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(June 23, 2011) Due to its ability to enable materials, devices and systems with new properties and functions, nanotechnology is viewed as «the next industrial revolution». Aymeric Sallin explains how investors find the most promising nanotech start-ups and transform the companies into profitable businesses. http://www.empa.ch/
Investing in nanotechnology involves finding companies that specialize in this practice and researching what the companies are about. Discover more about investing in nanotechnology and historical trends of investing in other types of technology, with insight from a futures and options floor trader in this free video on investing. Expert: Mark Griffith Bio: Mark Griffith has graduated in economics and philosophy at Clare College, Cambridge. He has been a futures and options floor trader at LIFFE (London International Financial Futures Exchange). Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
Brazila Asset Management, An asset management group hosts Polybrite of Chicago, a worldwide supplier and provider of light emitting diode (LED) products. Professor Nafey has been nominated for a Nobel Prize in Science. In this video Professor Nafey talks about how nanotechnology plays a part in the future of lighting and energy conservation.
Jurvetson describes his position and interest in the nanotechnology industry. In his opinion, it is still too early for the average venture firm to invest in the industry--in part, because they invest in companies that are much farther along o
Nanotechnology How will it affect your Business? Professor Steve Currall For information on executive education programmes at London Business School, visit http://www.london.edu/programmes/executiveeducation.html Subscribe to more London Business School videos: http://bit.ly/lbsyoutube
Behold The Future...Scientists invent Nanotechnology that Connects your Brain to your Computer. A new science fiction technology has just been invented that will allow you to wirelessly interface with your computer straight from your brain. “In the Culture novels by Iain M. Banks, futuristic post-humans install devices on their brains called a “neural lace.” A mesh that grows with your brain, it’s essentially a wireless brain-computer interface. But it’s also a way to program your neurons to release certain chemicals with a thought. And now, there’s a neural lace prototype in real life.” -gizmodo Recently published in the Nature Nanotechnology was a group of engineers and chemists that got together to work on a new ultra-fine mesh nanotechnology that can merge into your brain. This...
Margaret Blohm is the Nanotechnology Advanced Technology leader at GE Global Research. In this video, she is discussing some of the exciting work in Nanotechnology and the plans to commercialize that technology at GE. Learn more about GE's work in Nanotechnology by visiting www.edisonsdesk.com
Haydale Graphene Industries (LON:HAYD) CEO, Ray Gibbs, tells Proactiveinvestors about how they are overcoming the technical challenges of integrating the nanotechnology of graphene with other materials to produce exciting new products. He also talks about the how they are going to be investing in new plant and technology at their South Wales base
Leading Nanotechnology Companies. Part of the series: All About Nanotechnology. Leading nanotechnology companies include Intel, IBM, Amgen, Genentech, Toshiba and HP. Learn about nanotechnology companies in the United States and around the world from the director of the California Institute of Nanotechnology in this free video on nanotechnology. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_4990834_leading-nanotechnology-companies.html
Several countries are developing nanoweapons that could unleash attacks using mini-nuclear b∅mbs and insect-like lethal robots. While it may be the stuff of science fiction today, the advancement of nanotechnology in the coming years will make it a bigger threat to humanity than conventional n∪clear weapons, according to an expert. The U.S., Russia and China are believed to be investing billions on nanowεapons research. "Nanobots are the real concern about wiping out humanity because they can be weapons of mass destruction http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/17/mini-nukes-and-inspect-bot-weapons-being-primed-for-future-warfare.html
If potential benefits of molecular nanotechnology (MNT) sound too good to be true, there is one caveat — the potential dangers of molecular nanotechnology. When nanofactories can arrange atoms into structures — playing with the building blocks of life itself, or in this case nanoblocks -- theoretically anything allowable by the laws of physics can be created fast and cheap. Requirements include a few square feet for the nanofactory, the software, and an electrical outlet. Criminals, terrorists, disturbed individuals, governments, and antisocial groups of all stripes would be incredibly empowered by such technology. Additional potential dangers of molecular nanotechnology threaten the economy, environment, human rights, and world peace. The rush to gain supremacy through nanoweaponry co...
RMIT Research is developing an integrated capability in nanotechnology. This comprises the design and modelling of nanomaterials and nanostructures, the synthesis of functional materials, and the fabrication and characterisation of novel nano-scale devices. This integrated capability in nanotechnology focuses on discovery-type fundamental research and also the development of application products in specific areas such as security and air/water purification. Find out about study and research at RMIT University: http://www.rmit.edu.au/programs Copyright © 2011 RMIT University
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On Wednesday, June 8, 2011, Senator Wyden spoke on the floor of the US Senate in support of the Economic Development Revitalization Act of 2011 (S. 782), specifically citing the success and future of nanotechnology, one of the leading growth industries with jobs in the US.
Nanotechnology is defined as the understanding and control of matter at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 nanometers, a scale at which unique properties of materials emerge that can be used to develop novel technologies and products.