sizes, requires less dispersant and ultimately achieves better coating performance. Call for samples 800-345-3148.


Company: Andeen-Hagerling, Inc.
Booth: 706
Media Contact: Paul Sauerland
Phone: 440-349-0370
E-mail:
Web: www.andeen-hagerling.com

Andeen-Hagerling (AH) manufactures the world's most precise capacitance bridges available commercially. AH bridges are fully automatic and can resolve measurements to sub-attofarad levels. Bridges are offered for operation at fixed or variable frequencies (50Hz-20KHz). Loss (dissipation factor) can be measured down to 1.5x10-8 tan. In addition to pure metrology uses, AH bridges are used in diverse research fields. They are ideal for many capacitance based, precision sensor applications.

Additionally, AH offers the worlds most stable capacitance standards, available in values from 0.1pF to over 100pF. Standards have a stability of 0.3ppm/year, a temperature coefficient of .01ppm, and are NIST traceable to an accuracy of 2ppm.


Company: Applied MicroStructures, Inc.
Booth: 610
Media Contact: Lynn Ochs
Phone: 408-907-2885, Ext. 2808
E-mail:
Web: http://www.appliedmst.com

Molecular Vapor Deposition (MVD®) enables Surface Engineering in Nanotechnology, MEMS, BioMEMS and other applications. MVD reliably applies low temperature, Self Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) and Moisture Barriers with or without preceding Adhesion Layers on a wide range of substrate materials. Applications include antistiction coatings for actuators, sensors, and display devices. Bio-Applications include microarrays, microfluidics and implants. Consumables are minimized with micro-dosing of chemicals thereby significantly reducing costs and other problems experienced in ovens and wet process techniques. Systems and Contracted Process Services are available.


Company: Arkalon Chemical Technologies, LLC
Booth: 922
Media Contact: Michael J. Mc Geary
Phone: 203-285-8103 (ext 3)
E-mail:
Web: http://www.arkalonllc.com

Arkalon Chemical Technologies, LLC is a dynamic, young company dedicated to helping its customers develop robust supply chains for their chemical requirements in industrial manufacturing processes. Arkalon is a full service chemical supplier supporting its customers with capabilities in custom synthesis, process development, and full scale production. We are staffed by business and technical professionals with significant industry experience. We work collaboratively with customers to define needs, evolve specifications and develop timelines for supply. All our work is undertaken with strict attention to confidentiality to ensure that our customers' intellectual property remains protected.


Company: Artech House Publishers
Booth: 516
Media Contact: Susanne Schott
Phone: 781-769-9750
E-mail:
Web: http://www.artechhouse.com

Artech House is leading publisher of professional-level books for engineers and managers in a wide range of high-technology fields, including nanotechnology, microfluidics, MEMS, biomedical engineering, and bioinformatics.

We invite you to stop by the Artech House booth to browse our titles and to enjoy 20% savings on the latest books in your field. We're also interested in talking with potential authors who have practical experience and insights to share and feel that they can make important contributions to the professional literature in their areas of expertise.


Company: Asylum Research
Booth: 603
Media Contact: Terry Mehr, Director of Marketing
Phone: 805-696-6466
E-mail:
Web: http://www.AsylumResearch.com

Asylum Research manufactures advanced scanning probe/atomic force microscopes for materials and life science applications. It's flagship product, the MFP-3D AFM, offers the most technically advanced and flexible AFM for high resolution imaging and true quantitative measurements. Features include unprecedented precision and accuracy with our Nanopositioning System (NPS™) with sensored, closed loop operation in all three axes. The all-digital controller, when coupled with our open software, offers unmatched flexibility. Advanced scan modes such as nanolithography, and our exclusive Dual AC Mode, are standard. Top and bottom optical access make it ideal for bioscience applications including combined AFM and optical microscopy.


Company: attocube systems AG
Booth: 719
Media Contact: Markus Janotta
Phone: 49 89 28778090
E-mail:
Web: http://www.attocube.com

attocube systems AG manufactures and distributes a line of easy-to-use probing stations, scanning probe microscopes and nanopositioning systems for temperatures in the range from 300K down to 10mK! The innovative instruments are also compatible with HV and UHV environments as well as with high magnetic fields up to 15T.

