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Report Examines the Programmes, Networks, Funding, Research Groups and Companies within the Industry

Research and Markets: Nanotechnology in the United Kingdom Report

Dublin, Ireland | Posted on March 26th, 2009

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanotechnology in the United Kingdom: Programmes, Networks, Funding, Research Groups and Companies" report to their offering.

UK has the world's first nanotechnology initiative, with a Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) National Nanotechnology Initiative (NION) announced in 1986, followed in 1988 by a four-year LINK Nanotechnology programme. Although dispersed research involving nanoscale science continued to be funded, this trailblazing spirit in nanotechnology tailed off sharply thereafter, allowing other countries to overtake in an area where the UK had to a certain extent led.

The UK still maintains a vibrant nanotechnology scene with groundbreaking research in companies and research groups. National action in nanotechnology is now cooridinated through the KTN (Nanotechnology) and the Technology Strategy Board is currently planning a new UK strategy for nano.

This 99 page report provides an in-depth analysis of companies, researchers, government bodies, networks and funding initiatives in the UK

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction
1.1 Nanotechnology in Europe
1.2 Nanotechnology in Asia-Pacific
1.3 Nanotechnology in North America
1.4 Nanotechnology in Central and South America
1.5 Nanotechnology in the Middle East and Africa
2 Commercialising Nanotechnology
2.1 Industry Structure
2.2 Key Challenges
2.3 Market Trends and Drivers
3 United Kingdom
3.1 Government Bodies
3.2 Research Centres
3.3 Networks
3.4 Universities
3.5 Companies

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/e60881/nanotechnology_in

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