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Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c49ead/medical_nanotechno) has announced the addition of the "Medical Nanotechnology: Industry Overview and Potential" report to their offering.
Nanotechnology is widely considered to be one of the most promising technologies of the 21st century.
Nanotechnology is already being used in products in its passive form, such as cosmetics and sunscreens, and it is expected that in the coming decades, new phases of products, such as better batteries and improved electronics equipment, will be developed and have farreaching implications.
While nanotechnology refers to a set of technologies that are being applied to numerous existing industries, this report focuses on the application of nanotechnology to one industry: life sciences. In this report, these applications are collectively referred to using the term medical nanotechnology.
This report examines the various roles nanotechnology plays in the pharmaceutical industry. The new field of nanomedicine has major potential with new advances, as covered in this report.
Key Topics Covered:
Nanotechnology in the Field of Medicine
Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Systems
Nanotechnology in Therapeutics
Nanotechnology in Medical Implants and Medical Materials
Nanotechnology in Analytical Tools and Instruments
Nanotechnology in Diagnostics
Nanotechnology and Contraception
Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine
Nanotechnology and Diabetes
Classifying Companies in Medical Nanotechnology
Understanding Neuron Communication with Nanotechnology
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