Central to our proven suite of cryogenic probe stations and microscopes is our powerful combination of fully automated low temperature positioning devices with modular and flexible scanning probe sensors, designed specifically to meet the needs of today's low temperature research. Our instruments give users the ability to analyze samples down to the atomic level, even at Milli-Kelvin temperatures.


Company: Brookhaven Instruments Corporation
Booth: 315
Media Contact: Irene Mueller
Phone: (631)758-3200
E-mail:
Web: http://www.bic.com

Innovative instrumentation for particle, polymer, and protein characterization. Featured instruments include particle size, zeta potential, and molecular weight analyzers. All instruments include easy-to-use, leading-edge software. For size measurement, use our dynamic light scattering (DLS) and disc-centrifuge instruments. Eliminate electro-osmotic effects with Brookhaven Instruments zeta potential analyzers. Measure zeta potential by particle electrophoresis and phase analysis. Use Brookhaven Instruments for polymer solution characterization, including determination of absolute molecular weight by static light scattering.


Company: Cheap Tubes Inc
Booth: 514
Media Contact: Mike Foley
Phone: 802.254.6969
E-mail:
Web: http://www.cheaptubesinc.com

We're committed to supplying the nanotechnology community with a vast supply of high quality Carbon Nanotubes at a fraction of our competitor's prices. Whether you're an independent researcher, or a large volume user, our CNT's are of similar or higher quality than our competitors. Cheap Tubes customer's save 50% or more, on their CNT orders. At Cheap Tubes, "we search the world for the highest quality, lowest cost CNT's so YOU don't have too." Call us for High purity MWNT's, SWNT's , OH and COOH functionalized CNT's, large volume industrial grade, Short CNTs, Please visit www.cheaptubesinc.com/pricelist.htm and compare prices.


Company: Controlled Contamination Services
Booth: 1302
Media Contact: Natalie Rowe, Client Services Specialist
Phone: 510-728-1106
E-mail:
Web: http://www.cleanroomcleaning.com

Controlled Contamination Services provides contract cleanroom cleaning services for the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, micro-chip and other high-tech industries. We have been in business for over 16 years and we serve more than 200 customers throughout Northern and Southern California, with customers in Boston and other eastern states. We are expanding to become a nationwide operation. Controlled Contamination Services has brought together the strengths of specialized cleaning of cleanrooms to create a service that incorporates training, knowledge and microcleaning with the knowledge of contamination control. CCS provides state-of-the-art cleaning, resulting in proven quality ratings that are unparalleled in the industry.


Company: DTI-Nanotech
Booth: 820
Media Contact: Dr. Valentin Zhelyaskov
Phone: 941-921-5111, ext 113
E-mail:
Web: http://www.dti-nanotech.com


DTI-NanoTech manufactures unique piezoelectric translation stages with nanometer resolution and long travel distance (10-100 mm) in X, XY or XYZ configurations, proprietary piezoelectric rotary stage with angular resolution and accuracy of 2 arcsec and without any backlash, high torque, extremely small long-term drift (2 nm per deg h), wide angular velocity range, and fast acceleration. RoboMate is a nanopositioning system, which combines angular-linear motorized positioning system with Virtual point™ technology. NanoRobot 6AX combines 3 Cartesian and 3 spherical coordinates. Controlled by advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) controllers and GUI software. C/C++ dll and LabView software development kit are available.


Company: ESI Group
Booth: 1104
Media Contact: Olivier Morisot
Phone: (248) 203-0642
E-mail:
Web: http://www.esi-group.com

ESI Group, pioneer of simulation based design solutions, is a technology leader in the field of advanced computational fluid dynamics simulation software. Our portfolio of CFD products and services provide all the necessary tools for advanced multiphysics analysis in areas such as biomedical, MEMS and microfluidics.

