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Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials – IN-PART Technology Directory

This article is a directory of all the nanotechnology and nanomaterials innovations published on IN-PART’s matchmaking platform for university-industry collaboration. Behind each innovation is an academic researcher (or research team) actively looking for businesses to collaborate for further development, commercialisation and/or licensing.

The Directory of Contents (below) captures the major sectors and application areas of each nanotechnology published on IN-PART, as of October 2017. Innovations are listed by title. Following the hyperlinks through each title will take you to the full technology article on IN-PART, containing detailed information about the innovation and the forms of collaboration that the researchers are looking for.

At the bottom of every article is a form through which you can submit questions and introduction requests. For every request, IN-PART’s Community Engagement team provide a personal introduction to the associated contact at the university for a pre-collaboration discussion.

Access to IN-PART is free but requires a simple registration for verification. Our platform is designed to enable the first point of contact for new university-industry collaborations.


Directory of Contents (click the links to jump)
  1. Additive Manufacturing
  2. Bioengineering
  3. Carbon Nanomaterials
    1. – General
    2. – Catalysis (incl. Water Purification)
    3. – Communications
    4. – Electronics (incl. Displays & Solar Cells)
    5. – Robotics
    6. – Sensing and Biosensing
  4. Composite Materials
  5. Emulsions and Liposomes
  6. Gels and Nanofibres
  7. Imaging and Analytical Instrumentation
    1. – Microscopy
    2. – Sensing
    3. – Spectrometry
    4. – Tomography
  8. MEMS/NEMS
  9. Nanocomposites
    1. – Carbon Dioxide Capture
    2. – Coatings
    3. – Energy Storage
    4. – Materials
    5. – Military
  10. Nanofabrication and Nanopatterning
    1. – General
    2. – Electronics
    3. – Security
  11. Nanomedicine
    1. – Diagnostics
    2. – Drug Delivery
    3. – Treatment
  12. Nanoparticles
    1. – General
    2. – Catalysts and Membranes
    3. – Coatings
    4. – Consumer Goods
    5. – Energy Storage
  13. Nanoporous Materials
    1. – Carbon Dioxide Capture
    2. – Catalysts and Membranes
    3. – Coatings (Medical)
    4. – Energy Storage
  14. Photonics
  15. Quantum Dots
  16. Thin Films
    1. – General
    2. – Catalysts and Membranes
    3. – Electronics (incl. Displays & Solar Cells)

 

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Carbon Nanomaterials

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Composite Materials

 

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Emulsions and Liposomes

 

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Gels and Nanofibres

 

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Imaging and Analytical Instrumentation

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MEMS/NEMS

 

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Nanocomposites

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Nanofabrication and Nanopatterning

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Nanomedicine

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Nanoparticles

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Nanoporous Materials

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Photonics

 

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Quantum Dots

 

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Thin Films

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IN-FOCUS: Nanotechnology Directory compiled and curated by Josh & Alicja. 

Copyrights reserved unless otherwise agreed – IN-PART Publishing Ltd. 2017


Follow the links to the other articles published in the IN-FOCUS: Nanotechnology series:

–  Top 10 Nanotechnology Innovations (IN-PART)
– The Difficult Promises of Graphene (Nokia Bell Labs)
– Nanotechnology & IP: Trends and Best Practices (Stratagem IPM)
– How Big Data & Machine Learning are Changing Materials Discovery (LLNL)


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