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COVID-19 impact on Aluminum Heat Transfer Material Market Development, Importance and Forecast Report 2020| Alcoa, Granges, Applied Nanotech – Jewish…

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Report Hive Research has Published Latest Trending Report on Global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material Market

Chicago, United States:The report titledGlobal Aluminum Heat Transfer Material Marketis one of the most comprehensive and important additions to Report Hive Research archive of market research studies. It offers detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market. The market analysts authoring this report have provided in-depth information on leading growth drivers, restraints, challenges, trends, and opportunities to offer a complete analysis of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market. Market participants can use the analysis on market dynamics to plan effective growth strategies and prepare for future challenges beforehand. Each trend of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market is carefully analyzed and researched about by the market analysts.

Top Players of Aluminum Heat Transfer Material Market are Studied: Alcoa, Granges, Applied Nanotech, Kobe Steel, Norsk Hydro, Novelis, Wickeder Steel, Nantong Hengxiu,

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Global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material Market is estimated to reach xxx million USD in 2020 and projected to grow at the CAGR of xx% during 2020-2025. According to the latest report added to the online repository of Report Hive Researchthe Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market has witnessed an unprecedented growth till 2020. The extrapolated future growth is expected to continue at higher rates by 2025.

The Essential Content Covered in the GlobalAluminum Heat Transfer Material Market Report:

* Top Key Company Profiles. * Main Business and Rival Information * SWOT Analysis and PESTEL Analysis * Production, Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin * Market Share and Size

The report provides a 6-year forecast (2020-2025) assessed based on how the Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market is predicted to grow in major regions likeUSA, Europe, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia, South America, South Africa, Others.

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Market Overview:This is the first section of the report that includes an overview of the scope of products offered in the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market, segments by product and application, and market size.

Market Competition by Player:Here, the report shows how the competition in the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market is growing or decreasing based on deep analysis of market concentrate rate, competitive situations and trends, expansions, merger and acquisition deals, and other subjects. It also shows how different companies are progressing in the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market in terms of revenue, production, sales, and market share.

Company Profiles and Sales Data:This part of the report is very important as it gives statistical as well as other types of analysis of leading manufacturers in the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market. It assesses each and every player studied in the report on the basis of main business, gross margin, revenue, sales, price, competitors, manufacturing base, product specification, product application, and product category.

Market Status and Outlook by Region:The report studies the status and outlook of different regional markets such as Europe, North America, the MEA, Asia Pacific, and South America. All of the regional markets researched about in the report are examined based on price, gross margin, revenue, production, and sales. Here, the size and CAGR of the regional markets are also provided.

Market by Product:This section carefully analyzes all product segments of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market.

Market by Application:Here, various application segments of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market are taken into account for research study.

Market Forecast:It starts with revenue forecast and then continues with sales, sales growth rate, and revenue growth rate forecasts of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market. The forecasts are also provided taking into consideration product, application, and regional segments of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market.

Upstream Raw Materials:This section includes industrial chain analysis, manufacturing cost structure analysis, and key raw materials analysis of the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market.

Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors:Here, the research study digs deep into behavior and other factors of downstream customers, distributors, development trends of marketing channels, and marketing channels such as indirect marketing and direct marketing.

Research Findings and Conclusion:This section is solely dedicated to the conclusion and findings of the research study on the global Aluminum Heat Transfer Material market.

Appendix:This is the last section of the report that focuses on data sources, viz. primary and secondary sources, market breakdown and data triangulation, market size estimation, research programs and design, research approach and methodology, and the publishers disclaimer.

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People Noticed an Easy-to-Miss Detail Later in the MCU Calling Back to ‘Iron Man’ – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

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The technological brilliance of Tony Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to fascinate fans, even if no one in reality can really compete at that level.

MCU fans often scope out little details in the past Iron Man movies where Stark managed to do things almost beyond belief. Some might say technologies he created were beyond the scope of any human. Only a being with supreme intelligence could logically create a few things he did.

Recently, fans on social media found a little movie detail nobody noticed before. It relates to the arc reactor others struggled to evolve.

One of the things about Stark Industries somewhat crossing over into reality is nanotechnology. Many engineers and scientists in the real world have talked about and developed real nanotech being used now.

Even Robert Downey Jr. managed to go meta by teaming up with scientists to create nanobots designed to clean our worlds oceans. When everyone heard about that, some thought Downey would turn into a real Tony Stark, if only coming up with the fundamentals and not the engineering prowess.

In the MCU, Tony Stark was also into creating nano gadgets going beyond what the real world has. Maybe everyone will have the technologies he developed in the next decade. It was the arc reactor managing to go to this scale eventually, if taking some time.

For those who forgot what the arc reactor was, it was a power source co-created by Tony Starks dad (Howard Stark), mimicking the same powers as the Tesseract.

Remembering back to 2008s Iron Man, fans might remember when Stark Industries partner, Obadiah Stane, complained about how he was unable to reduce the arc reactor to fit his suit armor. It offered a bit of reality in how challenging it is to harness a piece of technology with tremendous power into a smaller scale.

A year later, a smaller version was created, albeit not on the nano level desired. The challenge was to make the reactor small enough to fit into something as small as a watch.

Sure enough, Tony Stark seemed to manage it. What makes this interesting is it was never announced in the movies. Only a keen-eyed fan scoped out the reactor in Starks watch eight years later in 2016s Civil War.

On Reddit, someone posted a screenshot from the film showing Starks watch with what appears to be the arc reactor on the watchs face.

Seeing a revolutionary technology Stark mastered in a scene without explanation proves how sharp the MCU creators are to details. How many other scenes might exist showing tech Stark created without any mention on-screen?

Fans might find a lot more later as viewers continue to scope out things while rewatching the films in COVID-19 quarantine. What they find would be worth looking at since it might even guess what kind of technologies the real world could see on the horizon.

You can usually find lists of real technologies being developed now everyone saw first in the Iron Man movies. For instance, the use of Starks exoskeleton to help paralyzed people be able to move normally is already being developed through a company called Esko Bionics.

Everyone should keep their eyes glued to the MCU movies for possible technological Easter eggs placed into each film, maybe viewable for no more than a few seconds.

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Research on Solar Panel Coatings Market (impact of COVID-19) with Top Players: Arkema, Fenzi SpA, NanoTech Products, Koninklijke DSM, PPG Industries,…

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Global Solar Panel Coatings Market: Trends Estimates High Demand by 2027

Solar Panel Coatings Market report 2020, discusses various factors driving or restraining the market, which will help the future market to grow with promising CAGR. The Solar Panel Coatings Market research Reports offers an extensive collection of reports on different markets covering crucial details. The report studies the competitive environment of the Solar Panel Coatings Market is based on company profiles and their efforts on increasing product value and production.

This Report covers the manufacturers data, including: shipment, price, revenue, gross profit, interview record, business distribution etc., these data help the consumer know about the competitors better. This report also covers all the regions and countries of the world, which shows a regional development status, including market size, volume and value, as well as price data.

The final report will add the analysis of the Impact of Covid-19 in this report Solar Panel Coatings industry.

Adapting to the recent novel COVID-19 pandemic, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global Solar Panel Coatings market is included in the present report. The influence of the novel coronavirus pandemic on the growth of the Solar Panel Coatings market is analyzed and depicted in the report.

Some of the companies competing in the Solar Panel Coatings market are: Arkema, Fenzi SpA, NanoTech Products, Koninklijke DSM, PPG Industries, and Unelko Corporation.

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The report scrutinizes different business approaches and frameworks that pave the way for success in businesses. The report used Porters five techniques for analyzing the Solar Panel Coatings Market; it also offers the examination of the global market. To make the report more potent and easy to understand, it consists of info graphics and diagrams. Furthermore, it has different policies and development plans which are presented in summary. It analyzes the technical barriers, other issues, and cost-effectiveness affecting the market.

Global Solar Panel Coatings Market Research Report 2020 carries in-depth case studies on the various countries which are involved in the Solar Panel Coatings market. The report is segmented according to usage wherever applicable and the report offers all this information for all major countries and associations. It offers an analysis of the technical barriers, other issues, and cost-effectiveness affecting the market. Important contents analyzed and discussed in the report include market size, operation situation, and current & future development trends of the market, market segments, business development, and consumption tendencies. Moreover, the report includes the list of major companies/competitors and their competition data that helps the user to determine their current position in the market and take corrective measures to maintain or increase their share holds.

What questions does the Solar Panel Coatings market report answer pertaining to the regional reach of the industry

The report claims to split the regional scope of the Solar Panel Coatings market into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America & Middle East and Africa. Which among these regions has been touted to amass the largest market share over the anticipated duration

How do the sales figures look at present How does the sales scenario look for the future

Considering the present scenario, how much revenue will each region attain by the end of the forecast period

How much is the market share that each of these regions has accumulated presently

How much is the growth rate that each topography will depict over the predicted timeline

A short overview of the Solar Panel Coatings market scope:

Global market remuneration

Overall projected growth rate

Industry trends

Competitive scope

Product range

Application landscape

Supplier analysis

Marketing channel trends Now and later

Sales channel evaluation

Market Competition Trend

Market Concentration Rate

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It provides pin point analysis of changing competition dynamics and keeps you ahead of competitors

It helps in making informed business decisions by having complete insights of market and by making in-depth analysis of market segments

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Chapter 1:Solar Panel Coatings Market Overview

Chapter 2: Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3:Solar Panel Coatings Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4: Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5: Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6: Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7: Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11: Solar Panel Coatings Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12: GlobalSolar Panel Coatings Market Forecast to 2027

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COVID-19: A doctor never too far with ‘Moveat’ – The New Indian Express

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Prapti Narula, a 31-year-old residentof Moti Bagh in New Delhi, was six-month pregnant when the lockdown was announced. Her first reaction was anxiety and fear. As a knee-jerk response, she began frantically calling her doctor to seek an immediate appointment. The voice onthe other side met Narulas frenzied chatter with composure. There is nothing to worry about. Well be in touch regularly throughout your third trimester via virtual meetings, said her doctor at Max Hospital, Gurgaon.

The substitution to online consultation has put a lot of worries that Narula, and women like her had to rest.

The shift could be forever Healthcare is set to fundamentally change. Telemedicine or e-consulting is being looked at as the future modus operandi for minor ailments such as cough, cold, fever, in addition to routine follow-ups. Most hospitals and doctors have already switched to these mediums as theyve noticed a behavioural shift in patients who dont only find these to be convenient but also cost-effective.