At Nanotech, we will be featuring our Multiphysics and Multidisciplinary product CFD-ACE+, CFD simulation software exceeding the most challenging requirements and covering 3-D simulations of heat and mass transport with complex multi-step gas-phase, surface reactions, electric/magnetic potentials, particle tracking and stress for industrial applications. The end result: cost savings and speed to market.


Company: European Patent Office
Booth: 401
Media Contact: Mr Rainer Osterwalder
Phone: 49 89 2399 4636
E-mail:
Web: http://www.epo.org

The interdisciplinary nature of nanotechnology means that anyone interested in literature on nanotechnology, especially existing patent documents, struggles to retrieve it from the databases available.

To prepare for the impact of what experts predict to be the next big growth field after biotechnology, the EPO developed a highly efficient tagging system which follows the Office's internal patent classification system, assigning a "Y01N" tag to each document added to the databases.

The Y01N tags enable examiners to monitor emerging nanotechnology inventions and perform better patentability searches.

The EPO experts will answer your questions on booth 401 at NSTI 2007.


Company: FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.
Booth: 914
Phone: (408) 565-9150
E-mail:
Web: http://www.dimatix.com

FUJIFILM Dimatix's MEMS-based technology lets ink jet printing create products like displays and electronics, RFID antennas, smart tags, DNA arrays, smart packaging and wearable electronics. The Dimatix Materials Printer is a low-cost, cartridge-based piezo ink jet printing system that enables direct deposition of functional fluids - including nanoparticle-based metallic and organic materials - for easier, faster and less expensive product development for electronics and other industries. With this materials deposition printer, researchers can rapidly develop nanoinks and the manufacturing processes that employ these inks. As of July 2006, FUJIFILM Dimatix is a wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation.


Company: HIELSCHER USA, Inc.
Booth: 605
Media Contact: Gary Keil
Phone: (973) 616 9136
E-mail:
Web: http://www.hielscher.com

With manifold laboratory and industrial ultrasonic devices and the most powerful ultrasonic processors of up to 16,000 watts per unit Hielscher is the leading supplier of ultrasonic devices for many industries, worldwide. Our ultrasonic products cover the whole range from sample preparation in the lab and customized prototypes for special applications to industrial production equipment. With our long experience in ultrasonics we have an extensive knowledge in many processes, such as the homogenizing, disintegration, emulsifying, dispersing, deagglomeration and particle size reduction, nano-sizing, sieving and cleaning.


Company: IEEE
Booth: 809
Media Contact: Angela Trilli
Phone: 7325623983
E-mail:
Web: http://www.ieee.org/innovate

The world's largest technical society, IEEE publishes cutting-edge information in electrical engineering, computing, and many related technologies. The IEEE Xplore online platform powers the IEEE/IET Digital Library, providing full-text access to over 1.5 million documents, including journals and conference proceedings published as far back as 1913 and all IEEE Standards. The IEEE produces 30 percent of the world's published literature in electrical engineering, computers and control technology, organizes over 600 major conferences each year, and has more than 900 active standards. The IEEE's 375,000 members, located in 150 countries, make it a leading authority in today's most important technical areas.


Company: Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
Booth: 616
Media Contact: Dorie Adamescu
Phone: 614.891.2243 x 114
E-mail:
Web:

http://www.lakeshore.com

Lake Shore Cryotronics is a leading developer of high performance tools used to characterize materials in temperature and magnetic environments. Diverse product offerings include an advanced line of cryogenic, magnet-based, load-lock, and high vacuum micro-manipulated probe stations used for non-destructive testing of devices on full and partial wafers up to 10.2 cm (4 in) in diameter. Features include temperatures from 1.5 K to 475 K, horizontal or vertical field magnet-based platforms, vacuum to 10-7 torr, load-lock capability, and up to 6 micro-manipulated probe arms; ideal for measuring magneto-transport, electrical and electro-optical, parametric, high Z, DC, RF, and microwave (up to 67 GHz) properties of materials. Measurable materials include nanoscale electronics, quantum wires and dots, organic and dilute magnetic semiconductors, superconductors, and spintronics devices.


