A full day will be dedicated to the business and investment potential of nanotechnology, with analyst perspectives and presentations from major nanotechnology investors. The afternoon will give you the opportunity to hear from and meet a number of the most interesting nanotechnology start-ups and new firms.
Summary NanoLambda is developing Spectrum SensorTM, an ultra-compact, low-cost spectrometer-on-a-chip, based on novel plasmonic devices. Each pixel of the Spectrum SensorTM chip detects a predefined wavelength of light from an input source, yielding a spectral fingerprint for each material being imaged.
NIL Technology manufactures and sells stamps for nanoimprint lithography (NIL), provides imprint service, production by NIL, consultancy and enters into joint development of novel applications benefiting from nano-scale structures.
Serendip develops solutions and processes that combine advanced technology with environmental compatibility, providing high added value for manufacturers of creams, gels, lotions and ointments in the life sciences sector. Serendip has developed - and already introduced into market - 3 different technologies being executed as process or machinery equipment with different strategic partners worldwide.