Nanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights)

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This RS analyses the technological trends in nanofabrication and the nanodevice sector. It gives a comprehensive snapshot of some of the key emerging technologies related to this sector, and it outlines potential application areas that hold immense promise.

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Nanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyIntroduction and Key FindingsOverviewKey FindingsNanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Development Viewpoint--Trends and PerspectivesTechnology PrimerWhat is Self-Assembly?Why Is It of Interest?--Unearthing Technology's PotentialAssessment of Technology DevelopmentSelf-Assembly Research and Development--Objectives and Technology DependenciesInnovation Snapshot--Patterns and Trends in Ongoing R&D EffortsKey Technology TrendsAnalysis of Stakeholders--Their Role in Development and FundingPublic Sector--The GovernmentPrivate Sector--The Commercial ParticipantsAcademic Sector--The UniversitiesNanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights), Analysis of Technology Application and AdoptionApplications AssessmentApplications Development in the Near Term--Five to Ten YearsApplications Development in the Medium to Long Term--Ten to Twenty YearsFactors Influencing Technology AdoptionDriversChallengesNanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights), The Innovation Frontier--A Selective Profile of Research and Development EffortsSelf-Assembly-Based Nanofabrication--Ongoing Global Research3D Devices and Structures through ‘Fold-Up’ Self-Assembly--USAArray Patterning through Self-Assembly--USANanotubes Self-Assemble by Designs--JapanNonregular Self-Assembly Enhances Feature Complexity in Electronic Devices--USAReliability of Quantum Dot Self-Assembly Processes Improves--USASelf-Assembly by Design--USADNA Tetrahedra--EuropeSelf-Assembled Devices--Ongoing Global DevelopmentsDNA-Based Nanoelectronic Devices for Use in Computers--USAGermanium Quantum Dots for Computing Devices--USAMagnetic DNA-Coated Wires for Memory Devices--USANanoscale Batteries Built by Self-Assembling Viruses--USAResearch into Fault Tolerance in Self-Assembled Memory Devices--USARewritable Paper--JapanSelf-Assembled Muscle MEMS--USASelf-Assembled Nanotubes for Biocide--USASensor Uses Self-Assembled Material for Alcohol Detection--SpainNanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights), Selected Patents and Database of Key ParticipantsSelected PatentsKey Patents Related to this SectorOther Related PatentsDatabase of Key DevelopersAcademic ContactsOther Research ContactsNanofabrication and Nanodevice Technologies (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesSemiconductor Market and Semiconductor Equipment Market--World (1999 to 2006)Electronic Data Processing Contribution to Electronics Industry--World (1999 to 2006)Electronic Components Contribution to Electronics Industry--World (1999 to 2006)Medical and Industrial Equipment Contribution to Electronics Industry--World (1999 to 2006)Military R&D Expenditure--World (1999 to 2004)




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