Company: MAI Industries
Booth: 611
Media Contact: Jenny Marshall
Phone: 408-434-9880
E-mail:
Web: http://www.maiindustries.com

MAI Industries has been a leader in the construction industry since 1973, serving the needs of high-tech and biotech clients. MAI's construction expertise ranges from general office projects to extremely technical projects including; clean rooms, cGMP projects, laboratories, Research and Development and manufacturing facilities.

MAI's foremost objective is to save clients time and money, while exceeding their expectations. MAI's experienced project team has the construction knowledge and communication skills that are unsurpassed in the industry. With this team, "We'll Get You There First."


Company: Matrix Plating Group
Booth: 1202
Media Contact: Leslie Derrig
Phone: 516-458-4181
E-mail:
Web: http://www.digitalmatrix.us

Matrix Plating Group is an alliance formed by two plating companies, Digital Matrix and Sweden Electroforming Technologies, located in New York and Sweden. Both companies manufacture high-speed, high-precision, rotating head and circulating plating equipment ranging from 2" wafers to 2 Meter Sq. shims to Large Drum/Roller Plating.

Plating Systems are: 1, 2, 3 & 4 bath combinations with special designed workholders to produce tolerances of +/- 1 µm TTV. Also manufactured: Electroclean and Passivation Systems, Spin Coaters, Spin Dryers, Waste Treatments, Pure DI Water Systems, Anode Cleaner, Thickness Gauge and many more. Metals include: Ni, NiCo, Cu, CuAlloy, NiP, Au


Company: MellesGriot
Booth: 511
Phone: 760-438-2131
E-mail:
Web: http://www.mellesgriot.com

Melles Griot lasers, instruments and photonic components enable the practical application of light. As your supplier of choice we provide unequalled technical assistance, high quality affordable components for OEM production, and a global support team ready to assist you with over 25,000 catalog parts. For OEM lasers contact for catalog components contact Visit booth 511 to get a copy of our latest catalog.


Company: NanoDynamics
Booth: 707
Media Contact: Jennie Tylec
Phone: 716.629.3267
E-mail:
Web: http://www.nanodynamics.com

Headquartered in Buffalo, NY, NanoDynamics® develops and markets products, advanced materials and process technologies that provide clean technology solutions for today's global challenges, with the principal focus on the energy, environmental, and infrastructure markets. Main products include the Revolution™ 50H Hybrid solid oxide fuel cell, NanoPurity water filtration media, and a diverse set of nanomaterials including ND®Silver, multiwalled carbon nanotubes, and ClearCol™ nanoceramic colloids. The company also provides customer-driven research services and intellectual property licenses through its TechBank™ program at http://innovations.nanodynamics.com/techbank.php


Company: Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.
Booth: 416
Media Contact: Joe Grech
Phone: 888.777.5573; 480.940.3940
E-mail:
Web: http://www.nanoscience.com

Nanoscience Instruments provides the most innovative Atomic Force Microscopy products for a variety of nanoscale applications in research, industry, and education. We will feature the NanoSurf easyScan 2 AFMs and STMs, the new automated Nanite AFM, and the world's first battery-powered AFM - the Mobile S. Stop by our booth and experience these Swiss-quality, user friendly SPMs that are unparalleled in reliability, mobility, and price/performance ratio. Nanoscience Instruments also offers various AFM accessories, post-processing software, and a huge selection of high-quality and low-cost AFM probes. Additionally, our services division provides expert AFM sample analysis, either in our labs or onsite at your own facility.


Company: Nanotechnology Institute
Booth: 132
Media Contact: Erli Chen
Phone: 215-898-9272
E-mail:
Web: http://www.nanotechinstitute.org

The Nanotechnology Institute (NTI) is a collaboration among twelve institutions led by Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Drexel University and The University of Pennsylvania. It is the first comprehensive model of its kind designed to facilitate the research, development and commercialization of nanotechnology's real world applications.

The Nanotechnology Commercialization Group (NCG), the commercialization arm of the NTI, offers centralized services for protecting and commercializing intellectual properties in nanotechnology generated from all twelve NTI member institutions, by taking the advantage of cumulative resources and expertise in technology transfer from Drexel and UPenn.


