Which new technology market is expected to reach $177 billion in five years?
Suddenly nanomedicine is on the tip of everyone’s tongue, but ask those typically clued-up about science and technology to define it: the answers may be surprisingly inconsistent
Can biodegradability square the econanotech circle?
Can we mitigate risk whilst pursuing benefit to humanity?
An unexpectedly fresh perspective on nanotech
So this set of conference videos was supposed to be about regulatory issues. Shockingly perhaps, it turned out to be neither alarmist scaremongering nor shameless cheerleading.
Who IS this guy?
Never heard of Oliver Kreylos? You will. He’s just transformed the Kinect from a hands-free game controller into a holographic camera. The demo blew many minds, quickly getting a million YouTube hits. He didn’t think it was that impressive: check out what he’s working on now
Where does nanochemistry belong in the world of nanotech?
To get some insight into this new discipline, you might find this video describing the background to a researcher’s eureka moment well worth watching. It’s a talk by Geoffrey Ozin, widely regarded as the father of nanochemistry
Beyond incubation: the competence centre
Is this the answer to investor worries about incubator failure?
Put the kettle on – the nanotech teabag has arrived
Safe drinking water is still an issue in many parts of the world. Will the nanotech teabag provide a solution to this problem?
Giant Steps in Nanotech
Want to find out more about nanotech? This video gives a good explanation in a way that’s easy to understand.
Nanotech funding holds steady
European nanotech firms turned over €44 billion in 2009, according to industry body IVAM. Orders and sales volumes were down but funding held steady.
Bluffer’s guide to nanotechnology
A charmingly British academic video explaining the nuts and bolts, so to speak, of nanotechnology.
Who’s who: BASF Venture Capital
Outline of BASF Venture Capital.