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Future Markets, Inc., the world's leading provider of nanotechnology and nanomaterials market research, has launched Nanotech, the world's first industry orientated nanotechnology magazine. The magazine exclusively focuses on the impact of nanotechnology on industry and products.
This unique industry focus is aimed at cutting through all the hype surrounding nanotechnology and highlighting real-world applications. Issue one includes:
• Graphene: Profiles of leading companies and producers
• Nanotechnology in the electronics industry
• Displays: How nanotech is driving the next generation of touchscreens and printable electronics
• The market for Nanoclays
• Nanotechnology in Japan: Nanotech in the 4th Basic Science and Technology Plan
• Nanotech in consumer goods
• Nanotechnology in the automotive industry
• Nanocoatings for the oil and gas industry
• Latest nanotech business news.
The first issue is available now at:
About Future Markets, Inc.
Future Markets Inc. is an advanced technology consultancy with a focus on the development and commercialisation of nanomaterials and nanotechnology. We provide global business intelligence and strategic consulting across a wide-range of technology sectors to industry, governments and investors worldwide. Future Markets, Inc. provides both publicly available and privately commissioned reports on commercial aspects of nanotechnology and other emerging technologies. Future Markets Inc., has worked in a wide variety of markets, from Plastics and Packaging to Environmental Technology, providing technology advice on all aspects of the realities of emerging technologies across all these markets.
Nanotech is a monthly publication on nanotechnology and business. The magazine is only available online and will provide the latest information to businesses, private investors and the research on nanotechnology and its impact on industry.
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