Company: National Dendrimer and Nanotechnology Center
Booth: 120
Media Contact: Nathan Long
Phone: 989-774-2424
E-mail:
Web: http://www.cmurc.com

The National Dendrimer and Nanotechnology Center, located at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, is the catalyst for dendrimer-based research initiatives — yielding a growing body of valuable intellectual property. Dedicated to the expanded use of dendrimer technologies in biomedical, diagnostic and nano-material applications, the Center is a model of collaboration- leveraging the combined expertise of academic, government, and private sector research.

The Dendrimer Center's success has led to a growing demand for advanced chemistry and bio-level laboratories. Construction of a 17,000 square foot expansion was recently completed and laboratories are available for lease. Visit http://www.cmurc.com for more information.


Company: New Scale Technologies
Booth: 126
Media Contact: Lisa Schaertl
Phone: 585 289 6762
E-mail:
Web: http://www.newscaletech.com

New Scale's miniature ceramic motors enable smaller products and research tools. Our patented piezoelectric SQUIGGLE motors are smaller, more precise, less expensive and more efficient than conventional electromagnetic motors. They also operate reliably in vacuum, cryogenic temperatures and high magnetic fields. Our primary market is 'focus and zoom' optics for mobile phone cameras -- an emerging market for one billion tiny motors per year. Other markets include biotechnology and nanotechnology research, microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip systems, miniature drug pumps and endoscopes, optics and imaging, lasers, aerospace and defense, cryogenic instruments, electronic locks, intelligent fasteners, automotive components, smart clothing and bar code scanners.


Company: Ocean NanoTech, LLC
Booth: 1102
Media Contact: Y. Andrew Wang
Phone: 479.444.6028
E-mail:
Web: http://www.oceannanotech.com

Founded in 2004, Ocean NanoTech provides commercial dispersible quantum dots, magnetic nanocrystals and metal and iron oxide nanocrystals. Since its inception, Ocean NanoTech has been awarded four Phase I and one Phase II SBIR awards from the ARMY, NIH and NSF respectively, and has acquired 9 issued or pending patents in related areas. Its commercial products include:


• Biocompatible, visible and near-infrared quantum dots

• High purity quantum dot powders at electronic grade

• Biocompatible Au, Ag and Cu nanocrystals

• Au, Ag and Cu nanocrystal powders

• Biocompatible, size tunable and size uniform iron oxide magnetic
particles


Company: Pennsylvania State University
Booth: 1101
Media Contact: Bill Mahon
Phone: 814-863-1028
E-mail:
Web: http://www.psu.edu

At Penn State, more than 100 patent-protected nanotechnologies have resulted from research. Worldwide, 1,000 companies have sponsored materials science research at the University in the past 10 years. Penn State and its sponsors have invested $75 million in nano-related facilities, equipment, and infrastructure, and more than 90 faculty-led research groups work on cutting-edge science at the nanoscale. Areas of strength include molecular electronics, nanowire synthesis, nanoscale modeling and simulation, nanoparticles and complex fluids, nanomanufacturing, MEMs and NEMs, nanoscale magnetics, and nanobiotechnology. Visit with representatives from the Penn State Materials Research Institute (www.mri.psu.edu) and Industrial Research Office (www.iro.psu.edu).


Company: Phelps Dunbar LLP
Booth: 710
Media Contact: Mann Deynoodt
Phone: (504) 584-9360
E-mail:
Web: http://www.phelpsdunbar.com

Founded in 1853, Phelps Dunbar is a regional law firm with offices in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Jackson, Tupelo, and Gulfport, Mississippi; Houston, Texas; Tampa, Florida; and in London, England. The firm is a progressive and diverse partnership, with a practice that is international in scope. Clients have access to over 265 attorneys representing an extensive range of talents and experience. Attorneys in all practice areas work together to provide a broad base of corporate legal services including an intellectual property practice that focuses on all aspects of intellectual property law, including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.


