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Advances In Instrumentation Technologies Are Increasingly Impacting The Future Of Nanotechnology

London | Posted on June 23rd, 2010

Nanotools enable imaging, quantification, fabrication, and modeling of a substance/material at the nano level. Several institutions and enterprises including government, private investors, corporate, and academic organizations are funding research-based operations, to develop applications incorporating nano-scale technologies. Nanotools market in the United States is witnessing growth in intellectual property litigations owing to patent infringements. Advances in instrumentation technologies are increasingly impacting the future of nanotechnology. Instruments encompass "nanotools" that aid in observing, measuring, and engineering nanostructures.

Nanotools are used in the visualization of biomedical samples, which intensify the drug discovery process at nano level. Increasing corporate R&D activities and the growing number of new applications in the biomedical sector are expected to bolster the market for nanotools. In the research industry, nanotools are used to fulfill specific necessities such as enhancing functionality of products along with quality assurance.

These and other market data and trends are presented in "Nanotools: US Technology & Market Trends". Our reports are designed to be most comprehensive in geographic coverage and vertical market analyses.

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