Nanomaterials have established an appreciable market presence - $1 billion - mainly in the United States, Western Europe and Japan. By 2011, world demand for nanomaterials is forecast to reach $4.2 billion.
Surrey NanoSystems, a spinout from The University of Surrey which has developed a tool for manufacturing carbon nanotubes, has been recognised by an awards scheme that follows ground-breaking research by UK universities and technology companies.
The Nanomaterials Application Center at Texas State University-San Marcos announced that it will present "NanoBusiness 101" at the Dallas Convention Center on October 2 in Dallas, Texas as a kickoff to nanoTX'07.
BioForce Nanosciences, Inc. announced today that its Nano eNabler(tm) system has been named one of the 25 most innovative products of 2007 by the editors of the MICRO/NANO newsletter in the inaugural competition for products dedicated to micro and nanotechnology.
NanoBio Corporation, a biopharmaceutical company developing novel anti-infective topicals and mucosal vaccines to treat and prevent serious infections, today announced the addition of four new scientists to its drug development team.
Celsia Technologies today named George Meyer as the new chief operations officer of the company. In his new role, Meyer will be responsible for developing Celsia's technology and overseeing engineering and global operations.