According to the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, the future of telemedicine will depend on (1) human factors, (2) economics and (3) technology. We can safely assume that developments in mobile communications, sensor devices and nanotechnology will alter the way that healthcare is delivered in the future. The growth and integration of information and communication technologies into healthcare delivery hold great potential for patients and providers in health systems of the future.

Safety is prioritised The rationalisation of remote care has been instilled in the minds of most people due to the fear of gettingthe contagion and peopleare relying on the faster tool of e-consultation with their doctor hence avoiding beingin a room or hall full of people who may be infected. Take for instance Nutritionist and Clinical Dietician Pooja Makhija who shuttered her clinic and switched to e-consulting about a week before the government announced a lockdown.

I didnt want to put my clients or my staff at the risk of contracting the virus. Besides, my work doesnt involve the touch and heal method as is the case with many other medical and alternative therapies. And luckily we have the technology by our side so I needed to make an auto-switch to e-consulting, says Makhija.

Virtual Future There has been a 250 percent rise in online gynaecological consultations, according to Practo Health Insights. A few in-person visits are required by expecting mothers for things such as ultrasounds or blood tests. The rest is for advice and instructions and largely to get questions answered. All this can easily be conducted online in the future too, says Ranjana Becon, Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrics, Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad.

Even for nutritional consulting, many are reaping the convenience of teleconsulting or making use of the online apps available. Makhija launched a new platform called Moveat, a gated WhatsApp community that helps people access her services as a nutritionist along with Yasmin Karachiwala, a celebrity fitness trainer. Karachiwala has interestingly been e-training Katrina Kaif, during the lockdown. Both professionals have come together to help people use their inherent immunity as the best weapon in their artillery.

Yasmin and I began working on Moveat more than a month ago, but we hastened to launch it now as this is the time our health is more important to us than it has ever been. Now it is difficult to get access to professionals like us and we thought WhatsApp is the most accessible medium of communication. So we clubbed nutrition and fitness training together, says Makhija. Moveat requires users to provide personal details, answer a questionnaire, and make a digital payment to signup.

With regards to minor ailments like cough, cold, fever and the likes, doctors believe the shift could be lasting. We hear out our patients and make a note of all their symptoms. In casesof sprains, aches and pains, inflammation, nose bleeding, minor respiratory illnesses, we can suggest medication online. Even diabetics can check their blood sugar at home and then consult us with regards to medications, says Dr Vijay Col Dutta, Internal Medicine Specialist, Indian Spinal Injuries Centre.

Roadblocks While the automatic recording of blood pressure on smartphones, monitoring of blood glucose and other vitals can be done by doctors without physical examination, e-consulting comes with itsset of challenges. Service awareness is the key as patients should be awarethat they can consult doctors online for which steady marketing campaigns needto be in place. Access toan affordable and speedy roadband connection is the biggest challenge to e-consulting in countries like India where the age and gender gapare seen in terms of internet usage. Another important concern is collection of the eimbursement or fee for which patients in ruralareas will need to be well versed with technology. They should also be adeptat using digital payment systems, which right nowis not the case.

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Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Solutions for COVID-19: Diagnostic Testing, Antiviral and Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces, Air-Borne Filtration,…

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Dublin, May 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Solutions for COVID-19: Diagnostic Testing, Antiviral and Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces, Air-Borne Filtration, Facemasks, PPE, Drug Delivery and Therapeutics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Nanotechnology and nanomaterials can significantly address the many clinical and public healthcare challenges that have arisen from the coronavirus pandemic. This analysis examines in detail how nanotechnology and nanomaterials can help in the fight against this pandemic disease, and ongoing mitigation strategies. Nano-based products are currently being developed and deployed for the containment, diagnosis, and treatment of COVID-19.

Nanotechnology and nanomaterials promise:

Report contents include:

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

2 Research Scope and Methodology 2.1 Report scope 2.2 Research methodology

3 Introduction

4 Diagnostic Testing 4.1 Nanotechnology and nanomaterials solutions 4.1.1 Current Diagnostic Tests for COVID-19 4.1.2 Emerging Diagnostic Tests for COVID-19 4.2 Nanosensors 4.2.1 Gold nanoparticles 4.2.2 Iron oxide nanoparticles 4.2.3 Graphene biosensors 4.2.4 Quantum dot barcoding 4.2.5 Carbon quantum dots 4.2.6 Carbon nanotubes 4.3 Market revenues 4.3.1 Market estimates adjusted to pandemic demand, forecast to 2030 4.4 Companies 4.5 Academic research

5 Antiviral and Antimicrobial Coatings and Surfaces 5.1 Nanotechnology and nanomaterials solutions 5.1.1 Nanocoatings 5.1.2 Applications 5.1.3 Anti-viral nanoparticles and nanocoatings 5.1.3.1 Reusable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 5.1.3.2 Wipe on coatings. 5.1.4 Graphene-based coatings 5.1.4.1 Properties 5.1.4.2 Graphene oxide. 5.1.4.3 Reduced graphene oxide (rGO) 5.1.4.4 Markets and applications 5.1.5 Silicon dioxide/silica nanoparticles (Nano-SiO2) -based coatings.. 5.1.5.1 Properties 5.1.5.2 Antimicrobial and antiviral activity 5.1.5.3 Easy-clean and dirt repellent 5.1.6 Nanosilver-based coatings 5.1.6.1 Properties 5.1.6.2 Antimicrobial and antiviral activity 5.1.6.3 Markets and applications 5.1.6.4 Commercial activity 5.1.7 Titanium dioxide nanoparticle based coatings 5.1.7.1 Properties 5.1.7.2 Exterior and construction glass coatings 5.1.7.3 Outdoor air pollution 5.1.7.4 Interior coatings 5.1.7.5 Medical facilities 5.1.7.6 Wastewater Treatment 5.1.7.7 Antimicrobial coating indoor light activation. 5.1.8 Zinc oxide nanoparticle-based coatings 5.1.8.1 Properties 5.1.8.2 Antimicrobial activity 5.1.9 Nanocellullose (cellulose nanofibers and cellulose nanocrystals)-based coatings 5.1.9.1 Properties 5.1.9.2 Antimicrobial activity 5.1.10 Carbon nanotube-based coatings. 5.1.10.1 Properties 5.1.10.2 Antimicrobial activity. 5.1.11 Fullerene-based coatings 5.1.11.1 Properties 5.1.11.2 Antimicrobial activity 5.1.12 Chitosan nanoparticle-based coatings 5.1.12.1 Properties 5.1.12.2 Wound dressings 5.1.12.3 Packaging coatings and films 5.1.12.4 Food storage 5.1.13 Copper nanoparticle-based coatings 5.1.13.1 Properties 5.1.13.2 Application in antimicrobial nanocoatings 5.2 Market revenues 5.2.1 Market revenues adjusted to pandemic demand, forecast to 2030. 5.3 Companies 5.4 Academic research

6 Air-Borne Virus Filtration 6.1 Nanotechnology and nanomaterials solutions 6.1.1 Photocatalytic nano-titanium dioxide 6.1.2 Nanofibers 6.1.3 Nanosilver 6.1.4 Nanocellulose 6.1.4.1 Cellulose nanofibers 6.1.4.2 Bacterial nanocellulose 6.1.5 Graphene 6.1.6 Carbon nanotubes 6.2 Market revenues 6.2.1 Market estimates adjusted to pandemic demand, forecast to 2030. 6.3 Companies 6.4 Academic research.

7 Facemasks and Other PPE 7.1 Nanotechnology and nanomaterials solutions 7.1.1 Nanofibers 7.1.2 Nanocellulose 7.1.3 Nanosilver 7.1.4 Graphene 7.1.5 Facemasks 7.1.6 Protective textiles 7.2 Market revenues 7.2.1 Market estimates adjusted to pandemic demand, forecast to 2030. 7.3 Companies 7.4 Academic research

8 Drug Delivery and Therapeutics 8.1 Nanotechnology and nanomaterials solutions 8.1.1 Products 8.1.2 Nanocarriers 8.1.3 Virus-like particles (VLPs) 8.1.4 Polymer nanoparticles 8.1.4.1 Chitosan nanoparticles 8.1.5 Liposomes 8.1.5.1 Lipid nanoparticles in RNA-based vaccines 8.1.6 Inorganic nanoparticles 8.1.6.1 Iron oxide nanoparticles 8.1.6.2 Quantum dots 8.1.6.3 Silver nanoparticles 8.1.6.4 Gold nanoparticles 8.2 Market revenues 8.2.1 Market estimates adjusted to pandemic demand, forecast to 2025 8.3 Companies 8.4 Academic research

9 Other Technologies 9.1 Disinfection chambers 9.2 Smart windows

10 References

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Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market estimated to grow high during forecast by Top Players like Access Pharmaceuticals, Camurus, Alkermes, Aquanova…

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The Global Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market report draws precise insights by examining the latest and prospective industry trends and helping readers recognize the products and services that are boosting revenue growth and profitability. The study performs a detailed analysis of all the significant factors, including drivers, constraints, threats, challenges, prospects, and industry-specific trends, impacting the market on a global and regional scale. Additionally, the report cites worldwide market scenario along with competitive landscape of leading participants.

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Leading Players in the Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market

Access Pharmaceuticals

Camurus

Alkermes

Aquanova

Celgene

Capsulution Pharma

The Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Industry is extremely competitive and consolidated because of the existence of several established companies that are adopting different marketing strategies to increase their market share. The vendors engaged in the sector are outlined based on their geographic reach, financial performance, strategic moves, and product portfolio. The vendors are gradually widening their strategic moves, along with customer interaction.

