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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c65381 ) has announced the addition of On-Demand Nanotech to their offering.
On-Demand Nanotech takes an in-depth look at the new nanotechnologies that are redefining the manufacture of materials across a range of industries, from chips to healthcare.
The 20-page report covers innovation and investment in this rapidly evolving field, with a particular focus on breaking developments at startups and university research labs.
On-Demand Nanotech looks at more than 25 emerging innovations at university research labs, including Carnegie Mellon, Clemson, Purdue, Rice, UC Berkeley and UCLA. It also profiles several early-stage nanotechnology companies.
A detailed 2-page spread of market metrics reveals the quantitative dimensions of the nanotechnology market in venture investment and revenues. The report explores the key drivers influencing the innovation cycle, including university innovation and corporate R&D. It provides investors, policymakers and entrepreneurs with concise analysis of innovation, drawing on the input of expert investors and researchers working in the space. It also probes the development of nanoindustrial technologies, viewing them from several perspectives, including investment and market potential.
Our reports are intended to give venture capitalists, investment bankers and entrepreneur's independent, in-depth intelligence about startups and the lab innovations driving them. Many of these companies are having dramatic impacts on the market. That's why we pay close attention: understanding these technologies is critical to understanding their industries commercial markets.
On-Demand Nanotech gives readers useful business intelligence in clear, unfettered prose. It addresses several key questions, including: What are the market drivers for nanotech products and devices? What challenges are there for current technologies and businesses developing competing nanotechnology products? In addition, the report examines cutting-edge R&D alongside market strengths and weaknesses of several leading public companies competing in this space, including BASF, DuPont, GE, HP, IBM and Intel.
Our analysis goes beyond that of technology-transfer reports and digs deep into the business and financial dimensions involved in moving a new product to market. On-Demand Nanotech offers a rich synthesis of public and private market developments, making it a must-read for investors, policy makers, entrepreneurs and researchers in a market where all too often the information and data is fragmented and incomplete.
* Biometric Recognition
* Carnegie Mellon University
* Ciespace Corporation
* Clemson University
* DesignAdvance, Inc.
* FEI Company
* Flexible Nanoskins
* GVD Corp
* Purdue University
* Reactive Nanotech
* Rice University
* Sensor Webs
* Sight Fibers
* University of California at Berkeley
* University of California at Los Angeles
* Xerox PARC
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