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Helmut Kaiser Consultancy updated a worldwide study in may 2007 about the worldwide developments of nantechnology applications. From improvements to innovations.

Silent Growth Of Nanotechnology Application In Every Industry Worldwide

Switzerland | Posted on May 16th, 2007

Nanotechnology leads to ANOTHER WORLD not a new world!!
New book by Helmut Kaiser with the title "Another World"

http://www.hkc22.com/Molecularindustry.html
We are on the way to "another world" in this century. Converging technologies like Nanotechnology - Biotechnology-Neural technology ( cognitive science ) Infomatics - Information - Robotics - Atom technologies will lead into Molecular technologies and Atom technologies.

Atoms and molecules are the building blocks of everything. (nano is only a measurement, bio only means life..) Shaping molecules and atoms will be the key process for the production and design of products, processes and services. The impact will be in every industry and the whole life and living.

Today the state of science and processes are either unknown or underestimated in future-potentials and time to market. The future has started yesterday. There are companies supplying molecules, shaping molecules in life science, in water processes, energy, food, food processes, informatics and so on.....

Universities, companies and governments working on the new developments and technologies. 1600 companies arround the world, 2000 research institutes, and the governments are spending 24 billion US $ in 2003 with an increase of about 8 percent per year for the next 10 years and further.The market volume will be more than 890 billion US $ by 2015.

Yes, the molecular manufacturing poses new environmental and society questions and risks. For better or for worse is an open question - the world is in transition faster than ever before. It will not be a new world it will be another world.

This report describes and analyzes the converging technologies, sciences, markets, industries and societal impacts, the chances and risks and the future potentials.

The report is made in modules for any readers wanting the bottom line,

for investors wanting to know the future investment potentials , for companies wanting to know the future markets

and governments to act or react of this rapid and silent revolution. Only the spectrum of the mentioned technologies

and sciences that operate and manipulate molecules and atoms together create new applications, products, services and value. These are the converging technologies.

For more information pls go to
http://www.hkc22.com/molecularindustry.html
Homepage http://www.hkc22.com

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About Helmut Kaiser Consultancy
Helmut Kaiser Consultancy - founded in 1980 - elaborates exclusive international strategies, schemes, technology/market studies, and special studies for concerns, small and midsized enterprises, and government agencies. It has a professional team of engineers, economists and scientists from various different fields (biology, physics, and chemistry).

HKC is one of the leading knowledge based companies in Life Science, Environmental Protection, Sustainable Technologies and the State of Science Worldwide and their Developments.

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