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Type of Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market:

Targeted Delivery

Drug Package

Application of Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market:

Cancer

Tumor

Other

Key Points from TOC:

1 Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market Overview

2 Company Profiles

3 Market Competition, by Players

3.1 Global Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Revenue and Share by Players

3.2 Market Concentration Rate

3.2.1 Top 5 Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Players Market Share

3.2.2 Top 10 Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Players Market Share

3.3 Market Competition Trend

4 Market Size by Regions

10 Market Size Segment by Type

10.1 Global Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Revenue and Market Share by Type

10.2 Global Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market Forecast by Type

10.3 On-Premise Revenue Growth Rate

10.4 Cloud-Based Revenue Growth Rate

11 Global Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market Segment by Application

11.1 Global Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Revenue Market Share by Application

11.2 Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Market Forecast by Application

11.3 Small and Medium Enterprises Revenue Growth

11.4 Large Enterprises Revenue Growth

13 Research Findings and Conclusion

14 Appendix

14.1 Methodology

14.2 Data Source

14.3 Disclaimer

14.4 About US

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Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size, Analytical Overview, Growth Factors, Demand, Trends and Forecast to 2026| Stryker Corporation, 3M,…

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LOS ANGELES, United States:The report on the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry is just the resource that players need to strengthen their overall growth and establish a strong position in their business. It is a compilation of detailed, accurate research studies that provide in-depth analysis on critical subjects of the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry such as consumption, revenue, sales, production, trends, opportunities, geographic expansion, competition, segmentation, growth drivers, and challenges.

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The report offers a complete company profiling of leading players competing in the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry with high focus on share, gross margin, net profit, sales, product portfolio, new applications, recent developments, and several other factors. It also throws light on the vendor landscape to help players become aware of future competitive changes in the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry.

Key Players Mentioned in the Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Research Report:Stryker Corporation, 3M, Abbott, Thermo Fisher Scientific, PerkinElmer, Inc., Starkey Hearing Technologies, Smith + Nephew, Dentsply International, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc., AAP Implantate AG

Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market by Type:Active Implantable Medical Equipments, Biochip, Portable Material

Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market by Application:Treatment Using, Diagnostic Using, Research Using

In the segmentation section of the report, the authors have elaborately presented key driving factors for different segments of the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry. The report offers a detailed research study on product type and application segments of the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry. The segmental analysis provided in the report is expected to help players and investors to identify lucrative growth pockets of the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry.

As part of geographic analysis of the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment industry, the report digs deep into the growth of key regions and countries, including but not limited to North America, the US, Europe, the UK, Germany, France, Asia Pacific, China, and the MEA. All of the geographies are comprehensively studied on the basis of share, consumption, production, future growth potential, CAGR, and many other parameters.

The report answers important questions that companies may have when operating in the global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment market. Some of the questions are given below:

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1 Report Overview 1.1 Study Scope 1.2 Key Market Segments 1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Revenue 1.4 Market Analysis by Type 1.4.1 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 2026 1.4.2 Active Implantable Medical Equipments 1.4.3 Biochip 1.4.4 Portable Material 1.5 Market by Application 1.5.1 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 2026 1.5.2 Treatment Using 1.5.3 Diagnostic Using 1.5.4 Research Using 1.6 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Industry Impact 1.6.1 How the Covid-19 is Affecting the Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Industry 1.6.1.1 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business Impact Assessment Covid-19 1.6.1.2 Supply Chain Challenges 1.6.1.3 COVID-19s Impact On Crude Oil and Refined Products 1.6.2 Market Trends and Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape 1.6.3 Measures / Proposal against Covid-19 1.6.3.1 Government Measures to Combat Covid-19 Impact 1.6.3.2 Proposal for Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Players to Combat Covid-19 Impact 1.7 Study Objectives 1.8 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends by Regions 2.1 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Perspective (2015-2026) 2.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Growth Trends by Regions 2.2.1 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Regions: 2015 VS 2020 VS 2026 2.2.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Historic Market Share by Regions (2015-2020) 2.2.3 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Forecasted Market Size by Regions (2021-2026) 2.3 Industry Trends and Growth Strategy 2.3.1 Market Top Trends 2.3.2 Market Drivers 2.3.3 Market Challenges 2.3.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis 2.3.5 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Growth Strategy 2.3.6 Primary Interviews with Key Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Players (Opinion Leaders)

3 Competition Landscape by Key Players 3.1 Global Top Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Players by Market Size 3.1.1 Global Top Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Players by Revenue (2015-2020) 3.1.2 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Revenue Market Share by Players (2015-2020) 3.1.3 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) 3.2 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Concentration Ratio 3.2.1 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI) 3.2.2 Global Top 10 and Top 5 Companies by Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Revenue in 2019 3.3 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players Head office and Area Served 3.4 Key Players Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Product Solution and Service 3.5 Date of Enter into Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market 3.6 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Breakdown Data by Type (2015-2026) 4.1 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Historic Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 4.2 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Forecasted Market Size by Type (2021-2026)

5 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Breakdown Data by Application (2015-2026) 5.1 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 5.2 Global Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Forecasted Market Size by Application (2021-2026)

6 North America 6.1 North America Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 6.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in North America (2019-2020) 6.3 North America Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 6.4 North America Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

7 Europe 7.1 Europe Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 7.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in Europe (2019-2020) 7.3 Europe Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 7.4 Europe Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

8 China 8.1 China Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 8.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in China (2019-2020) 8.3 China Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 8.4 China Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

9 Japan 9.1 Japan Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 9.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in Japan (2019-2020) 9.3 Japan Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 9.4 Japan Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

10 Southeast Asia 10.1 Southeast Asia Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 10.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in Southeast Asia (2019-2020) 10.3 Southeast Asia Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 10.4 Southeast Asia Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

11 India 11.1 India Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 11.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in India (2019-2020) 11.3 India Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 11.4 India Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

12 Central & South America 12.1 Central & South America Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size (2015-2020) 12.2 Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Key Players in Central & South America (2019-2020) 12.3 Central & South America Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 12.4 Central & South America Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Market Size by Application (2015-2020)

13Key Players Profiles 13.1 Stryker Corporation 13.1.1 Stryker Corporation Company Details 13.1.2 Stryker Corporation Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.1.3 Stryker Corporation Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.1.4 Stryker Corporation Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020)) 13.1.5 Stryker Corporation Recent Development 13.2 3M 13.2.1 3M Company Details 13.2.2 3M Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.2.3 3M Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.2.4 3M Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.2.5 3M Recent Development 13.3 Abbott 13.3.1 Abbott Company Details 13.3.2 Abbott Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.3.3 Abbott Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.3.4 Abbott Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.3.5 Abbott Recent Development 13.4 Thermo Fisher Scientific 13.4.1 Thermo Fisher Scientific Company Details 13.4.2 Thermo Fisher Scientific Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.4.3 Thermo Fisher Scientific Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.4.4 Thermo Fisher Scientific Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.4.5 Thermo Fisher Scientific Recent Development 13.5 PerkinElmer, Inc. 13.5.1 PerkinElmer, Inc. Company Details 13.5.2 PerkinElmer, Inc. Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.5.3 PerkinElmer, Inc. Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.5.4 PerkinElmer, Inc. Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.5.5 PerkinElmer, Inc. Recent Development 13.6 Starkey Hearing Technologies 13.6.1 Starkey Hearing Technologies Company Details 13.6.2 Starkey Hearing Technologies Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.6.3 Starkey Hearing Technologies Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.6.4 Starkey Hearing Technologies Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.6.5 Starkey Hearing Technologies Recent Development 13.7 Smith + Nephew 13.7.1 Smith + Nephew Company Details 13.7.2 Smith + Nephew Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.7.3 Smith + Nephew Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.7.4 Smith + Nephew Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.7.5 Smith + Nephew Recent Development 13.8 Dentsply International 13.8.1 Dentsply International Company Details 13.8.2 Dentsply International Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.8.3 Dentsply International Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.8.4 Dentsply International Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.8.5 Dentsply International Recent Development 13.9 Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. 13.9.1 Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. Company Details 13.9.2 Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.9.3 Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.9.4 Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.9.5 Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. Recent Development 13.10 AAP Implantate AG 13.10.1 AAP Implantate AG Company Details 13.10.2 AAP Implantate AG Business Overview and Its Total Revenue 13.10.3 AAP Implantate AG Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Introduction 13.10.4 AAP Implantate AG Revenue in Nanotechnology in Medical Equipment Business (2015-2020) 13.10.5 AAP Implantate AG Recent Development

14Analysts Viewpoints/Conclusions

15Appendix 15.1 Research Methodology 15.1.1 Methodology/Research Approach 15.1.2 Data Source 15.2 Disclaimer 15.3 Author Details

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European Parliament Approved The Proposal For Postponing The Implementation Date Of Medical Device Regulation No (EU) 2017/745 (MDR) – Food, Drugs,…

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The coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis has created extraordinary circumstances that require substantial additional resources and an increased availability of vitally important medical devices. However, none of this could reasonably have been anticipated at the time of adoption of the Medical Device Regulation numbered (EU) 2017 /745 ("MDR") to be in the force on 26 May 2020.

In this regard, on 3 April 2020, the European Commission has adopted aproposalto postpone by one year the date of application of theMDRto allow Member States, health institutions and economic operators to prioritize the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

Regarding the proposal, Stella Kyriakides, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, stated that: "Our priority is to support Member States to address the coronavirus crisis and protect public health as powerfully as possible by all means necessary. Any potential market disruptions regarding the availability of safe and essential medical devices must and will be avoided."

Turkish Medicines and Medical Devices Agency stated in its announcement made on 17 April 2020, that the EU Commission's postponement proposal amending the date of entry of MDR as 26 May 2021, is approved by EU Parliament during the general sitting dated 17 April 2020.

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Q2 2020 Nanotech Security Corp Earnings Call

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* Monika Russell

Nanotech Security Corp. - CFO & Corporate Secretary

* Troy Bullock

Nanotech Security Corp. - President, CEO & Director

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Good afternoon, and thank you for joining us to discuss Nanotech Security Corp.'s second quarter results for fiscal year 2020. On the call today, we have Troy Bullock, Nanotech's President and CEO; and Monika Russell; Nanotech's CFO. Please be advised that this call is being recorded. (Operator Instructions) I will now turn the call over to Monika Russell. Please go ahead.

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Monika Russell, Nanotech Security Corp. - CFO & Corporate Secretary [2]

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Good afternoon, and thank you for attending our second quarter of fiscal 2020 conference call. Troy Bullock will begin the call today with an overview of our operational highlights and our goals for fiscal 2020. I will then provide a detailed review of our financial performance for the quarter. Following the financial review, Troy will provide an outlook and discussion of our expectations for fiscal 2020 that we detailed earlier. Following the formal presentation, we will be pleased to take presentations -- or sorry, take questions.

Before we talk about results, I'd like to remind everyone that certain statements in this call may be forward-looking in nature. These include statements involving known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from [those expressed] or implied in our forward-looking statements, including our assessments of the potential impact of COVID-19. For caveats about the forward-looking statements and risk factors, please see our MD&A for the year ended September 30, 2019, which can be found on our company profile at sedar.com.

