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Home > Press > NanoTech Map : the interactive map of nanotechnology in France

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NanoTech Map is the first interactive map of nanotechnology competencies in France (startups, companies, research centers...).

NanoTech Map : the interactive map of nanotechnology in France

France | Posted on February 4th, 2013

--- About the NanoTech Map ---
A new-energiy economy, performing and innovative products, an intelligent connected world or an improved resource efficiency of industrial production Here are some of the great challenges !

Nanotechnologies are a Key Enabling Technology that could substantially contributes to face these great challenges.

Nanotechnology is multidisciplinary, at the state of the art of both industrial and academic research and is a source of growth and jobs in many industrial sectors.

Innovation with nanotechnology is also very complex since it involves stakeholders as diverse as start-ups, large industries or research centers.

To favor crucial synergies among these parties and to increase the visibility of this novel ecosystem, the NanoThinking team has proposed the NanoTech Map ! This interactive map allows us to identify easily competencies in nanoscience and nanotechnologies in France.

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