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June 27th, 2004

NanoTech-Transfer Patent Database and Report Debuts

Abstract:
Licensing innovative technology patents is a proven way for major corporations to enter an emerging market or expand product lines for their core business. Right now, one of the hottest sectors for new patents, in a market with a big-upside potential, is in the field of nanotechnology. With thousands of patents and patents pending issued each year, it can be a challenge to stay on top of emerging opportunities. In a recent month for instance, the University of California system produced 16 patents issued or pending relating to nanotechnology.

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