Also, as part of the company's business involves dealing with security features for banknotes, you will appreciate that we are quite limited in our ability to provide details about specific customers and prospects. That said, we will do our best to provide investors with general feedback we are receiving from customers and the industry and new opportunities that we are pursuing as well as give some general parameters on how development contracts are progressing.

I will now pass the call over to Troy for an overview of our second quarter and fiscal 2020. Troy?

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Troy Bullock, Nanotech Security Corp. - President, CEO & Director [3]

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Thank you, Monika, and good afternoon, everyone. We hope that you and your families are safe, and appreciate that you've taken the time to join us today.

Before we start, I would like to highlight that we recently had an AGM. And at that time, I provided a detailed update of the business, our products, our go-to-market strategy and a financial update. I would recommend investors who have not seen this presentation to view it for a detailed discussion about Nanotech and our long-term strategy. The presentation can be found on our website in the Investor Relations section. Alternatively, you can also e-mail Sean Peasgood, whose contact information can be found at the bottom of our news release, and he can make sure you get a copy.

First, I want to start by saying that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are fortunate to be fully operational with stable contract service revenue for fiscal 2020 and a solid cash position. Our operations are fully up and running, and we have put in place measures to operate in a safe and responsible way for our employees. This has allowed us to continue to execute upon our strategy to transition Nanotech from a research-and-development company to a diversified product-based company. Although we have seen some $2 million in product order delays due to the current pandemic, we are still anticipating seeing revenue growth this year between 10% and 20%. I'll provide more color on that later in the call.

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In Q2, we continued to see growth in the product sales from our -- from the prior year, while contract services declined slightly from the prior year mostly due to timing issues. We ended the quarter with a strong balance sheet with $9.2 million in cash and no debt, and we are well positioned to execute on our growth plans.

I'll leave the financial details to Monica, but let me update everyone on the progress we have made against the strategic initiatives and targets we launched for fiscal 2020. One of our priorities that we established for the year was to diversify revenue by increasing sales in nano-optic products, expanding product lines and pursuing further growth opportunities for LumaChrome color-shifting film. During the first half of fiscal 2020, we recorded product revenue from 12 delivered customer orders compared to 14 for all of 2019. These orders were predominantly for LumaChrome and included film for one new banknote and one new government ID application. In addition, the company worked with several partners to qualify its LumaChrome product for 4 new banknote opportunities.

In the brand protection market, we also delivered our first live optic sale in the licensing vertical to the World Baseball Softball Confederation. We also worked with a partner to deliver film for new commercial applications. Although these initial orders are small, they are great reference accounts and have the opportunity to become recurring larger orders in the future.

During the second quarter of 2020, the company also delivered a live optic product order for approximately 7 million labels in a confidential brand protection application. While I'm pleased with our progress to-date, unfortunately, I'm expecting that our product sales for the second half of 2020 will be negatively affected by the COVID-19 as a number of opportunities have been pushed into fiscal 2021. In the meantime, we continue to believe that diversification is a key long-term strategic initiative for the company, and there are several actions that we will take to enhance our ability to scale up. These include investing in our technology, investing in our product development and investing in our marketing activities.

Another key initiative was to develop strategic sales relationships with established OEMs to expand our sales reach. I'm pleased to report we have now -- have 2 American channel partners that are marketing nano-optics live optic brand protection products in the United States. In the banknote market, we're partnering with a key OEM to design a color optic security feature that they can use to manufacture a marketing housenote that they will begin marketing to their customers later this year. You may have also seen our recent announcement where our color optic technology platform has been nominated as a finalist in the IACA 2020 Excellence in Currency Technical Awards in the category of Best New Currency Innovation. This is something we're very proud of.

A third initiative was to develop a strategic manufacturing and product partnership with select manufacturers that have proven track record of excellence. Nanotech has partnered with a large OEM to produce live optic products for the brand protection market. And as a result of our manufacturing partnerships, our products have expanded to include foils, labels, QR codes, and the track and trace capability. Outsourcing live optic manufacturing also enables us to focus on our core competency, which is the technology development portion.

Further, as part of the key initiative, management is in the process of qualifying a world-class OEM manufacturing partner for our color depth products in the banknote and government market. We expect to finalize this partnership within the next 6 months, enabling the company to deliver on large-volume banknote opportunities. Given the progress we have made against this key initiative, we are on track to reduce manufacturing risks associated with scaling of product sales while expanding our product lines.

This concludes my initial comments on the operational highlights of the second quarter of fiscal 2020. I'll now pass the call back to Monika to discuss the detailed financial results. Monika?

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Monika Russell, Nanotech Security Corp. - CFO & Corporate Secretary [4]

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Thank you, Troy. Before I begin, I would like to mention that all the dollar amounts I refer to are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated. For the quarter ended March 31, 2020, product revenue rose 6% year-over-year from $116,000 in the prior year to $123,000 in the current quarter. Contract services revenue fell 15% year-over-year from $1.5 million in the prior year to $1.3 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2020. As a result, total revenue fell from $1.6 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2019 to $1.4 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2020, a 13% year-over-year decline. I would like to note that, in the second half of this year, we are expecting that we will see year-over-year growth in contract services revenue for overall revenue growth of 10% to 20% on an annual basis.

Gross margin improved to 82% versus 80% in the prior year. This increase was primarily due to higher margins on contract services during the current quarter. Second quarter operating costs were $2.2 million versus $1.9 million in the year ago quarter. We invested more in sales and marketing activities as well as R&D during the second quarter of fiscal 2020, which largely accounted for the increase in our operating costs.

Adjusted EBITDA loss of $576,000 was down from last year's $45,000 adjusted EBITDA gain. The decline in adjusted EBITDA was due to lower revenue in combination with increased operating costs. Net loss for the second quarter of 2020 was $973,000 compared to $477,000 in the year ago period and was mostly due to the higher loss from operations that we incurred because of lower revenues and higher operating expenses.

Moving on to our year-to-date results. Revenue for the 6 months ended March 31, 2020, was $2.5 million, down 15% from 2019. This year-over-year decrease was primarily due to the timing and scope of development contracts, partially offset by an increase in product revenue. As I mentioned earlier, in the second half of this year, we are anticipating year-over-year growth in contract services revenue, resulting in revenue growth on an annual basis.

Gross margin for the year-to-date was 80% versus 78% in 2019 due to higher margins on contract services. Operating costs were $4.2 million for the year-to-date compared to $4.4 million in 2019. Excluding the restructuring costs incurred in 2019, operating costs increased in 2020 as a result of increased investments in sales and marketing and research and development.

Adjusted EBITDA loss for the year-to-date was $837,000 compared to positive adjusted EBITDA of $163,000 in the same period of 2019. The decrease from the prior period was primarily due to reduced revenue and increased operating expenses in the current period.

Net loss for the year-to-date was $1.8 million versus $1.6 million in 2019. Lower operating earnings in 2020 were offset by restructuring costs associated with the executive transition in 2019. We exited the quarter with cash and short-term investments of $9.2 million at quarter end, leaving us in a strong position to continue executing our business plan.

This concludes my comments on our financial results for the second quarter of 2020. I will now turn the call back to Troy to provide an outlook update. Troy?

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Troy Bullock, Nanotech Security Corp. - President, CEO & Director [5]

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Thanks, Monika. I would like to close by providing a little more detail on our outlook and how we see the rest of the year shaping up. So far, in the first 6 months of the year, the company has generated $2.9 million of revenue, which is slightly down from last year. That said, we are maintaining our guidance for the year to end up with growth between 10% and 20%, even with the delays we're seeing from the pandemic. This implies that revenue -- in the range of $7 million to $7.7 million for the year. Our ability in the second half -- sorry, our visibility in the second half for the year is good, given we expect additional revenues to come from expanding the scope of our contract services as well as product revenue from recurring LumaChrome orders. Much of this revenue is anticipated to be realized in the fourth quarter.

At the high end of our guidance, I am including some additional product sales orders that we are still pursuing but have not yet closed on. It is important to mention that, due to the pandemic, we believe that approximately $2 million of orders, which we were working on, have been pushed into fiscal 2021. While product revenue may decline year-over-year because of COVID-19, I'm pleased that we have still -- anticipate a growth year for the company in such a challenging environment.

I want to drive home our commercialization strategy has demonstrated good progress, and we continue to expand our product lines for both the government and banknote and brand protection markets. Our color optic and LumaChrome OTF products have significant interest in the government and banknote market. We've gained strong reference customer wins and a solid pipeline of opportunities in the brand protection market, a market we entered in only about a year ago. The overall growth in product revenue and number of orders demonstrates that, although -- because the commercialization strategy is in the early stages, it is working. We may have a temporary delay in results -- as the result of COVID-19, but some of the opportunities that we are now pushing out into 2021 are very promising.

As we wrap up, I'd like to summarize some of the reasons why we think Nanotech is well positioned for the future. We are targeting unique multibillion-dollar markets that have had little innovation and whose current solutions are becoming less effective each day. We've made significant investments in our technology, and we protected this investment with patents. Our vision is no longer research and development alone, but we also now have real customers using our products in our $30 million development contract -- and a strong balance sheet are key components to why we will not only survive in the current global environment but will also prosper.

This concludes our prepared remarks. I would like to now turn the call over to the operator for the question-and-answer session. Operator?

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(Operator Instructions) And there appears to be no further questions at this time. I will now turn the conference back over to Mr. Bullock for any additional or closing comments.

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Troy Bullock, Nanotech Security Corp. - President, CEO & Director [7]

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Thank you. Well, I would like to thank everyone for joining our conference call for the second quarter of fiscal 2020. I realize these are challenging times, and I appreciate everybody for taking the time out of their busy days to attend this call with us. I wish everyone to please stay safe and healthy, and I look forward to updating you on our continued progress on our third quarter conference call in about 3 months. I'll now turn the call back over to the operator for the closing comments. Thank you, everybody.

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Coin-sized pieces of graphene can be accelerated by firing low-powered lasers at them in micro-gravity conditions, say scientists. The technology could be a stepping stone to graphene solar sails, which could propel future spacecraft using starlight or a laser array.

The material was developed at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, and Scale Nanotech, a startup in Estonia. The project, backed by the European Space Agency, is experimenting with graphene to develop prototype light sails.

