Luna Headquarters – Roanoke, VA
Luna’s headquarters are located in Roanoke, Va. The office is situated downtown Roanoke at the corner of 1st and Kirk Streets.
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301 1st Street, SW Suite 200
Roanoke, VA 24011
Lightwave Division – Blacksburg, VA
The Blacksburg location focuses on research, development, product manufacturing and administrative functions in fiber optic sensing and instrumentation, advanced materials, chemical/biochemical, and electronics research. The manufacturing facility houses a dedicated area for assembly of current optical fiber sensor products and signal processing systems, with other dedicated areas containing specialized equipment for the manufacturing of fiber optic gratings and thin films. Luna’s products are developed and manufactured in this location.
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3155 State St.
Blacksburg, VA 24060-6604
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Applied Research & Development – Charlottesville, VA
The Luna Charlottesville office opened in June 2001 and is collaborating with universities, industry and government to develop structural health monitoring and inspection systems, material systems, pharmaceuticals and biomedical technologies. Luna Charlottesville is located in a 16,800-square-foot technology development facility near the University of Virginia
with lab space that includes: Biomedical Research Lab, Drug Discovery Lab, Cell Culture Lab, an Optics, Sensors and Wireless Electronics Lab, Electromagnetics Lab, Machine Shop, Nondestructive Evaluation Lab, Material Performance Lab, Material Analysis Lab,Synthesis Lab, Material Formulation Lab and General Materials Research Lab. Learn more about living and working in Charlottesville
706 Forest St. Suite A
Charlottesville, VA 22903-5231
Applied Research & Development (Nanomaterials) – Danville, VA
In late 2004, Luna successfully launched a public-private partnership to establish a one-of-a-kind nanotechnology facility. Luna’s Danville facility is located in a late 19th century tobacco warehouse which has been transformed into a 24,000-square-foot, high-tech nanomaterial manufacturing and product development facility in Danville, Virginia. This project was brought to life through the collaborative efforts of federal, state and local governments, which included U.S. Senator John Warner, former Virginia Governor Mark Warner,U.S. Congressman Virgil Goode, the Virginia Tobacco Commission and the City of Danville
. The Danville facility is now considered to be a key manufacturing operation and application development center for carbon nanomaterials. The facility is uniquely equipped to produce the nanomaterials with exclusive intellectual property rights on manufacturing fullerenes and fullerene derivatives, as well as the use of these compounds to treat a wide range of diseases. Learn more about living and working in Danville
521 Bridge St.
Danville, VA 24541-1405
TeraMetrix – Ann Arbor, MI
In 2015 Luna acquired Picometrix, the first company to sell a commercially available terahertz system. Re-branded as TeraMetrix, and now manufacturing its 5th generation terahertz system, the Ann Arbor division of Luna is the world leader in deployment of pulsed terahertz equipment for online gauging. Deployed around the world in factories manufacturing everything from pharmaceuticals to asphalt shingles, the TeraMetrix terahertz products are recognized as the most advanced pulsed terahertz systems in the world. Beyond manufacturing, the TeraMetrix systems have been qualified for use in quality control of multiple specialty aircraft for the U.S. Department of Defense. With design, engineering, manufacturing, applications development, and outstanding customer support all under one roof, TeraMetrix is meeting the needs of the industrial, non-destructive testing, and research markets.
2725 S. Industrial Highway, Suite 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
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