Nanobiz, LLC offers decades of experience to help clients grow their businesses by expanding existing markets and identifying and capturing profitable new markets and applications. Nanobiz provides clients with a broad range of integrated services - from concept validation to market segmentation, from strategy to execution, from gap analysis to M&A support.
Charles Brumlik, J.D., Ph.D., Managing Director of Nanobiz, LLC, advises multinational corporations, investors, startups, and governments on technology assessment and commercialization.
Dr. Brumlik is focused on commercialization, due diligence, and technology sourcing in alternate energy, materials, cleantech and nanotechnology. Application areas include membranes, separations, chemical functionalization, ultrafine particles, high surface area materials, cermets, displays, solid state lighting, sensors, and electronics. As a business attorney, he advises international technology companies, startups, and venture capital groups. At ExxonMobil, Honeywell, and a Princeton law firm, he specialized in transactional and patent issues in chemistry and materials science commercialization for corporations, academia, and governments.
Commencing with his Ph.D. dissertation "Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials," at Texas A&M, Dr. Brumlik has over 20 years of experience working with nanotechnology. As a postdoctoral student at Colorado State University, he published widely on creating and testing materials, devices and systems in the nano and meso scales. He also collaborated with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and international academic, government, and corporate research groups.
iRAP provides industry-market research analyses and technical-economic assessments of business opportunities and technology commercialization for corporations and institutions. iRAP conducts market research and industry analysis in current and new-generation technologies and products.
Dr. Thomas Abraham is Principal of Innovative Research and Products, Inc. He has 20 years of experience as a market researcher, starting as Director of Advanced Materials Group at Business Communications Co. (BCC) in Norwalk, CT, and later becoming its Vice President of Research. He is experienced both as a materials scientist and a technical economic analyst in the field of advanced and nano materials. Dr. Abraham has completed over 50 multi-client market research studies in new-generation technologies and products. He has organized 10 international conferences in high-tech adhesives, fine and nano powders, nanoparticles, nanotechnology and nanomaterials.
One of the most important studies Dr. Abraham undertook was for the Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress on the "Strategies for Advanced Ceramic Materials in the U.S." He has also conducted technology transfer and commercialization studies for several companies and major laboratories such as Sandia National Laboratory.