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Nanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryCorporate ResearchCorporate ResearchBasic Research and SpinoffsBasic Research and SpinoffsNovel ResearchNovel ResearchNanodevices on the MarketNanodevices on the MarketMotivators: Incentives and InitiativesMotivators: Incentives and InitiativesNanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), IntroductionIt’s a Small; Small World: TerminologyNanoQuantumNano Background: Discoveries and Advances“There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom”Finding the ToolsDecade of ProgressStatus in 2000Nanofabrication: Synthesis and Assembly“Bottom Up” and “Top Down”Manipulation and Self-AssemblyCritical IssuesWhat Being ‘Nano’ Does to the PropertiesSome Properties Unique to Nanostructured MaterialsImplications for ComputersApplications of NanostructuresIn Dispersions; Coatings and Large-Surface-Area ApplicationsIn Electronics; Semiconductors and Optical DevicesIn Composite MaterialsFor Biological and Medical DevicesNano R&DModeling and SimulationSupport for R&D: Government InitiativesNanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), The Major PlayersLeaders in Nanodevices ResearchLeaders in Nanodevices ResearchNanotube ResearchNanodevicesNovel Research: Universities and National LaboratoriesCompanies with a Nanodevices ConnectionCompanies with a Nanodevices ConnectionIndustrial LabsCompanies At or Close to MarketStartups: Innovative Marketing for the Products of University Research and MoreNanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), Highlights of Some Current ResearchHighlights of Some Current ResearchHighlights of Some Current ResearchResearch Directed Toward an ApplicationCornell University: Nanofluidic Device for DNA SeparationKansas State University: A New Family of Nanocrystalline Inorganic Adsorbents and CatalystsLos Alamos National Laboratory: Nanocrystal Quantum Dot LasersPacific Northwest National Laboratory: A New Approach to Getting Nanotube Properties into CompositesUniversity of New Mexico/Sandia National Laboratories: Light Used to Control Size of NanoporesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Nanorods Self-Assemble into Network StructuresUniversity of Toronto: A New Tool for Nanoscale PatterningResearch Directed Toward Basic ScienceMcGill University: A Technique to Grow Conducting Plastic Nanowiresby Laser Vaporization Oklahoma State University: Nanotribologists Study Atomic-Scale FrictionPurdue University: Stabilizing NanoparticlesUniversity of Illinois at Chicago: Carbon Nanotubes Seed Growth of Polyhedral GraphiteUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Self-Assembled Nano-Capsules Resemble Artificial BacteriumUniversity of Oxford: One-Dimensional KI Single-Crystal WiresNanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), ConclusionsStatus of R&D for NanodevicesWhat Is Happening Now: Who; Where; WhatWhat Is Expected in the Next 5-10 YearsMarketsPresent CommercializationPotential for Commercialization in the Near FutureBeyond the Near Future: Time-to-Market for Other ApplicationsThe Big Picture: Nanodevices and the Next Industrial RevolutionNanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), GlossariesNano-Related Terms Nano-Related Terms AcronymsAcronymsNanodevices: Future Markets; Applications and Technology (Technical Insights), References and ResourcesReferencesBooksUS Government PublicationsUseful Journals and Other PeriodicalsOrganizationsOrganizationsPatentsPatentsSummary of Available Contacts for Major PlayersNanotubesNanodevicesNovel ResearchIndustrial LabsCompanies At or Close to MarketStartups: Innovative Marketing for the Products of University Research




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