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First comprehensive survey of Israel's developing 'nanotech landscape'
Leading U.S. Journal Publishes Current Study of Israeli Nanotech R&D Activities
Ramat Hasharon, Israel | Posted on March 27th, 2007
Nanotechnology Law & Business, a leading American journal, has published the first comprehensive summary of Israeli nanotech R&D activities. The article covers a broad range of current business, investment and legal topics relating to Israeli nanotechnology, including public and private funding policies, national research strengths, cultural issues and key aspects of technology transfer and intellectual property laws.
The article was authored by Bob Rosenbaum, a leading Israeli nanotechnology consultant, together with Mariana Ardetz, Dr. Daphne Getz, Dr. Daniel Shefer and Dr. Amnon Frenkel, widely respected technology researchers at the Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies located at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, and with Heather A. Stone, a partner in the law firm of Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co. who specializes in technology, venture capital, and intellectual property areas.
"We're very pleased to see this publication in the NLB Journal." said Bob Rosenbaum, who directs the Small Advantage consultancy. "The article distills the efforts of many people, experts in their fields, and it's truly the first comprehensive study of its kind. We hope that it will prove useful to those who seek reliable background information on Israeli nanotech."
The article helps to put Israeli nanotechnology capabilities and goals into a global perspective which can be clearly understood by business, manufacturing and IP stakeholders. Also included in the article is a unique high-level review of Israel's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) for the emerging nanotechnology arena.
The article appears in Volume 4.1 (March 2007) of the NLB journal and can be accessed at http://www.nanolabweb.com .
About Nanotechnology Law & Business
Nanotechnology Law & Business (NLB) is a peer reviewed journal devoted to the legal, business, and policy aspects of small scale technologies. NLB provides valuable expert insights and analysis for all professionals involved in these fast-developing fields.
Small Advantage is a high tech marketing and business development consultancy that provides solutions in strategic communications, product differentiation, technical marketing, and channel building. Directed by Bob Rosenbaum, the firm provides marketing know-how for the advanced materials, IT and telecoms sectors, and offers unique expertise in emerging nanotechnologies.
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