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  • Analytical Tribology Network (Münster / Westf., Germany, Germany)
    Initiative for a competence network related to the field of Analytical Tribology at interfaces and surfaces of tribological systems. Central purpose of the network structure is the promotion of [...]
  • Beiersdorff GmbH (Munich, Germany)
    Originally founded as an advertising agency, Beiersdorff has grown into a supplier of compre-hensive communication services over the past decades. Our portfolio encompasses the complete range [...]
  • CeNIDE - Center for Nanointegration (Duisburg, Germany)
    CENIDE, the "Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen," represents the corresponding focus of research at the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE): Since 2005, it links research and teaching [...]
  • CeNTech GmbH (Münster, Germany)
    CeNTech: Academic and Industrial Expertise With the aim to exploit the vast potential and multifaceted prospects of nanotechnological research, CeNTech was founded in 2003 and with 2.400 m2 [...]
  • Cluster NanoMicroMaterialsPhotonics.NRW (Düsseldorf, Germany)
    The NanoMicroMaterialsPhotonic.NRW state cluster (NMWP) was set up in 2009 and aims at consolidating NRW's position in the nanotechnology, microtechnology, new materials and optical technology [...]
  • Deutsche Messe AG (Hannover, Germany)
    Deutsche Messe is one of the world's largest and most active trade fair companies. Based in Hannover, Germany, Deutsche Messe employs a staff of more than 930 and maintains a network of 66 [...]
  • Deutscher Verband Nanotechnologie e. V. (Saarbrücken, Germany)
    The German Nanotechnology Association (Deutscher Verband Nanotechnologie e. V.) is a professional association for all those who work in the field of nanotechnology or promote such - scientists [...]
  • Fraunhofer Representative Office Japan (Tokyo, Germany)
    The Fraunhofer Representative Office in Tokyo represents the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft in Japan and initiates r&d collaborations between Japanese Companies, Universities or Research Institutes [...]
  • Fraunhofer-Allianz Nanotechnologie (Würzburg, Germany)
    The activities of the Fraunhofer Alliance Nanotechnology cover the whole R&D value chain and are focused on e.g. multifunctional coatings for use in the optical, automotive and electronics [...]
  • Germany Trade and Invest (Berlin, Germany)
    Germany Trade & Invest combines the in-depth analysis of foreign markets with the extensive knowledge of Germany's key industries and its investment and technology landscape. Supported by a [...]
  • I.M.N. International MED Network GmbH (München, Germany)
    I.M.N. is a leading internationally operating CRO-network with unmatched expertise and exten-sive experience in drug development and study management. I.M.N. provides end to end solu-tions for [...]
  • IVAM Fachverband für Mikrotechnik (Dortmund, Germany)
    As an international association of companies and institutes in the field of microtechnology, nanotechnology and advanced materials, IVAM's priorities are to create competitive advantages for [...]
  • leon-nanodrugs GmbH (München, Germany)
    leon-nanodrugs is a specialized contract drug development company providing its clients with nanotechnology-based reformulations of established oral and parenteral drugs. More than 70% of all [...]
  • marcotech oHG (Münster, Germany)
    Since the foundation in 2002, marcotech has provided to customers experiences, know-how and services in nanotechnology comprising jointly arranged applied research and development Services [...]
  • Marketing4Hightech / Heinz-Peter HIPPLER (Wesel, Germany)
    International Business Development & Education for high-tech oriented entrepreneurs, start-ups, SMEs and sattled companies Business Development means:Strategically marketing, [...]
  • Nano- und Materialinnovationen Niedersachsen e. V. (Göttingen, Germany)
    Die Landesinitiative Nano- und Materialinnovationen Niedersachsen (LI NMN) ist Impulsgeber, der niedersächsische Akteure in den Leitthemen Neue Materialien, Leichtbau und Oberflächen [...]
  • NANO-X GmbH (Saarbrücken/Güdingen, Germany)
    The business area of NANO-X GmbH is chemical nanotechnology. This is a process with which materials, such as coatings or 3-D objects, can be developed from minute nanocomponents of just [...]
  • Nanobay - NB GmbH (Gronau, Germany)
    Nanobay is the first global online nanotechnology platform. Nanobay connects worldwide - multinational companies, small and medium sized enterprises, start-ups, institutes, suppliers, vendors, [...]
  • Nanoinitiative Bayern GmbH (Würzburg, Germany)
    The Cluster Nanotechnology is funded within the Bavarian Cluster Offensive by the Bavarian State Government. The Nanoinitiative Bayern GmbH manages the cluster activities. Major ob-jective is [...]
  • Nanosystems Initiative Munich (Muenchen, Germany)
    The Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM) is a cluster of excellence, which was successful in the nationwide competition of the German Excellence Initiative. It brings together scientists [...]
  • Nanotechnology CC Ultradünne funktionale Schichten (Dresden, Germany)
    The Nanotechnology Center of Competence "Ultrathin Functional Films" was founded in October 1998. The office is situated in the Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology [...]
  • Netzwerk NanoCarbon (Würzburg, Germany)
    The newly founded Network NanoCarbon, sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, is especially dedicated to the task of transferring the basic knowledge gained in [...]
  • Netzwerk NanoSilber (Würzburg, Germany)
    The purpose of the NanoSilver network is further development of nanoparticular silver in production, processing, application, production and disposal. The technical potential of nano [...]
  • Norddeutschte Initiative Nanotechnologie Schleswig-Holstein e.V. (Kiel, Germany)
    The North German Initiative Nanotechnology Schleswig-Holstein e.V., short NINa SH e.V., is a registered society aiming at the advancement of science and research in the field of nanotechnology [...]
  • Particle Metrix GmbH (Meerbusch, Germany)
    Analysis Systems for Characterization of Nanoparticles Smallest particles originate in processes of growth or crushing smallest. These two applications overlap in a wide range at about 0.1 µm = [...]
  • project:nano GmbH (Berlin, Germany)
    project:nano combines know-how, experience and networks from more than 20 years of success-ful technology marketing around nanotechnology. Project:nano conjuncts the established brands of [...]
  • rent a scientist GmbH (Regensburg, Germany)
    rent a scientist is a R&D service company which enables its customers to create new product functionalization based on innovative (nano) materials. Since 1995 rent a scientist has built up [...]
  • RunKom GmbH (Wassenberg, Germany)
    RunKom is founding member of Nano in Germany e.V. and Ralf Unnasch member of the board. Since 1991 RunKom is an owner-managed and independent full-service agency for intelligent B2B [...]