nanoComposix will be exhibiting at the Society of Toxicology National Meeting in New Orleans, March 14–16, 2016

San Diego, CA, March 9, 2016 – nanoComposix, Inc., will be exhibiting at the 55th Society of Toxicology in New Orleans, March 14–16, at booth #513. There will be scientists there to help you with your questions or on projects using nanotechnology materials, nanomaterial characterization services, and products for applications such as in vitro and in vivo nanotoxicology, antimicrobial coatings, cell imaging, molecular detection, lateral flow, plasmonic color and pigments, and cancer therapy. We will also have product offers for those visiting us at SOT to assist you with your projects.

nanoComposix focuses on providing a wide range of precisely engineered, highly characterized nanoparticles and materials. Our Biopure nanoparticles are concentrated, free of residual reactants, sterile and endotoxin-free.  Selected by the OECD, NIH, FDA, and NIST as nanotoxicology reference materials, each batch is guaranteed to meet your specifications. NanoComposix has over 400 peer reviewed publications using our nanomaterials.  Visit us to learn more about our new copper oxide and silver nanocubes nanomaterials.

About nanoComposix

NanoComposix is a privately-held life science tools company that develops, manufactures, and markets high quality, versatile, and innovative nanoparticle technologies for the development and improvement of products used in research assay, diagnostic, and therapeutic markets. nanoComposix’s latest innovations improve the capabilities of end users, developers, and suppliers to utilize the growing wide variety of nanoparticles for research and diagnostic life science assays and pharmaceuticals. nanoComposix markets their products directly and through distributors and licensing partners worldwide.

March 08, 2016

nanoComposix presents a webinar on "Emerging Applications of Silver Nanoparticles in Biotechnology"

We recently presented a webinar to discuss the fundamentals of silver nanoparticle physics, the effect of the nanoparticle’s surface on the stability, dissolution, and transport of the nanoparticles in biological systems, and both current and future biotechnology applications of silver nanoparticles. The webinar was hosted by Sigma Aldrich and a recorded version can be watched at the following link:
January 20, 2016

NIST releases nanoComposix Silver Nanoparticle Reference Standard

nanoComposix Supplies the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) a new silver nanoparticle reference material for researchers developing a growing number of consumer and industrial products.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released a new silver nanoparticle reference material based on nanoComposix’s silver nanoparticles (see NIST Press Release). The new NIST test material is believed to be the first of its kind to stabilize reactive silver particles in a freeze-dried, polymer coated, nanoparticle cake for long-term storage. Nanoparticulate silver has a variety of uses including for a highly effective bactericide and is one of the most widely used nanomaterial in consumer products. These consumer products include socks and shoe liners (to reduce odor), stain-resistant fabrics, coatings for handrails and keyboards, and many other applications.  

Our silver nanoparticles have extraordinary properties at the nanoscale that are enabling a wave of innovative commercial products. Many of these new applications are in the field of bionanotechnology, where the strong interaction between silver nanoparticles and specific wavelengths of light is utilized for applications such as sensing, detection, imaging, lateral flow assays, diagnostics and therapeutics. We're now manufacturing these products under cGMP which allows our materials to be used in medical devices and nanomedicine applications.  

January 20, 2016

New Look, Same Great Products

We’ve been working hard on this website update and are thrilled to share it with all of you. We have torn down and rethought how to present everything, and we hope it means you will be able to find the information you need as quickly as possible. Here is a quick rundown of just some of the new features:

New product listing design makes it easy to scan our catalogNarrow down your selections with filtersTables help you decide which product is right for your applicationMobile-friendly design automatically resizes to fit your phone or tablet

This is just a tiny fraction of what’s new – take a look around, and don’t hesitate to contact us with feedback!

February 26, 2014