Nanodevices for quantum computing and encryption (nano-photonics)
Nanobased data storage technology (DNA encoding); Nano for forensic research
Risk management, risk analysis, toxicity or nanotechnology
Nano forensic research: Nanosensors, for example DNA profiling and nanobased sensors for the detection of minuscule amounts of relevant substances.
Nano for safe clothing: protective clothing against aggressive substances and weather conditions that comply with the current health and safety regulations.
Nano en fraud: Identification and authentication characteristics on products. Protection of sensitive communication.
Nano for security: safety in traffic and in the living work environment. New materials to make processes more efficient and to combine functionalities.
QuiX delivers its processor to Germany!
QuiX Quantum, the worldwide market leader in quantum photonic processors, has delivered a 12-mode quantum photonic processor to Germany, for a collaboration with researchers from Paderborn University. This photonic processor is the most powerful in the world. Quantum photonic processors are the central component of photonic quantum computers, holding great […]
First draft of program iMNC21 published, register now!
The program for the international MicroNanoConference 2021 is well underway with speakers from academia and industry. On December 2 and 3, 2021 we look forward to meeting you on location in Utrecht, at the Jaarbeurs. This year’s main theme is: From science to market – scale-up in nanotech With these […]
Nanotechnology companies share experience with Safe-by-Design
Companies test Safe-by-Design and are positive. This is evident from work by the European project NanoReg2. The nanotechnology companies saw the opportunity to reduce risks early in the innovation process. It turns out to be difficult to choose the most suitable Safe-by-Design measures. Safe-by-Design aims to minimize risks to health […]