Metalysis was founded in 2001 by the University of Cambridge and located in South Yorkshire, UK. Metalysis owns the global rights to a platform technology capable of producing a wide range of metals and alloys at a lower cost and with a smaller environmental footprint than traditional processes.
Axium NanoFibers developed a nanofiber eleoctrospinning process that can be used to produce a broad range of organic and inorganic nanofiber morphologies that can be assembled into multi-layered, integrated composites.
Axium NanoFibers currently focuses on silicon-based materials for battery anodes and the company also develops graphene-based fibers.
Germany-based Accurion was established in 2009 as a merger between Halcyonics and Nanofilm Technology. The company develops and supplies high-end Imaging Ellipsometry and Active Vibration Isolation equipment.
Israel-based Dotz Nano was established in 2014 to commercialize a graphene quantum dot production process developed at Rice University's Tour Labs.
Dotz Nano changed its focus at around 2018, and the company is not producing GQDs anymore - it is now using carbon QDs to create solutions for the tracking and anti-counterfeiting industries.