nanotechnology research institutes

Institute for Molecular Manufacturing – Non-profit organisation founded to conduct research aimed at developing molecular manufacturing.
AMO GmbH – Committed to applied research in the area of micro-, nano- and opto-electronics to enable technologies and devices for emerging future applications in the area of communication, life and energy.
Bio-Inspired Sensors and Optoelectronics Laboratory – The Bio-inspired Sensors and Optoelectronics Lab (BISOL) is focused on researching infrared detectors and vision systems, nano-scale lasers, visible to terahertz plasmonics, and novel nano-processing.
Cognoscible Technologies – R+D Consulting ยท Scientific Research and Technology Applications
Computational Center for Molecular Structure and Interactions – Information regarding QSAR or QSPR of nanomaterials, nanoparticles research, such as nanotoxicity, toxicity of metal oxides, physico-chemical properties of nanomaterials and nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes and fullerenes
Drexel Nanotechnology Institute (DNI)
ENEA MATnano – Home page of the Nanomaterials section of Physical technologies Department of Italian Agency for New technologies, Renewable Energies and Environment Protection
i3 Nanotec India Pvt. Ltd. – Nanotechnology Research and Development firm involved in nanomaterials designing using computational simulation techniques, nanomaterial synthesis, characterization, and applications development.
IBM Research Center – Undertakes modification of materials at atomic and nanometer scales and studies nano-electronic devices.
IBM Zurich Research Lab – Researchers of cantilever sensors, chemical AFM, MRI, Dynamic Force Microscopy, nanoscale integrated circuits and ultrathin magnetic structures.
Lab_Bell, Inc. – A research and development organisation involved in making electronics, biocaptures, anti-biotics by the use of nanotechnology.
The McNab Group – Research focus is nanoscience. Contains information about the group, research grants, publications, and curriculum vitae.
NanoBusiness Alliance – Industry association founded to advance the commercial application of nanotechnology and microsystems and represent the companies involved. Introduction to nanotechnology. Extensive library of white papers.
NanOp – Collaborative of academic and commercial institutions for the promotion of nanotechnology in Germany.
Nanoscribe – Nanoscribe develops compact and easy-to-operate table-top laser lithography systems, allowing for true three-dimensional nanostructures in commercially available photoresists.
Nanotechnology Research Institute – A government research institute involved in the advancement of nanomaterials and device technology and their extension to industrially relevant technologies.
NAS Computational Molecular Nanotechnology – NASA’s Research Center develops Ames’ computational molecular nanotechnology, designs and computationally tests atomically precise electronic, mechanical and other components.
National Institute for Nanotechnology (NINT) – Canada’s integrated, multi-disciplinary institution for the application of nanotechnology to physics, chemistry, engineering, biology, informatics, pharmacy and medicine.
National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) – NNIN connects 13 university nanotechnology research facilities to provide access to technological expertise and nanotechnology instrumentation that would otherwise be out of reach for many researchers in industry and academia.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory – Develops commercial products through application of nanoscience, nanoengineering and nanotechnology.
Paul-Drude-Institut – Performs materials research, solid state physics and nanotechnology on low-dimensional structures.
Pennsylvania State University – Nanofabrication Laboratory – The Nanofabrication Laboratory is the center of nanotechnology research at the Pennsylvania State University.

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