The Nano-Network of New Mexico supports the exchange and dissemination of knowledge vital to people and organizations interested in the commercialization of nanotechnologies emanating from New Mexico-based knowledge-capital and organizations.
NanoAssociation for Natural Resources and Energy Security (NANRES) is a membership industry association founded to promote nanotechnology's role in energy and the environment. With a strong cross-sector industry base that shares a collective interest and voice in advancing nanotechnology in the U.S. marketplace, NANRES is poised to address the pressing natural resource and energy security challenges facing the US in the 21st century.
This project uses econometric methods to estimate the impact of nanoscale science and technology (nano S&T) research, and associated interdisciplinary research, directly on firms' entry and success and hence on U.S. economic growth, standard of living, and competitiveness.
The NanoBusiness Alliance is the first industry association founded to advance the emerging business of nanotechnology and Microsystems. The NanoBusiness Alliance's mission is to create a collective voice for the emerging small tech industry and develop a range of initiatives to support and strengthen the nanotechnology business community
The Nano Cafes are sponsored by members of the Citizens' Coalition on Nanotechnology, in cooperation with faculty in the UW-Madison Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center. The Nano Cafe provides a casual atmosphere in which people who don't know a lot about nanotechnology can listen to experts, ask questions and share concerns.
The NanoComputer Dream Team is a nonprofit, International Educational Organization, utilizing the World Wide Web, with the objective of fostering a collaborative environment for the creative development of Nanotechnology.
The intellectual merit of this NSF-funded program is based on the creation of new knowledge in four areas: (a) the synthesis and extension of existing knowledge about ethical issues in nanotechnology research and applications; (b) the synthesis and extension of existing knowledge about environmental, health, safety, and security impacts of nanotechnology; (c) documentation of the levels and changes over time of the geographic distribution within the US and among countries of nanotechnology-related patents; and (d) development and validation of the empirical relevance for policy, research, and public information of NanoIndicators.