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This comprehensive article covers the nanotechnology industry extensively. It explains the industry landscape as it stands today, the main investors, and the sectors that are expecting growth. The countries with the most nanotechnology patents are listed, with the U.S. being granted the largest number.

A Comprehensive Guide: The Future of Nanotechnology

Copenhagen, Denmark | Posted on September 13th, 2018

Valuer explains what nano enabled advances we can expect to see in the future, such as nanobots performing cellular repairs, and major advances in the sustainable energy sector. To conclude, over 40 research institutes and startups making the biggest advancements in nanotechnology are listed by individual sector.


Dubbed as the ‘fifth technology revolution‘, the main purpose of nanotechnology research is to create cleaner, better, cheaper, and smarter products. For now, nanotechnology hasn’t hit the mainstream but it’s definitely an industry to keep an eye on.

As of now, it’s still heavily in R&D with major players getting involved. But there is an increasing demand for more equipment and devices that utilize nanotech. But it’s held back by the cost of devices and products using this technology, and the lack of skilled professionals in the field.

But by the 2020s, we’ll see it popping up on our news feed a lot more. It’s around this time that we’ll start seeing nano-machines used in medicine, and nano based products becoming more widespread.

The future advances, we can expect to see in the next 5 to 20 years, will bring an unprecedented changes to different industries. We can expect to see the biggest changes in the healthcare sector, automotive industry, cosmetics, construction and many more.

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