Light sailing is the only existing in-space propulsion technology that could allow us to visit other star systems in a human lifespan, the scientists stated in a paper, published in Acta Astronautica. In order to best harness radiation pressure, light sails need to be highly reflective, lightweight and mechanically robust.

To make these sails, the team crafted an atomically thin 2D film punctured with tiny holes, and covered it with a layer of graphene. Next, they traveled to the ZARM drop tower, a laboratory at the University of Bremen, Germany, that uses a 146-metre steel tube to simulate micro-gravity conditions to test their graphene coins. When the material was dropped inside and floating effectively weightlessly, it was accelerated 1 m/s2 by zapping it with a 1W laser. The photons in the laser light exerted a pressure on the material causing it to move faster and faster.

A close up of a graphene light-sail prototype ... Its surface is punctured with holes to reduce its overall mass. Click to enlarge. Image Credit: Santiago Jose Cartamil-Bueno

In space, light sails could be powered by sunlight rather than lasers: the Suns rays, for instance, would provide a way for probes to travel without the need to carry heavy fuel, such as liquid propellant, and engines. However, to sail at decent speeds, the material needs to be expansive in order to catch enough of the Suns photons. And as the sails move further from the Sun, they'll slow down. There is hope, though: scientists believe it may be possible to nudge the sails along with an array of lasers. The array could be on Earth, a base on the Moon or Mars, or on an orbiting platform, we reckon.

Santiago Cartamil-Bueno, coauthor of the paper and the leader of the GrapheneSail team at Scale Nanotech, believes "graphene is part of the solution" to developing practical light sails.

"We demonstrate a novel sail design that reduces the overall sail mass by using perforated films," Cartamil-Bueno said. "By covering the holes with graphene, the full area of the sail is again available for optical performance at minimal mass cost. The fabrication is relatively simple and could be easily scaled up to squared kilometres, although the in-space deployment of such a giant sail will be a serious challenge."

Just how big the sail would have to be depends on how fast it needs to reach its target, Cartamil-Bueno told The Register this week: The US Breakthrough Starshot envisions a sail of about 14m2 at four grams traveling at 15 per cent of the speed of light to reach Alpha Centauri in 30 years with the help of 8.5GW lasers. Graphene sails of such a size enable these types of extreme sails.

The biggest challenge is the sheer amount of laser power needed, he said. Not only does it require the synchronization of thousands or millions of lasers, it may pose a political dilemma, too. Such a laser system could be used as a weapon, and not many nations will trust it being there, he said.

The most successful light sail experiment to date is the Interplanetary Kite-craft Accelerated by Radiation of the Sun, or IKAROS for short, an experimental spacecraft launched by Japan's space agency in 2010. The probe flew past Venus thanks to its 340kg square-shaped light sail, measuring 14 x 14 metres, made out of polyimide.

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1 Study Coverage 1.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Product Introduction 1.2 Market Segments 1.3 Key Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Manufacturers Covered: Ranking by Revenue 1.4 Market by Type 1.4.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Growth Rate by Type 1.4.2 60% 1.4.3 90% 1.4.4 95% 1.4.5 98% 1.4.6 Others 1.5 Market by Application 1.5.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Growth Rate by Application 1.5.2 Plastic & Composites 1.5.3 Energy 1.5.4 Electronics 1.5.5 Others 1.6 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Industry Impact 1.6.1 How the Covid-19 is Affecting the Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Industry 1.6.1.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Business Impact Assessment Covid-19 1.6.1.2 Supply Chain Challenges 1.6.1.3 COVID-19s Impact On Crude Oil and Refined Products 1.6.2 Market Trends and Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape 1.6.3 Measures / Proposal against Covid-19 1.6.3.1 Government Measures to Combat Covid-19 Impact 1.6.3.2 Proposal for Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Players to Combat Covid-19 Impact 1.7 Study Objectives 1.8 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary 2.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Estimates and Forecasts 2.1.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue 2015-2026 2.1.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales 2015-2026 2.2 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size by Region: 2020 Versus 2026 2.2.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020 2.2.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

3 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Competitor Landscape by Players 3.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Manufacturers 3.1.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Manufacturers (2015-2020) 3.1.2 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020) 3.2 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Manufacturers 3.2.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Manufacturers (2015-2020) 3.2.2 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020) 3.2.3 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI) (2015-2020) 3.2.4 Global Top 10 and Top 5 Companies by Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue in 2019 3.2.5 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) 3.3 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Price by Manufacturers 3.4 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Manufacturing Base Distribution, Product Types 3.4.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Manufacturers Manufacturing Base Distribution, Headquarters 3.4.2 Manufacturers Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Product Type 3.4.3 Date of International Manufacturers Enter into Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market 3.5 Manufacturers Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Breakdown Data by Type (2015-2026) 4.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size by Type (2015-2020) 4.1.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Type (2015-2020) 4.1.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Type (2015-2020) 4.1.3 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Average Selling Price (ASP) by Type (2015-2026) 4.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Type (2021-2026) 4.2.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast by Type (2021-2026) 4.2.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast by Type (2021-2026) 4.2.3 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Average Selling Price (ASP) Forecast by Type (2021-2026) 4.3 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Breakdown Data by Application (2015-2026) 5.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 5.1.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Application (2015-2020) 5.1.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Application (2015-2020) 5.1.3 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Price by Application (2015-2020) 5.2 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Application (2021-2026) 5.2.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast by Application (2021-2026) 5.2.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast by Application (2021-2026) 5.2.3 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Price Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

6 North America 6.1 North America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) by Country 6.1.1 North America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Country 6.1.2 North America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Country 6.1.3 U.S. 6.1.4 Canada 6.2 North America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Type 6.3 North America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Application

7 Europe 7.1 Europe Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) by Country 7.1.1 Europe Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Country 7.1.2 Europe Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Country 7.1.3 Germany 7.1.4 France 7.1.5 U.K. 7.1.6 Italy 7.1.7 Russia 7.2 Europe Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Type 7.3 Europe Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Application

8 Asia Pacific 8.1 Asia Pacific Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) by Region 8.1.1 Asia Pacific Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Region 8.1.2 Asia Pacific Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Region 8.1.3 China 8.1.4 Japan 8.1.5 South Korea 8.1.6 India 8.1.7 Australia 8.1.8 Taiwan 8.1.9 Indonesia 8.1.10 Thailand 8.1.11 Malaysia 8.1.12 Philippines 8.1.13 Vietnam 8.2 Asia Pacific Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Type 8.3 Asia Pacific Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Application

9 Latin America 9.1 Latin America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) by Country 9.1.1 Latin America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Country 9.1.2 Latin America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Country 9.1.3 Mexico 9.1.4 Brazil 9.1.5 Argentina 9.2 Central & South America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Type 9.3 Central & South America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Application

10 Middle East and Africa 10.1 Middle East and Africa Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) by Country 10.1.1 Middle East and Africa Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales by Country 10.1.2 Middle East and Africa Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue by Country 10.1.3 Turkey 10.1.4 Saudi Arabia 10.1.5 U.A.E 10.2 Middle East and Africa Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Type 10.3 Middle East and Africa Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Facts & Figures by Application

11 Company Profiles 11.1 OCSiAl 11.1.1 OCSiAl Corporation Information 11.1.2 OCSiAl Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.1.3 OCSiAl Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.1.4 OCSiAl Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.1.5 OCSiAl Recent Development 11.2 Hanwha 11.2.1 Hanwha Corporation Information 11.2.2 Hanwha Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.2.3 Hanwha Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.2.4 Hanwha Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.2.5 Hanwha Recent Development 11.3 Raymor 11.3.1 Raymor Corporation Information 11.3.2 Raymor Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.3.3 Raymor Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.3.4 Raymor Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.3.5 Raymor Recent Development 11.4 Thomas Swan 11.4.1 Thomas Swan Corporation Information 11.4.2 Thomas Swan Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.4.3 Thomas Swan Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.4.4 Thomas Swan Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.4.5 Thomas Swan Recent Development 11.5 Nanocyl 11.5.1 Nanocyl Corporation Information 11.5.2 Nanocyl Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.5.3 Nanocyl Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.5.4 Nanocyl Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.5.5 Nanocyl Recent Development 11.6 Klean Commodities 11.6.1 Klean Commodities Corporation Information 11.6.2 Klean Commodities Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.6.3 Klean Commodities Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.6.4 Klean Commodities Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.6.5 Klean Commodities Recent Development 11.7 Timesnano 11.7.1 Timesnano Corporation Information 11.7.2 Timesnano Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.7.3 Timesnano Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.7.4 Timesnano Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.7.5 Timesnano Recent Development 11.8 Ad-Nano Technologies 11.8.1 Ad-Nano Technologies Corporation Information 11.8.2 Ad-Nano Technologies Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.8.3 Ad-Nano Technologies Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.8.4 Ad-Nano Technologies Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.8.5 Ad-Nano Technologies Recent Development 11.9 Zeon Nano Technology 11.9.1 Zeon Nano Technology Corporation Information 11.9.2 Zeon Nano Technology Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.9.3 Zeon Nano Technology Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.9.4 Zeon Nano Technology Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.9.5 Zeon Nano Technology Recent Development 11.10 Meijo Nano Carbon 11.10.1 Meijo Nano Carbon Corporation Information 11.10.2 Meijo Nano Carbon Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.10.3 Meijo Nano Carbon Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.10.4 Meijo Nano Carbon Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.10.5 Meijo Nano Carbon Recent Development 11.1 OCSiAl 11.1.1 OCSiAl Corporation Information 11.1.2 OCSiAl Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.1.3 OCSiAl Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.1.4 OCSiAl Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Products Offered 11.1.5 OCSiAl Recent Development 11.12 Nanoshel LLC 11.12.1 Nanoshel LLC Corporation Information 11.12.2 Nanoshel LLC Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.12.3 Nanoshel LLC Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.12.4 Nanoshel LLC Products Offered 11.12.5 Nanoshel LLC Recent Development 11.13 Arry International 11.13.1 Arry International Corporation Information 11.13.2 Arry International Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.13.3 Arry International Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.13.4 Arry International Products Offered 11.13.5 Arry International Recent Development 11.14 Beijing DK Nano Technology 11.14.1 Beijing DK Nano Technology Corporation Information 11.14.2 Beijing DK Nano Technology Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.14.3 Beijing DK Nano Technology Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.14.4 Beijing DK Nano Technology Products Offered 11.14.5 Beijing DK Nano Technology Recent Development 11.15 Shenzhen Nanotech Port 11.15.1 Shenzhen Nanotech Port Corporation Information 11.15.2 Shenzhen Nanotech Port Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue 11.15.3 Shenzhen Nanotech Port Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020) 11.15.4 Shenzhen Nanotech Port Products Offered 11.15.5 Shenzhen Nanotech Port Recent Development

