Our Associations

Past & Present Alliances

Our services and business solutions are strengthened by alliances with leading technology partners.

 nDure Technologie, Australia

 It is an advanced materials company active in consulting, developing, sourcing & commercialization of novel  technologies

Cinvestav, Mexico

It is a high end research center in Natural Sciences, Life Sciences and Health, Technology and Engineering Sciences and Social Sciences and Humanities departments.

NNFC, Korea

would provide the best equipment/ facility/ process services to all kinds of users


It develops and produces Mask Aligner and Spin Coater equipment required by laboratories and companies related semi-conductor, MEMS, Bio element and Nano Technologies.

Mezhregionsservis Ltd., Russia

It manufactures and supplies the Power Stations which are designed for power supply that are principally important components for different kinds of armament, space technology and national economy.

NanoScience Innovation Pte Ltd, Singapore

Being a part of its technology development activities, has developed a patented Hybrid-plasma system to produce nanoparticles and disperse the same in liquid media and has specialized in producing Ceria nanoparticles as a Fuel Borne Catalyst which has resulted into engine efficiencies along with reduction in various emissions.

CMTI, india

CMTI is an R & D organization focusing its efforts mainly on harnessing know-how in the manufacturing technology sector to practical purposes and assisting technological growth in the country. CMTI has the role of being a Catalyst and a Key Player in manufacturing technology growth in the country.

Teri-deakin nanobiotechnology center, India

The Centre has been making significant strides in developing nanonutrients, nanopesticides and nanoformulations. Keeping in mind deteriorating soil health, growing demand of food, water safety are the biggest challenges, the Centre is uniquely poised to develop path breaking technologies using biologicals interwoven with nanotechnologies and biocompatible materials. Such activities are being pursued jointly through strategic collaborations with Deakin University and partners worldwide