Nanotechnology -2017

Global Conference on Nanotechnology and Materials Science will be organized at Las Vegas, USA from December 4-6, 2017 around the theme "Recent advancements in nanotechnology and materials science for global requirements."

Global Conference and Expo on Nanotechnology and Materials Science will be held during December 4-6, 2017, at Las Vegas, USA. The leading Global Nanotechnology and Materials science conference provides a platform for all the scientists working in the area of Nanotechnology, Nano medicine to come together and discuss the novel trends in nanotechnology and unites application from various scientific disciplines, pushing the frontiers of Applied Physics, Biological, Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.

Global Conference and Expo on Nanotechnology and Materials Science (GCNM) is an optimal platform for academic communications, exchange of ideas and inspirations between specialists and scholars in the fields related to nanotechnology and materials science, including hot issues such as DNA nanotechnology and polymers materials.

The conference would highlight all the aspects related to nanomedicine such as Cancer nanomedicine, Nanobiotechnology, Pharmaceutical nanomedicine, personalized nanomedicine,Advancements in Materials Science, Materials-Environment Interactions. The conference will also help in directing scientists who are facing legal and regulatory issues in clinical application of Nanomedicine. Enough opportunities will be provided for interaction and networking.

Highlights will include the following:

  • An exciting programme of invited speaker lectures and workshops by specialist groups featuring some of the world's leading experts in the field.
  • A busy exhibition area with lunch included in the delegate fee
  • Well-attended poster sessions in the same space as the exhibition
  • We hope that you will be able to join us for what promises to be an exciting meeting
  • On behalf of Nanotechnology& Materials Science-2017, Scient Global Conferences invites you to take this opportunity to join us for academic exchange and visit the city of Dubai
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    GCNM-2017

USA

U.S.-based inventors lead world in nanotechnology patents: study

Nanotechnology involves manipulating matter that's measured at the tiny "nanometer" length level. The diameter of a human hair is between 40,000 and 60,000 nanometers, said Valerie Moore, a patent agent and one of the authors of the study

U.S.-based inventors accounted for 54 percent of the nanotechnology patent applications and grants reviewed in the study, followed by South Korea with 7.8 percent, Japan with 7.1 percent, Germany with 6.2 percent and China with 4.9 percent. The number of nanotechnology patents has grown continuously since the early 2000s, the study said. Between 2007 and 2012 the total number of U.S. patent applications, U.S. granted patents and published international patent applications grew from about 14,250 to almost 18,900.

The United States, the European Union, as well as Japan and South Korea, have increased funding for nanotechnology education and research since 2000

Europe

Among the EU Member States, Germany had by far the highest number of patent applications to the EPO in 2012, some 22.8 thousand (41.4 % of the EU-28 total), followed by France (8.3 thousand), the United Kingdom (5.1 thousand), Italy (4.2 thousand) and the Netherlands (2.8 thousand). From non-member countries, the highest numbers of patent applications were recorded from the United States (28.5 thousand) and Japan (22.7 thousand), followed by South Korea (5.9 thousand) and China (5.5 thousand).

High-technology patent applications represented 67.2 % of the total patent applications in Rennes and 64.7 % in Marseille the highest shares recorded for any of the top 30 metropolitan areas. The next highest shares of high-technology patents were just over 50 % in Madrid and Malmö and between 40 % and 50 % in Heidelberg (Germany) and London

Among emerging technologies, nanotechnology is one of the most prominent examples, and there are high expectations for the application of nanotechnologies in a wide range of areas affecting daily life. Nanotechnology can be present in almost any area of science and engineering: it is just as relevant to biotechnologists and physicists as it is to electrical and mechanical engineers or materials scientists. Based on the number of patent applications made to the EPO in 2011, nanotechnology was a field of research still in its infancy and therefore small in terms of patenting activity: there were 108 nanotechnology patent applications from the EU-28, equivalent to 0.2 % of all EU-28 patent applications. Nevertheless, the EU-28 accounted for 41.6 % of the total number of nanotechnology patent applications to the EPO.

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