We are proud to collaborate with the companies and organizations in the MIT.nano Consortium. Companies who joined the consortium, or who began the conversation to do so, prior to January 2019 are recognized as founding members.
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI)
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), is a provider of high-performance analog, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing solutions that intelligently bridge the physical and digital domains. More than 100,000 customers worldwide—across an array of industries, including instrumentation, automation, communications, healthcare, and automotive domains—rely on ADI for its portfolio of products and technologies that sense, measure, power, connect, interpret, and secure.
Dow, a materials science company with technology, asset integration, scale, and competitive capabilities that enable it to address complex global issues. Dow’s portfolio of performance materials, industrial intermediates, and plastics businesses deliver a range of differentiated technology-based products and solutions for customers in high-growth markets such as packaging, infrastructure, and consumer care.
Draper, a not-for-profit engineering innovation company that focuses on the design, development, and deployment of advanced technological solutions, providing engineering expertise to government, industry, and academia in a myriad of domains including national security, strategic systems, commercial sectors, and space.
DSM, a global purpose-led, science-based company active in nutrition, health, and sustainable living. DSM delivers innovative solutions for human nutrition, animal nutrition, personal care and aroma, medical devices, green products and applications, and new mobility and connectivity.
Edwards, with a 100-year history specializing in the design, manufacture, and support of sophisticated vacuum system products, abatement solutions, and related services. Edwards products enable the discovery, development and manufacture of things that leverage the nanoscale, as well as a range of industrial processes, scientific instruments, and R&D applications.
Since its founding in 1885, the Fujikura Group has used the “Tsunagu” (connecting) technologies the group developed manufacturing electrical wire and cable to provide a wide variety of products to society. Today, Fujikura develops and manufactures power and telecommunication systems technologies, including optical fiber cables, across divisions in electronics, energy, telecommunications, and automotive products.
IBM Research, one of the world’s largest corporate research labs with more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents. IBM Research pioneers promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, hybrid cloud, and quantum computing.
Lam Research, an enabler of the semiconductor industry whose wafer fabrication equipment and services allow chipmakers to build smaller, faster, and better performing electronic devices. Today, nearly every advanced chip is built with Lam technology.
NCSOFT is one of the largest gaming companies in the world and creator of many of the most prominent multiplayer online video games to date. It engages hundreds of millions of players daily, worldwide, with an extensive portfolio of game franchises such as Lineage, AION, Blade & Soul, and Guild Wars.
NEC Corporation, a global provider of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) services, integrating IT and network technologies for industry, government, and individual customers through innovative software, applications, development tools, and services.
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research is a global provider of atomic force microscopes. Asylum Research AFMs offer ultra-high performance to resolve atomic and molecular structure and unique capabilities for nanoelectrical and nanomechanical characterization and video-rate imaging. They are widely used by both academic and industrial researchers for characterizing samples from diverse fields spanning polymers, thin films, semiconductors, energy research, and biophysics.
Raith is a precision technology manufacturer for nanofabrication, electron beam lithography, focused ion beam fabrication, nanoengineering and reverse engineering applications. With 50 years of experience and a global presence, the company supports researchers and process engineers in universities and industries in various fields of nanotechnology and materials science.
Waters Corporation, a specialty measurement company, has pioneered chromatography, mass spectrometry, and thermal analysis innovations serving the life, materials, and food sciences for more than 60 years.