Company: SEMTech Solutions, Inc.
Booth: 816
Media Contact: Gary Brake
Phone: 978-663-9822
E-mail:
Web: http://www.semtechsolutions.com

SEMTech Solutions is a leading provider of refurbished Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMs), SEM services, and sales representation for leading edge companies. With over 100 years combined SEM experience, our field service engineers located throughout the U.S. are committed to help assure that SEMTech Solutions continues to be our customer's best business partner. With an active customer base of over 100 companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 industries, we have the electron beam knowledge and services to meet any demand.


Company: Sonics & Materials
Booth: 711
Media Contact: Edward Neeb
Phone: 203-270-4600 ext. 316
E-mail:
Web: http://www.sonics.biz


The Vibra-Cell™ is the most technologically advanced high intensity ultrasonic processor for the deagglomeration, dispersion, and particle size reduction of powders in a liquid, available for both the lab and for production. Ultrasonics is proven to be more effective in the production of nano-size particles for inks and pigments, cosmetics, coatings, and toners. Our customers can expect more experience, reliability, and customer support when choosing Sonics over any other ultrasonic company.


Company: Spectrum Laboratories
Booth: 920
Media Contact: Wendy Tamashiro
Phone: 310 605-4440
E-mail:
Web: http://www.spectrumlabs.com

Spectrum® Laboratories manufactures a complete line of Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) Products for efficient nanoparticle processing. Spectrum's KrosFlo® filtration products include the largest selection of disposable hollow fiber membranes with pore sizes ranging from 1 nm to 500 nm. Spectrum's Product offering for nanoparticle processing also includes a full scale range of filtration systems (R&D to production) for volumes from 1 ml to 10,000 liters. The systems are fully automated with digital displays, automated shut-off controls and real time process data collection software. With over 20 years of processing expertise, Spectrum Laboratories provides complete solutions for nanoparticle processing.


Company: Steinmeyer, Inc
Booth: 814
Media Contact: John Skaltsas
Phone: 781-273-6220
E-mail:
Web: http://www.steinmyer.com

At Steinmeyer, we're dedicated to the design and engineering of precision linear and rotary stages. These compact products are manufactured by our FMD division, located in Dresden. The stages made by Steinmeyer FMD boast some of the lowest runout accuracies available while still using mechanical linear bearings. And some of our stages even have motors and controllers built in for space saving solutions!

Our expertise lies not only in appreciating the details of the application but also in knowing how to achieve the highest possible precision by choosing the best components together with understanding how specific materials react during machining.


Company: Strem Chemicals
Booth: 682
Media Contact: Ephraim S. Honig
Phone: 978-499-1600
E-mail:
Web: http://www.strem.com

Strem Chemicals, established in 1964, manufactures and markets over 4,000 metals, inorganics and organometallics for research and development including metal catalysts and ligands for organic synthesis, MOCVD precursors and nanomaterials for use in the pharmaceutical, microelectronics, chemical and petrochemical industries. Custom synthesis work is also provided on a contract basis. cGMP manufacturing is also available. Nanomaterials manufactured include clusters, colloids, particles, powders and magnetic fluids of Ti, Au, Pt, Rh, Ni, Pt/Ru, Co, Fe/Co. These are manufactured by a variety of wet chemical means under patented processes.


Company: Surrey NanoSystems
Booth: 118
Media Contact: Mr Ben Jensen
Phone: 44 (0) 1273 515899
E-mail:
Web: http://www.surreynanosystems.com/

Surrey NanoSystems sets the global standards for leading edge, substrate based carbon nanotube, nanomaterial and sputter solutions. World-firsts like NanoGrowth Catalyst™ system, not only provides one of the most process stable platforms, but also built-in catalyst deposition technology to control all growth aspects. Nanoparticle, vapor phase catalyst and remote plasma modules and process recipes are supplied with each system to provide highly flexible configuration and repeatable growth from startup. The NanoGrowth series also offers extended process capability for etch and thin film deposition in a single platform. Surrey NanoSystems partnership program offers valuable system cost benefits for suitable partner sites.


