Adámas Nanotechnologies
Brilliant Diamond Solutions

A nanodiamond toolkit for advanced technologies


Bioconjugated Fluorescent Nanodiamond

Photostable, non-toxic probes with NV and NVN centers for faster imaging and groundbreaking longitudinal research

Functionalized Fluorescent Nanodiamond

Multicolor functionalized fluorescent nanodiamonds with NV and NVN centers for imaging and quantum sensing

Fluorescent Agents

Microdiamond with unique spectroscopic signatures for brand protection and product tracking

Single Photon Emitters

Single Photon Emitters with nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers for quantum optics and photonics

Detonation Nanodiamond

Polymer composites, galvanic coatings with improved mechanical properties Super-finish polishing

5 nm Nanodiamond Suspensions

Additives to enhance material properties; carriers in drug delivery research

D-TRIBO™ Lubricant Additives

Increased fuel efficiency and decreased wear of engines

Seeding for CVD Diamond Films

Nanodiamond precursors for growth of defect free CVD diamond films

Boron Doped Nanodiamond

Semiconductive nanodiamond for growth of boron doped diamond films

Why Adámas?

Adámas is an industry leader in nanodiamond technology.

Adámas’ scientists have contributed to over 20 patents and authored over 200 articles on nanodiamond technology.

Adámas is a trusted vendor. We have supplied nanodiamond products to customers from over 30 countries for over 9 years.

Adámas has a proven record of accomplishments in research on biomedical applications of nanodiamonds (3 SBIR awards from the National Institute of Health)

Latest News


May 31st, 2019: International Orders Online

Customers outside of the US can now order products through the website. Feel free to contact us for questions or custome orders.

April 20th, 2019: Adámas finishes I-Corps program

Adámas successfully completed the NIH I-Corps program to explore market needs that can be addressed by diamond’s photostability. Stay tuned for application specific updates!


July 1st, 2019: Invited Talk on NanoStructures
Dr. Olga Shenderova of Adámas delivered an invited talk at the ACNS’2019 14th International Conference on Advanced Carbon NanoStructures in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

May 8th, 2019: Adámas participates in 8th South African Conference on Photonic Materials

Olga Shenderova delivered an invited talk “Fluorescent Diamond Particles: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications” at the 8th South African Conference on Photonic Materials (SACPM2019) that took place on 6 – 10 May 2019 at Kariega Game Reserve, South Africa http://events.saip.org.za/event/SACPM2019. It was an incredible experience of being exposed to African nature and culture. The warm hospitality of the SACPM2019 organizers is highly appreciated.


August 15th, 2019: Debina Diagnostics Article using Adámas material

Debina Diagnostic and its collaborator’s work “Biocompatibility studies of fluorescent diamond particles-(NV)∼800nm (part V): in vitro kinetics and in vivo localization in rat liver following long-term exposure” is a very important step in using these reagents for small animal studies. We were proud to provide material and support for this vital work. DOI: 10.2147/IJN.S209663

July 15th, 2019: Article in Small

Our review article “A Perspective on Fluorescent Nanodiamond Bioimaging” has been published in Small.

June 6th, 2019: Nanoscale Article

Our article “Brilliant blue, green, yellow, and red fluorescent diamond particles: synthesis, characterization, and multiplex imaging demonstrations” has been published in Nanoscale. We are taking preorders for 100nm nanodiamonds with “yellow” fluorescence (combination of red NV centers and green NVN centers within individual particles. Please contact us at info@adamasnano.com


July 30th, 2019: Adámas Receives New Patent
U.S. Patent 10,364,389, Issued July 30, 2019, “Fluorescent Diamond Particles”

May 14th, 2019: Adámas Receives New Patent

U.S. Patent 10,287,495, Issued May 12, 2019, “Photoluminescent nanodiamond material”

March 8th and 12th, 2019: Adámas received two new patents:

U.S. Patent 10,226,406, Issued March 12, 2019, “Light Attenuating Formulations” and U.S. Patent Notice of Allowance March 8, 2019, “Fluorescent Diamond Particles”