12 Future Forecast by Regions (Countries) (2021-2026) 12.1 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Estimates and Projections by Region 12.1.1 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast by Regions 2021-2026 12.1.2 Global Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast by Regions 2021-2026 12.2 North America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast (2021-2026) 12.2.1 North America: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast (2021-2026) 12.2.2 North America: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast (2021-2026) 12.2.3 North America: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Country (2021-2026) 12.3 Europe Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast (2021-2026) 12.3.1 Europe: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast (2021-2026) 12.3.2 Europe: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast (2021-2026) 12.3.3 Europe: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Country (2021-2026) 12.4 Asia Pacific Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast (2021-2026) 12.4.1 Asia Pacific: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast (2021-2026) 12.4.2 Asia Pacific: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast (2021-2026) 12.4.3 Asia Pacific: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Region (2021-2026) 12.5 Latin America Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast (2021-2026) 12.5.1 Latin America: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast (2021-2026) 12.5.2 Latin America: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast (2021-2026) 12.5.3 Latin America: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Country (2021-2026) 12.6 Middle East and Africa Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast (2021-2026) 12.6.1 Middle East and Africa: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Sales Forecast (2021-2026) 12.6.2 Middle East and Africa: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Revenue Forecast (2021-2026) 12.6.3 Middle East and Africa: Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Market Size Forecast by Country (2021-2026)

13 Market Opportunities, Challenges, Risks and Influences Factors Analysis 13.1 Market Opportunities and Drivers 13.2 Market Challenges 13.3 Market Risks/Restraints 13.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis 13.5 Primary Interviews with Key Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Players (Opinion Leaders)

14 Value Chain and Sales Channels Analysis 14.1 Value Chain Analysis 14.2 Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (SWNTs) Customers 14.3 Sales Channels Analysis 14.3.1 Sales Channels 14.3.2 Distributors

15 Research Findings and Conclusion

16 Appendix 16.1 Research Methodology 16.1.1 Methodology/Research Approach 16.1.2 Data Source 16.2 Author Details

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Nanotechnology – Wikipedia

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Field of applied science whose theme is the control of matter on atomic and (supra)molecular scale

Nanotechnology (or "nanotech") is manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale. The earliest, widespread description of nanotechnology[1][2] referred to the particular technological goal of precisely manipulating atoms and molecules for fabrication of macroscale products, also now referred to as molecular nanotechnology. A more generalized description of nanotechnology was subsequently established by the National Nanotechnology Initiative, which defines nanotechnology as the manipulation of matter with at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometers. This definition reflects the fact that quantum mechanical effects are important at this quantum-realm scale, and so the definition shifted from a particular technological goal to a research category inclusive of all types of research and technologies that deal with the special properties of matter which occur below the given size threshold. It is therefore common to see the plural form "nanotechnologies" as well as "nanoscale technologies" to refer to the broad range of research and applications whose common trait is size.

Nanotechnology as defined by size is naturally very broad, including fields of science as diverse as surface science, organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics, energy storage,[3][4]microfabrication,[5]molecular engineering, etc.[6] The associated research and applications are equally diverse, ranging from extensions of conventional device physics to completely new approaches based upon molecular self-assembly,[7] from developing new materials with dimensions on the nanoscale to direct control of matter on the atomic scale.

Scientists currently debate the future implications of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology may be able to create many new materials and devices with a vast range of applications, such as in nanomedicine, nanoelectronics, biomaterials energy production, and consumer products. On the other hand, nanotechnology raises many of the same issues as any new technology, including concerns about the toxicity and environmental impact of nanomaterials,[8] and their potential effects on global economics, as well as speculation about various doomsday scenarios. These concerns have led to a debate among advocacy groups and governments on whether special regulation of nanotechnology is warranted.

The concepts that seeded nanotechnology were first discussed in 1959 by renowned physicist Richard Feynman in his talk There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom, in which he described the possibility of synthesis via direct manipulation of atoms.

In 1960, Egyptian engineer Mohamed Atalla and Korean engineer Dawon Kahng at Bell Labs fabricated the first MOSFET (metaloxidesemiconductor field-effect transistor) with a gate oxide thickness of 100nm, along with a gate length of 20m.[9] In 1962, Atalla and Kahng fabricated a nanolayer-base metalsemiconductor junction (MS junction) transistor that used gold (Au) thin films with a thickness of 10nm.[10]

The term "nano-technology" was first used by Norio Taniguchi in 1974, though it was not widely known. Inspired by Feynman's concepts, K. Eric Drexler used the term "nanotechnology" in his 1986 book Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology, which proposed the idea of a nanoscale "assembler" which would be able to build a copy of itself and of other items of arbitrary complexity with atomic control. Also in 1986, Drexler co-founded The Foresight Institute (with which he is no longer affiliated) to help increase public awareness and understanding of nanotechnology concepts and implications.

The emergence of nanotechnology as a field in the 1980s occurred through convergence of Drexler's theoretical and public work, which developed and popularized a conceptual framework for nanotechnology, and high-visibility experimental advances that drew additional wide-scale attention to the prospects of atomic control of matter. Since the popularity spike in the 1980s, most of nanotechnology has involved investigation of several approaches to making mechanical devices out of a small number of atoms.[11]

In the 1980s, two major breakthroughs sparked the growth of nanotechnology in modern era. First, the invention of the scanning tunneling microscope in 1981 which provided unprecedented visualization of individual atoms and bonds, and was successfully used to manipulate individual atoms in 1989. The microscope's developers Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer at IBM Zurich Research Laboratory received a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1986.[12][13] Binnig, Quate and Gerber also invented the analogous atomic force microscope that year.

Second, fullerenes were discovered in 1985 by Harry Kroto, Richard Smalley, and Robert Curl, who together won the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.[14][15] C60 was not initially described as nanotechnology; the term was used regarding subsequent work with related graphene tubes (called carbon nanotubes and sometimes called Bucky tubes) which suggested potential applications for nanoscale electronics and devices. The discovery of carbon nanotubes is largely attributed to Sumio Iijima of NEC in 1991,[16] for which Iijima won the inaugural 2008 Kavli Prize in Nanoscience.

In 1987, Bijan Davari led an IBM research team that demonstrated the first MOSFET with a 10nm gate oxide thickness, using tungsten-gate technology.[17]Multi-gate MOSFETs enabled scaling below 20nm gate length, starting with the FinFET (fin field-effect transistor), a three-dimensional, non-planar, double-gate MOSFET.[18] The FinFET originates from the research of Digh Hisamoto at Hitachi Central Research Laboratory in 1989.[19][20][21][22] At UC Berkeley, FinFET devices were fabricated by a group consisting of Hisamoto along with TSMC's Chenming Hu and other international researchers including Tsu-Jae King Liu, Jeffrey Bokor, Hideki Takeuchi, K. Asano, Jakub Kedziersk, Xuejue Huang, Leland Chang, Nick Lindert, Shibly Ahmed and Cyrus Tabery. The team fabricated FinFET devices down to a 17nm process in 1998, and then 15nm in 2001. In 2002, a team including Yu, Chang, Ahmed, Hu, Liu, Bokor and Tabery fabricated a 10nm FinFET device.[18]

In the early 2000s, the field garnered increased scientific, political, and commercial attention that led to both controversy and progress. Controversies emerged regarding the definitions and potential implications of nanotechnologies, exemplified by the Royal Society's report on nanotechnology.[23] Challenges were raised regarding the feasibility of applications envisioned by advocates of molecular nanotechnology, which culminated in a public debate between Drexler and Smalley in 2001 and 2003.[24]

Meanwhile, commercialization of products based on advancements in nanoscale technologies began emerging. These products are limited to bulk applications of nanomaterials and do not involve atomic control of matter. Some examples include the Silver Nano platform for using silver nanoparticles as an antibacterial agent, nanoparticle-based transparent sunscreens, carbon fiber strengthening using silica nanoparticles, and carbon nanotubes for stain-resistant textiles.[25][26]

Governments moved to promote and fund research into nanotechnology, such as in the U.S. with the National Nanotechnology Initiative, which formalized a size-based definition of nanotechnology and established funding for research on the nanoscale, and in Europe via the European Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development.

By the mid-2000s new and serious scientific attention began to flourish. Projects emerged to produce nanotechnology roadmaps[27][28] which center on atomically precise manipulation of matter and discuss existing and projected capabilities, goals, and applications.

In 2006, a team of Korean researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and the National Nano Fab Center developed a 3nm MOSFET, the world's smallest nanoelectronic device. It was based on gate-all-around (GAA) FinFET technology.[29][30]

Over sixty countries created nanotechnology research and development (R&D) government programs between 2001 and 2004. Government funding was exceeded by corporate spending on nanotechnology R&D, with most of the funding coming from corporations based in the United States, Japan and Germany. The top five organizations that filed the most intellectual patents on nanotechnology R&D between 1970 and 2011 were Samsung Electronics (2,578 first patents), Nippon Steel (1,490 first patents), IBM (1,360 first patents), Toshiba (1,298 first patents) and Canon (1,162 first patents). The top five organizations that published the most scientific papers on nanotechnology research between 1970 and 2012 were the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, University of Tokyo and Osaka University.[31]

Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This covers both current work and concepts that are more advanced. In its original sense, nanotechnology refers to the projected ability to construct items from the bottom up, using techniques and tools being developed today to make complete, high performance products.

