Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd (CNT Ltd)
CNT is an innovation management and nanotechnology consulting company based in Cambridge, UK.
The CNT Ltd helps companies, academic, and government institutions to develop world-class innovative solutions for nanomaterials related R&D and IPR strategy, partnership, products, technologies, funding, and markets. CNT Ltd is specialised in carbon nanomaterials R&D consulting and collaborative R&D project management, including exploitation and dissemination management, consortium, and supply chain building. CNT has done a number of patent landscaping and market research analysis studies regarding the production and use of various nanomaterials helping to link inventors and technology developers with end-users and investors.
CNT Ltd has been involved in the following European funded projects: UltraWire (www.ultrawire.eu), NanoLeap (https://cordis.europa.eu/) and current projects, EPPN Project (www.eppn.eu); n-TRACK (www.n-track.eu); Oyster (www.oyster-project.eu); M3DLoC (www.m3dloc.eu); Genesis (www.genesis-h2020.eu) ; and Repair3D (www.repair3d.eu) as well as Innovate UK projects: UltraMAT (www.ultramat.co.uk) and GRAPHOSITE (www.graphosite.co.uk).
The CNT Ltd is a leader of two private consortiums: Nano-Carbon Enhanced Materials (NCEM) and the new Advanced Materials for Additive Manufacturing (AMAM) with members coming from leading multinational companies and research institutions.
Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd (CNT Ltd) was the UltraWire partner leading the Dissemination and Exploitation of the Project.
CNT has created a virtual exhibition place dedicated to support commercialisation of nanomaterial applications called nanoMATexpo (www.nanomatexpo.net), Here you can visit the Projects developing various nanomaterials applications or browse the exhibition place under various Thematics, The Virtual Expo tool has been created to boost exploitation and dissemination activities of the collaborative R&D projects where CNT participate.
In March 2019 CNT Ltd opened a sister company CNT Innovation (www.cnt-innovation.com) based in Brussels, Belgium, with the aim to support and complement their work, especially in European related activities.