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The NanoIsrael 2009 conference was held in Jerusalem on March 30-31, 2009. NanoIsrael 2009 was a unique event with a diverse group of elite dynamic speakers and participants.

The central showcase for Israel's excellence in the interdisciplinary world of nanotechnology, NanoIsrael 2009 brought together industry, academia, investors and government to focus on current research, commercial endeavours and future opportunities in nanotechnology.

NanoIsrael 2009 was held in cooperation with the Israel National Nanotechnology Initiative (INNI) which is sponsored by and operates on behalf of the Chief Scientist in the Ministry of Industry, the nanotechnology centers in Israeli universities, the Jerusalem Development Authority and BioJerusalem.
We bring to you below some of the nanotechnology companies that presented at the conference.
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3GSolar presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 3GSolar Ltd
3GSolar is a leading developer of low cost solar energy using new generation dye cell photovoltaics. Dye cells generate electricity from solar energy using nano-sized titanium dioxide particles and dye, rather than silicon or similar semiconductors.
BPT presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Bio-Pure Technology (B.P.T)
Bio-Pure Technology (B.P.T) develops membranes, materials and systems in the areas of: water purification, chemical and pharmaceutical purification and concentration, and recovery of chemicals from waste streams in the dairy, food, agricultural, chemical, pharmaceutical and mining industries.
Fulcrum presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Fulcrum SP
Fulcrum SP developed a technology that stabilizes and repairs proteins and thus unlocks the enormous potential of proteins. The company discovered a new class of stable proteins known as SPs. SPs are a new class of ATP-independent, chaperone-like proteins that are themselves exceptionally resistant to a broad range of extreme conditions. These conditions include boiling, high salt levels, denaturing reagents (guanidium hydrochloride), ionic detergents (SDS), proteolytic digestion (proteinase K, trypsin, V8), and organic solvents (acetone).
IAI presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Israel Aerospace Industries
Israel Aerospace Industries is globally recognized as a leader in developing military and commercial aerospace technology. This distinction is the result of nearly half a century of designing, engineering and manufacturing, for customers throughout the world.
KiloLambda presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 KiloLambda Technologies
KiloLambda is a provider of optical components and subsystems to vendors of telecommunication, medical and industrial systems.
NanoMaterials presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 ApNano Materials
ApNano Materials holds an exclusive license for unique products based on a new class of inorganic nanostructures discovered by the Weizmann Institute of Science's Nanomaterials Synthesis Group, headed by Professor Reshef Tenne. The Weizmann group was the first to show that various inorganic compounds could be synthesized into fullerene-like structures. These materials have excellent Trioboligical properties, reducing friction and wear, and can be used as additives to oils and greases, as part of composite materials, as coatings. They also show great properties of impact resistance for ballistics and armour.
NanoReady presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 NanoReady
NanoReady develops, markets and manufactures nano particles from a wide variety of materials. Supplied in agglomeration-free dry form, NanoReady nanoparticles deliver unmatched consistency and long-life stability. They enable superior finished products, while reducing the cost, time and energy consumption of many manufacturing processes.
NanoSol presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 NanoSol
NanoSol developed a novel patented technology of producing sub-micron droplets from liquids, solutions and suspensions. This unique technology can be utilized in a variety of applications such as generation of ultra-fine aerosol for agricultural, industrial and medical applications, and production of nanopowders/nanoparticles for pharmaceutical, cosmetics, electronics and other industries.
Oxenergy presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Oxenergy
Oxenergy is developing gas diffusion electrodes based on an innovative nanocatalyst. Its application may be used in fuel cells, metal air batteries, gas sensors & chlorine production.
Polymate presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Polymate
The Israeli Research Center – Polymate specializes in providing applied and theoretical research and development to the scientific and technological fields of material, chemical and environmental engineering, with a focus on development, marketing, commercialization and manufacturing of advanced nanocomposites. Polymate successfully operates on the basis of multi-sided partnerships in many countries around the world, such as Europe, Japan, Canada and the Former Soviet Union. Polymate has modern research, testing and technological equipment for different projects in materials engineering.
Salio presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Salio
Salio is focused on developing Molecular Springs in the field of Nanotechnology. Developed in the Weizmann Institute of Science, the Molecular Spring responds to a growing need in the field of material engineering for novel smart materials known as Stimuli Responsive Materials (SRMs), which are perceived as future key components in sophisticated polymers, Smart Textile, Smart Membranes, Micro-Fluidics, robotics and molecular electronics.
Sela presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 SELA – Semiconductor Engineering Laboratories
Founded in 1992, SELA develops, manufactures and markets automated SEM and TEM sample preparation equipment primarily for the semiconductor industry. SELA, a privately held company based in Israel, with a wholly owned subsidiary, SELA USA in Santa Clara CA, maintains a global network of offices and distributors to provide support and service to its customers. Distributors are located in Korea, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Malaysia, and China. Over 250 SELA systems are currently in operation worldwide.
Soreq presentation at NanoIsrael 2009 Soreq Nuclear Research Center
Soreq NRC is an applied R&D Institute affiliated to the Israel Atomic Energy Commission. Its R&D activities include laser and electro optics, nuclear medicine, radiopharmaceutics, non-destructive testing, space components characterization and testing, crystal growth, development of innovative radiation detectors and sophisticated equipment for contraband detection. It offers radiation protection training, operates personal dosimetry service and is a major distributor of radio-pharmaceuticals for medical diagnostics and therapy.

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