Company: SVTC Technologies
Booth: 112
Media Contact: Colleen Martell, Martell Communications
Phone: 408-374-7420
E-mail:
Web: http://www.svtc.com

SVTC Technologies provides complete access to a full-scale, 8-inch process development foundry where customers develop their products on silicon with a full complement of advanced CMOS equipment, Development Support Tools and Expertise and Commercialization Services. Through superior cycle times, cost-effective development and faster time to revenue, SVTC delivers operational excellence and accelerates the commercialization of innovative technologies to real, manufacturing-ready products for the rapidly growing novel memory and transistor, MEMS/MOEMS, photovoltaic, bio-tech and high-voltage markets. More information can be found at http://www.svtc.com/


Company: Sympatec Inc.
Media Contact:
Phone: 609-844-1020
E-mail:
Web: http://www.Sympatec.com


Sympatec manufactures particle size/shape/image analyzers, with a size range from nanometer to millimeter. The company traces its origins to the Clausthal Technical University, one of the Centers of Excellence for particle characterization. Our NANOPHOX is an innovative breakthrough in measuring particle size of Nano-range particles, using a dual PCS configuration.


Company: Thomas Swan & Company Ltd.
Booth: 810
Media Contact: Russell Clarke
Phone: 44-1207-505131
E-mail:
Web: http://www.thomas-swan.co.uk

Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd. is one of the UK's leading independent performance and fine chemical manufacturers. Our Carbon Nanomaterials business is dedicated to manufacturing commercial quantities of high purity single-wall & multi-wall carbon nanotubes under the Elicarb™ trademark. Our carbon nanomaterial production capabilities are supported by over 77 years of experience in chemical manufacturing and by an ongoing collaboration between Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd. and the University of Cambridge. What this means is that we produce to the strictest quality and reproducibility standards.


Company: Willy A. Bachofen AG
Booth: 1013
Media Contact: Norbert Roskosch
Phone: 4161 686 72 13
E-mail:
Web: http://www.wab.ch

The new dimension in wet ultra fine grinding and dispersion.

For decades WAB has been the unchallenged specialist in dispersion and grinding technology with its world-famous DYNO®-MILL.

For the ultra fine wet grinding and dispersion in the range of nanometres WAB has specifically developed the DYNO®-MILL NPM - Nano Performance Mill - and the DYNO®-MILL RL - Research Lab, for the use of ultra fine grinding beads with a diameter from 0.05 to 0.2mm.

Stable process control, use of high-grade materials (ceramic materials as zirconium or silicon carbide) as well as the unique grinding principal from the high efficiency mill "the patented DYNO®-MILL Accelerators" together with the unique dynamic bead separation system are the technologies which are needed to achieve top quality products.

The ultramodern grinding technology of the NPM sets new standards in the Nanotechnology.


Company: WITec Instruments Corp.
Booth: 721
Media Contact: Harald Fischer
Phone: 217 351 9705
E-mail:
Web: http://www.witec.de

WITec is a manufacturer of high resolution optical and scanning probe microscopy solutions for scientific and industrial applications. A modular product line allows the combination of different microscopy techniques such as Raman, NSOM or AFM in one instrument for flexible analyses of optical, chemical and structural properties of a sample. The company's alpha300 product line features a Near-field Scanning Optical Microscope, using unique cantilever technology, a Confocal Raman Microscope designed for highest sensitivity and resolution and an AFM for material research and nanotechnology.


Company: Woodcock Washburn LLP
Booth: 902
Media Contact: Jennifer Smuts, Director of Marketing
Phone: 215-564-8399
E-mail:
Web: http://www.woodcock.com

Rated as one of the top IP law firms in the United States by IP Law & Business (November, 2006), Woodcock Washburn is a national firm specializing in intellectual property law. Since being founded in 1946, the Firm has provided personal service and trusted advice to clients across a wide range of industries and technologies. Woodcock's full range of services include: Litigation, Patent Procurement, IP Strategies, Trademarks & Copyrights, Licensing, and Open Source Software Standards.

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