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First Nanotech Market Analysis that Separates Hype from Real
Posted on May 17, 2006
Artech House today announced the publication of Nanotechnology Applications and Markets by Lawrence D. Gasman of NanoMarkets LC. Discover nanotech opportunities the smart way with the first “down to business” market analysis that separates commercial reality from hype and offers the tools needed to forecast nanotech’s impact on any company. This professional-level book spotlights the most viable R&D now taking root, what nano-enabled products will likely emerge in what industries first, and what timeframes can be expected before market rollout. Professionals gain a rich understanding of technical, business and legal essentials, and a solid framework for assessing commercial potential without either overheated expectations or overcautious pessimism.
This indispensable resource focuses on the best nanotech-driven opportunities arising in the computer/electronics, medical/biotech, and energy industries — from nano-engineered microchips and fuel cells to nano-enabled drug discovery and delivery. Professionals see where the “low hanging fruit” will be and won’t be in each field, and how nanotech will change each industry. The book also highlights nano-enabled advances taking place in such diverse industries as textiles, specialty chemicals, automotive, aerospace, agriculture, and building materials. What’s more, a unique and well-detailed “impact assessment audit” helps readers identify how nanotech may soon change their company’s products, R&D, and production processes, and what new opportunities or threats to their business may emerge as the result of nanotech. Rounding out the coverage are extensive resource lists for further research in this up-and-coming sector.
Nanotechnology Applications and Markets is available now from Artech House, a leading publisher of books and software for professionals in high-technology industries.
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