One nanometer (nm) is one billionth, or 109, of a meter. By comparison, typical carbon-carbon bond lengths, or the spacing between these atoms in a molecule, are in the range 0.120.15 nm, and a DNA double-helix has a diameter around 2nm. On the other hand, the smallest cellular life-forms, the bacteria of the genus Mycoplasma, are around 200nm in length. By convention, nanotechnology is taken as the scale range 1 to 100 nm following the definition used by the National Nanotechnology Initiative in the US. The lower limit is set by the size of atoms (hydrogen has the smallest atoms, which are approximately a quarter of a nm kinetic diameter) since nanotechnology must build its devices from atoms and molecules. The upper limit is more or less arbitrary but is around the size below which phenomena not observed in larger structures start to become apparent and can be made use of in the nano device.[32] These new phenomena make nanotechnology distinct from devices which are merely miniaturised versions of an equivalent macroscopic device; such devices are on a larger scale and come under the description of microtechnology.[33]

To put that scale in another context, the comparative size of a nanometer to a meter is the same as that of a marble to the size of the earth.[34] Or another way of putting it: a nanometer is the amount an average man's beard grows in the time it takes him to raise the razor to his face.[34]

Two main approaches are used in nanotechnology. In the "bottom-up" approach, materials and devices are built from molecular components which assemble themselves chemically by principles of molecular recognition.[35] In the "top-down" approach, nano-objects are constructed from larger entities without atomic-level control.[36]

Areas of physics such as nanoelectronics, nanomechanics, nanophotonics and nanoionics have evolved during the last few decades to provide a basic scientific foundation of nanotechnology.

Several phenomena become pronounced as the size of the system decreases. These include statistical mechanical effects, as well as quantum mechanical effects, for example the "quantum size effect" where the electronic properties of solids are altered with great reductions in particle size. This effect does not come into play by going from macro to micro dimensions. However, quantum effects can become significant when the nanometer size range is reached, typically at distances of 100 nanometers or less, the so-called quantum realm. Additionally, a number of physical (mechanical, electrical, optical, etc.) properties change when compared to macroscopic systems. One example is the increase in surface area to volume ratio altering mechanical, thermal and catalytic properties of materials. Diffusion and reactions at nanoscale, nanostructures materials and nanodevices with fast ion transport are generally referred to nanoionics. Mechanical properties of nanosystems are of interest in the nanomechanics research. The catalytic activity of nanomaterials also opens potential risks in their interaction with biomaterials.

Materials reduced to the nanoscale can show different properties compared to what they exhibit on a macroscale, enabling unique applications. For instance, opaque substances can become transparent (copper); stable materials can turn combustible (aluminium); insoluble materials may become soluble (gold). A material such as gold, which is chemically inert at normal scales, can serve as a potent chemical catalyst at nanoscales. Much of the fascination with nanotechnology stems from these quantum and surface phenomena that matter exhibits at the nanoscale.[37]

Modern synthetic chemistry has reached the point where it is possible to prepare small molecules to almost any structure. These methods are used today to manufacture a wide variety of useful chemicals such as pharmaceuticals or commercial polymers. This ability raises the question of extending this kind of control to the next-larger level, seeking methods to assemble these single molecules into supramolecular assemblies consisting of many molecules arranged in a well defined manner.

These approaches utilize the concepts of molecular self-assembly and/or supramolecular chemistry to automatically arrange themselves into some useful conformation through a bottom-up approach. The concept of molecular recognition is especially important: molecules can be designed so that a specific configuration or arrangement is favored due to non-covalent intermolecular forces. The WatsonCrick basepairing rules are a direct result of this, as is the specificity of an enzyme being targeted to a single substrate, or the specific folding of the protein itself. Thus, two or more components can be designed to be complementary and mutually attractive so that they make a more complex and useful whole.

Such bottom-up approaches should be capable of producing devices in parallel and be much cheaper than top-down methods, but could potentially be overwhelmed as the size and complexity of the desired assembly increases. Most useful structures require complex and thermodynamically unlikely arrangements of atoms. Nevertheless, there are many examples of self-assembly based on molecular recognition in biology, most notably WatsonCrick basepairing and enzyme-substrate interactions. The challenge for nanotechnology is whether these principles can be used to engineer new constructs in addition to natural ones.

Molecular nanotechnology, sometimes called molecular manufacturing, describes engineered nanosystems (nanoscale machines) operating on the molecular scale. Molecular nanotechnology is especially associated with the molecular assembler, a machine that can produce a desired structure or device atom-by-atom using the principles of mechanosynthesis. Manufacturing in the context of productive nanosystems is not related to, and should be clearly distinguished from, the conventional technologies used to manufacture nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles.

When the term "nanotechnology" was independently coined and popularized by Eric Drexler (who at the time was unaware of an earlier usage by Norio Taniguchi) it referred to a future manufacturing technology based on molecular machine systems. The premise was that molecular scale biological analogies of traditional machine components demonstrated molecular machines were possible: by the countless examples found in biology, it is known that sophisticated, stochastically optimised biological machines can be produced.

It is hoped that developments in nanotechnology will make possible their construction by some other means, perhaps using biomimetic principles. However, Drexler and other researchers[38] have proposed that advanced nanotechnology, although perhaps initially implemented by biomimetic means, ultimately could be based on mechanical engineering principles, namely, a manufacturing technology based on the mechanical functionality of these components (such as gears, bearings, motors, and structural members) that would enable programmable, positional assembly to atomic specification.[39] The physics and engineering performance of exemplar designs were analyzed in Drexler's book Nanosystems.

In general it is very difficult to assemble devices on the atomic scale, as one has to position atoms on other atoms of comparable size and stickiness. Another view, put forth by Carlo Montemagno,[40] is that future nanosystems will be hybrids of silicon technology and biological molecular machines. Richard Smalley argued that mechanosynthesis are impossible due to the difficulties in mechanically manipulating individual molecules.

This led to an exchange of letters in the ACS publication Chemical & Engineering News in 2003.[41] Though biology clearly demonstrates that molecular machine systems are possible, non-biological molecular machines are today only in their infancy. Leaders in research on non-biological molecular machines are Dr. Alex Zettl and his colleagues at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories and UC Berkeley.[1] They have constructed at least three distinct molecular devices whose motion is controlled from the desktop with changing voltage: a nanotube nanomotor, a molecular actuator,[42] and a nanoelectromechanical relaxation oscillator.[43] See nanotube nanomotor for more examples.

An experiment indicating that positional molecular assembly is possible was performed by Ho and Lee at Cornell University in 1999. They used a scanning tunneling microscope to move an individual carbon monoxide molecule (CO) to an individual iron atom (Fe) sitting on a flat silver crystal, and chemically bound the CO to the Fe by applying a voltage.

The nanomaterials field includes subfields which develop or study materials having unique properties arising from their nanoscale dimensions.[46]

These seek to arrange smaller components into more complex assemblies.

These seek to create smaller devices by using larger ones to direct their assembly.

These seek to develop components of a desired functionality without regard to how they might be assembled.

These subfields seek to anticipate what inventions nanotechnology might yield, or attempt to propose an agenda along which inquiry might progress. These often take a big-picture view of nanotechnology, with more emphasis on its societal implications than the details of how such inventions could actually be created.

Nanomaterials can be classified in 0D, 1D, 2D and 3D nanomaterials. The dimensionality play a major role in determining the characteristic of nanomaterials including physical, chemical and biological characteristics. With the decrease in dimensionality, an increase in surface-to-volume ratio is observed. This indicate that smaller dimensional nanomaterials have higher surface area compared to 3D nanomaterials. Recently, two dimensional (2D) nanomaterials are extensively investigated for electronic, biomedical, drug delivery and biosensor applications.

There are several important modern developments. The atomic force microscope (AFM) and the Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) are two early versions of scanning probes that launched nanotechnology. There are other types of scanning probe microscopy. Although conceptually similar to the scanning confocal microscope developed by Marvin Minsky in 1961 and the scanning acoustic microscope (SAM) developed by Calvin Quate and coworkers in the 1970s, newer scanning probe microscopes have much higher resolution, since they are not limited by the wavelength of sound or light.

The tip of a scanning probe can also be used to manipulate nanostructures (a process called positional assembly). Feature-oriented scanning methodology may be a promising way to implement these nanomanipulations in automatic mode.[62][63] However, this is still a slow process because of low scanning velocity of the microscope.

Various techniques of nanolithography such as optical lithography, X-ray lithography, dip pen nanolithography, electron beam lithography or nanoimprint lithography were also developed. Lithography is a top-down fabrication technique where a bulk material is reduced in size to nanoscale pattern.

Another group of nanotechnological techniques include those used for fabrication of nanotubes and nanowires, those used in semiconductor fabrication such as deep ultraviolet lithography, electron beam lithography, focused ion beam machining, nanoimprint lithography, atomic layer deposition, and molecular vapor deposition, and further including molecular self-assembly techniques such as those employing di-block copolymers. The precursors of these techniques preceded the nanotech era, and are extensions in the development of scientific advancements rather than techniques which were devised with the sole purpose of creating nanotechnology and which were results of nanotechnology research.[64]

The top-down approach anticipates nanodevices that must be built piece by piece in stages, much as manufactured items are made. Scanning probe microscopy is an important technique both for characterization and synthesis of nanomaterials. Atomic force microscopes and scanning tunneling microscopes can be used to look at surfaces and to move atoms around. By designing different tips for these microscopes, they can be used for carving out structures on surfaces and to help guide self-assembling structures. By using, for example, feature-oriented scanning approach, atoms or molecules can be moved around on a surface with scanning probe microscopy techniques.[62][63] At present, it is expensive and time-consuming for mass production but very suitable for laboratory experimentation.

In contrast, bottom-up techniques build or grow larger structures atom by atom or molecule by molecule. These techniques include chemical synthesis, self-assembly and positional assembly. Dual polarisation interferometry is one tool suitable for characterisation of self assembled thin films. Another variation of the bottom-up approach is molecular beam epitaxy or MBE. Researchers at Bell Telephone Laboratories like John R. Arthur. Alfred Y. Cho, and Art C. Gossard developed and implemented MBE as a research tool in the late 1960s and 1970s. Samples made by MBE were key to the discovery of the fractional quantum Hall effect for which the 1998 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded. MBE allows scientists to lay down atomically precise layers of atoms and, in the process, build up complex structures. Important for research on semiconductors, MBE is also widely used to make samples and devices for the newly emerging field of spintronics.

