Want in on nanotechnology? Capitalize on collaborative environments

The 21st century has been hailed the nano-century, and major technological breakthroughs are expected from the control of the matter at the nanoscale. However, despite its promises, nanotechnology still seems to be stuck in the status of an emerging science, according to Assistant Professor Raphael Zingg of Waseda University and Dr. Marius Fischer of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. With their work published in Nano Today on February 22, 2019, they shed light on the issue of technology transfer between universities and private entities that will develop commercial products.

Want in on nanotechnology? Capitalize on collaborative environments

The 21st century has been hailed the nano-century, and major technological breakthroughs are expected from the control of the matter at the nanoscale. However, despite its promises, nanotechnology ...

Wed 20 Mar 19 from Phys.org

Want in on nanotechnology? Capitalize on collaborative environments, Wed 20 Mar 19 from Eurekalert

Study Shows Collaboration Between Research Institutions and Private Firms is Conducive to Innovation in Nanotechnology

“The 21st century has been hailed the nano-century, and major technological breakthroughs are expected from the control of the matter at the nanoscale. However, despite its promises,...

Thu 21 Mar 19 from AZoNano

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