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Nanomagnetics - International Technology & Market Trends

Ireland | Posted on January 4th, 2010

Nanotechnology is usage of systems, devices and materials by variation of matter at scales below 100 nanometers. Nanotechnology is applied in nanotools, nanodevices and nanomaterials.

Nanomaterials designed using Nanotechnology are applicable in biological field for treatment of cancer; environmental field to conserve energy in lightening and improve the efficacy of catalysts; mechanical field to enhance the potency of devices; and in the field of electronics to create potent computers. Nanomagnetics is one of the applications of Nanotechnology.

Nanomagnetic product markets are growth oriented because of the increasing demand for Nanotechnology. The products are the result of inventions and increasing research and development activities in Nanotechnology. Thin film products grab a greater percentage share in the global market because of their application in storage media, which has a greater demand in the future. Particulate products are next to thin films because of their demanding increase in diagnostic and other biotechnology applications.

Nanomagnetic materials, particles and products are applicable in wide areas relating to biotechnology, storage media, diagnostics, and others. The end use markets are categorized under storage media, biotechnology, and industrial products.

These and other market data and trends are presented in "Nanomagnetics: International Technology & Market Trends" by BizAcumen, Inc. This report is designed to be the most comprehensive in geographic coverage and vertical market analyses.

Key Topics Covered: METHODOLOGY - Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations - Disclaimers - Quantitative Techniques & Reporting Level GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK TRENDS AND ISSUES - Demand For Nanomagnetic Devices - Demand for Read Heads - MRAM Chips PRODUCT FACTS - Nanomagnetics - Particulate Products - Bulk Materials - Thin Films - End-Use Sectors TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS/ BREAKTHROUGHS - Nanoscale Magnets to Improve Magnetic Storage Devices - New Nanomagnetic Technology Developed for Works of Art - Cells Manipulated with Magnetic Nanowires - Spintronics - Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd. Introduces Advanced Technology for Filling Alumina Nanoholes - Nanomagnetic Particles for Treatment of Hearing Impairments - LBNL Demonstrates Environmental Use Of Magnetic Fluids - Magnetic Field Based-NEMS Devices Investigated - Nanocompass Formed From Iron Oxide - Nanocrystalline Materials Produced for Power Electronics - Nanomagnetic Transformer Material Characterized - Nanostructuring Enables Ultra High- Density Magnetic Storage - Self-Assembled Nanocrystals Could Boost Storage Density 100-Fold - Magnetic Particles Could Remove Toxins From Blood - Magnetic Nanoparticles Designed For In-Vivo Bioseparations - Magnetic Separations Applied To Environment - Magnetic Fluids Could Repair Damaged Retinas - MRI Transformed into Cancer Treatment Instrument - Core-Shell Particles Designed for Tumor Destruction - Cobalt Nanoparticles Engineered for Anthrax Detection - MRI Contrast Agent Can Image Brain Tumors - Clinical Trials Explore Blood Vessel Imaging - Magnetic Tweezers Could Serve As Surgical Tool CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS - Ohio Researchers Develop Magnetic Nanoparticles for Detecting Bacteria - Veeco Instruments Releases Innovative PV-Series Thermal Deposition Sources - Cortex Biochem Introduces Labor-Saving Magnetic Separator - Polysciences Launches Highly Uniform Magnetic Microspheres - Fujitsu Unleashes Advanced Interconnect Technology for Logic LSI Devices - Alps Electric Unveils New Line of Geomagnetic Sensors - Magnabeat Releases New Series of Thermoresponsive Magnetic Nanoparticles - Alps Electric Develops New Analog Linear Output Type Magnetic Sensor - Magnetec Develops Cool Blue Cores - Magnetec Develops High-Saturation NANOPERM LM Cores MAJOR PLAYERS - Ademtech SA (France) - Alps Electric Co., Ltd. (Japan) - Amag Pharmaceuticals Inc. (US) - Bangs Laboratories, Inc. (US) - Bayer Schering Pharma AG (Germany) - Biophan Technologies, Inc. (US) - Cathay Pigments (USA) LLC - Cathay Magnetics (US) - Chemagen Biopolymer-Technologie AG (Germany) - Dowa Holdings Co., Ltd. (Japan) - EMD Biosciences, Inc. (US) - Ferrotec (US) Corporation (US) - Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd. (Japan) - Headway Technologies, Inc. (US) - Hitachi Metals, Ltd. (Japan) - IBM Corp. (US) - IBM Research Centers Nanoscience (US) - Immunicon Corporation/Veridex (US) - Liquids Research Ltd. (UK) - MACH I Inc. (US) - Magforce Nanotechnologies GmbH (Germany) - MAGNETEC GmbH (Germany) - Micromod Partikeltechnologie GmbH (Germany) - Nanobiomagnetics, Inc. (US) - NVE Corp. (US) - Polysciences, Inc. (US) - Quantum Design (US) - Triton Biosystems, Inc. (US) - Vacuumschmelze GmbH & Co. KG (Germany) - WD Media, Inc. (US) MARKET ANALYTICS REGIONAL OVERVIEW COMPANIES PROFILED

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