However, new therapeutic products, based on responsive nanomaterials, such as the ultradeformable, stress-sensitive Transfersome vesicles, are under development and already approved for human use in some countries.[65]

Because of the variety of potential applications (including industrial and military), governments have invested billions of dollars in nanotechnology research. Prior to 2012, the USA invested $3.7 billion using its National Nanotechnology Initiative, the European Union invested $1.2 billion, and Japan invested $750 million.[66] Over sixty countries created nanotechnology research and development (R&D) programs between 2001 and 2004. In 2012, the USA and EU each invested $2.1 billion on nanotechnology research, followed by Japan with $1.2 billion. Global investment reached $7.9 billion in 2012. Government funding was exceeded by corporate R&D spending on nanotechnology research, which was $10 billion in 2012. The largest corporate R&D spenders were from the USA, Japan and Germany which accounted for a combined $7.1 billion.[31]

As of August 21, 2008, the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies estimates that over 800 manufacturer-identified nanotech products are publicly available, with new ones hitting the market at a pace of 34 per week.[26] The project lists all of the products in a publicly accessible online database. Most applications are limited to the use of "first generation" passive nanomaterials which includes titanium dioxide in sunscreen, cosmetics, surface coatings,[67] and some food products; Carbon allotropes used to produce gecko tape; silver in food packaging, clothing, disinfectants and household appliances; zinc oxide in sunscreens and cosmetics, surface coatings, paints and outdoor furniture varnishes; and cerium oxide as a fuel catalyst.[25]

Further applications allow tennis balls to last longer, golf balls to fly straighter, and even bowling balls to become more durable and have a harder surface. Trousers and socks have been infused with nanotechnology so that they will last longer and keep people cool in the summer. Bandages are being infused with silver nanoparticles to heal cuts faster.[68]Video game consoles and personal computers may become cheaper, faster, and contain more memory thanks to nanotechnology.[69] Also, to build structures for on chip computing with light, for example on chip optical quantum information processing, and picosecond transmission of information.[70]

Nanotechnology may have the ability to make existing medical applications cheaper and easier to use in places like the general practitioner's office and at home.[71] Cars are being manufactured with nanomaterials so they may need fewer metals and less fuel to operate in the future.[72]

Scientists are now turning to nanotechnology in an attempt to develop diesel engines with cleaner exhaust fumes. Platinum is currently used as the diesel engine catalyst in these engines. The catalyst is what cleans the exhaust fume particles. First a reduction catalyst is employed to take nitrogen atoms from NOx molecules in order to free oxygen. Next the oxidation catalyst oxidizes the hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide to form carbon dioxide and water.[73] Platinum is used in both the reduction and the oxidation catalysts.[74] Using platinum though, is inefficient in that it is expensive and unsustainable. Danish company InnovationsFonden invested DKK 15 million in a search for new catalyst substitutes using nanotechnology. The goal of the project, launched in the autumn of 2014, is to maximize surface area and minimize the amount of material required. Objects tend to minimize their surface energy; two drops of water, for example, will join to form one drop and decrease surface area. If the catalyst's surface area that is exposed to the exhaust fumes is maximized, efficiency of the catalyst is maximized. The team working on this project aims to create nanoparticles that will not merge. Every time the surface is optimized, material is saved. Thus, creating these nanoparticles will increase the effectiveness of the resulting diesel engine catalystin turn leading to cleaner exhaust fumesand will decrease cost. If successful, the team hopes to reduce platinum use by 25%.[75]

Nanotechnology also has a prominent role in the fast developing field of Tissue Engineering. When designing scaffolds, researchers attempt to mimic the nanoscale features of a cell's microenvironment to direct its differentiation down a suitable lineage.[76] For example, when creating scaffolds to support the growth of bone, researchers may mimic osteoclast resorption pits.[77]

Researchers have successfully used DNA origami-based nanobots capable of carrying out logic functions to achieve targeted drug delivery in cockroaches. It is said that the computational power of these nanobots can be scaled up to that of a Commodore 64.[78]

Commercial nanoelectronic semiconductor device fabrication began in the 2010s. In 2013, SK Hynix began commercial mass-production of a 16nm process,[79]TSMC began production of a 16nm FinFET process,[80] and Samsung Electronics began production of a 10nm process.[81]TSMC began production of a 7nm process in 2017,[82] and Samsung began production of a 5nm process in 2018.[83] In 2019, Samsung announced plans for the commercial production of a 3nm GAAFET process by 2021.[84]

Commercial production of nanoelectronic semiconductor memory also began in the 2010s. In 2013, SK Hynix began mass-production of 16nm NAND flash memory,[79] and Samsung began production of 10nm multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory.[81] In 2017, TSMC began production of SRAM memory using a 7nm process.[82]

An area of concern is the effect that industrial-scale manufacturing and use of nanomaterials would have on human health and the environment, as suggested by nanotoxicology research. For these reasons, some groups advocate that nanotechnology be regulated by governments. Others counter that overregulation would stifle scientific research and the development of beneficial innovations. Public health research agencies, such as the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health are actively conducting research on potential health effects stemming from exposures to nanoparticles.[85][86]

Some nanoparticle products may have unintended consequences. Researchers have discovered that bacteriostatic silver nanoparticles used in socks to reduce foot odor are being released in the wash.[87] These particles are then flushed into the waste water stream and may destroy bacteria which are critical components of natural ecosystems, farms, and waste treatment processes.[88]

Public deliberations on risk perception in the US and UK carried out by the Center for Nanotechnology in Society found that participants were more positive about nanotechnologies for energy applications than for health applications, with health applications raising moral and ethical dilemmas such as cost and availability.[89]

Experts, including director of the Woodrow Wilson Center's Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies David Rejeski, have testified[90] that successful commercialization depends on adequate oversight, risk research strategy, and public engagement. Berkeley, California is currently the only city in the United States to regulate nanotechnology;[91]Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2008 considered enacting a similar law,[92] but ultimately rejected it.[93] Over the next several decades, applications of nanotechnology will likely include much higher-capacity computers, active materials of various kinds, and cellular-scale biomedical devices.[11]

Nanofibers are used in several areas and in different products, in everything from aircraft wings to tennis rackets. Inhaling airborne nanoparticles and nanofibers may lead to a number of pulmonary diseases, e.g. fibrosis.[94] Researchers have found that when rats breathed in nanoparticles, the particles settled in the brain and lungs, which led to significant increases in biomarkers for inflammation and stress response[95] and that nanoparticles induce skin aging through oxidative stress in hairless mice.[96][97]

A two-year study at UCLA's School of Public Health found lab mice consuming nano-titanium dioxide showed DNA and chromosome damage to a degree "linked to all the big killers of man, namely cancer, heart disease, neurological disease and aging".[98]

A major study published more recently in Nature Nanotechnology suggests some forms of carbon nanotubes a poster child for the "nanotechnology revolution" could be as harmful as asbestos if inhaled in sufficient quantities. Anthony Seaton of the Institute of Occupational Medicine in Edinburgh, Scotland, who contributed to the article on carbon nanotubes said "We know that some of them probably have the potential to cause mesothelioma. So those sorts of materials need to be handled very carefully."[99] In the absence of specific regulation forthcoming from governments, Paull and Lyons (2008) have called for an exclusion of engineered nanoparticles in food.[100] A newspaper article reports that workers in a paint factory developed serious lung disease and nanoparticles were found in their lungs.[101][102][103][104]

Calls for tighter regulation of nanotechnology have occurred alongside a growing debate related to the human health and safety risks of nanotechnology.[105] There is significant debate about who is responsible for the regulation of nanotechnology. Some regulatory agencies currently cover some nanotechnology products and processes (to varying degrees) by "bolting on" nanotechnology to existing regulations there are clear gaps in these regimes.[106] Davies (2008) has proposed a regulatory road map describing steps to deal with these shortcomings.[107]

Stakeholders concerned by the lack of a regulatory framework to assess and control risks associated with the release of nanoparticles and nanotubes have drawn parallels with bovine spongiform encephalopathy ("mad cow" disease), thalidomide, genetically modified food,[108] nuclear energy, reproductive technologies, biotechnology, and asbestosis. Dr. Andrew Maynard, chief science advisor to the Woodrow Wilson Center's Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies, concludes that there is insufficient funding for human health and safety research, and as a result there is currently limited understanding of the human health and safety risks associated with nanotechnology.[109] As a result, some academics have called for stricter application of the precautionary principle, with delayed marketing approval, enhanced labelling and additional safety data development requirements in relation to certain forms of nanotechnology.[110][111]

The Royal Society report[23] identified a risk of nanoparticles or nanotubes being released during disposal, destruction and recycling, and recommended that "manufacturers of products that fall under extended producer responsibility regimes such as end-of-life regulations publish procedures outlining how these materials will be managed to minimize possible human and environmental exposure" (p. xiii).

The Center for Nanotechnology in Society has found that people respond to nanotechnologies differently, depending on application with participants in public deliberations more positive about nanotechnologies for energy than health applications suggesting that any public calls for nano regulations may differ by technology sector.[89]

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Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technologyconductedat the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers.

Physicist Richard Feynman, the father of nanotechnology.

Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the study and application of extremely small things and can be used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering.

The ideas and concepts behind nanoscience and nanotechnology started with a talk entitled Theres Plenty of Room at the Bottom by physicist Richard Feynman at an American Physical Society meeting at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) on December 29, 1959, long before the term nanotechnology was used. In his talk, Feynman described a process in which scientists would be able to manipulate and control individual atoms and molecules. Over a decade later, in his explorations of ultraprecision machining, Professor Norio Taniguchi coined the term nanotechnology. It wasn't until 1981, with the development of the scanning tunneling microscope that could "see" individual atoms, that modern nanotechnology began.

Its hard to imagine just how small nanotechnology is. One nanometer is a billionth of a meter, or 10-9 of a meter. Here are a few illustrative examples:

Nanoscience and nanotechnology involve the ability to see and to control individual atoms and molecules. Everything on Earth is made up of atomsthe food we eat, the clothes we wear, the buildings and houses we live in, and our own bodies.

But something as small as an atom is impossible to see with the naked eye. In fact, its impossible to see with the microscopes typically used in a high school science classes. The microscopes needed to see things at the nanoscale were invented relatively recentlyabout 30 years ago.

Once scientists had the right tools, such as thescanning tunneling microscope (STM)and the atomic force microscope (AFM), the age of nanotechnology was born.

Although modern nanoscience and nanotechnology are quite new, nanoscale materialswereused for centuries. Alternate-sized gold and silver particles created colors in the stained glass windows of medieval churches hundreds of years ago. The artists back then just didnt know that the process they used to create these beautiful works of art actually led to changes in the composition of the materials they were working with.

Today's scientists andengineers are finding a wide variety of ways to deliberatelymake materials at the nanoscale to take advantage of their enhanced properties such as higher strength, lighter weight,increased control oflight spectrum, and greater chemical reactivity than theirlarger-scale counterparts.

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