Nanotechnology

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Date of Publication: Jan 11, 2016
Two-dimensional (2D) materials are currently one of the most active areas of nano-materials research, and offer a huge opportunity for both fundamental studies and practical applications, including superfast, low-power, flexible and wearable electronics, sensors, photonics and electrochemical energy storage devices that will have an immense impact on our society.  Graphene exhibits a unique combination of mechanical, thermal, electronic and optical properties that provide opportunities for new innovation in flexible displays, transistors, photosensors, RFID tags, solar cells, secondary batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, conductive inks, EMI shielding heat insulation, anti-oxidation and LEDs across multiple industries including consumer electronics, automotive, aerospace, medicine, energy, 3D printing, polymer composites, wireless technology, filtration and coatings.

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Date of Publication: Jan 12, 2016
In 2015, the global nanotechnology market has shown impressive growth supported by certain prominent factors, like obtaining significant amounts of public and private investments in R&D, partnerships & strategic alliances between countries. At present, the bio-medical industry is one of the largest sectors in which nano-enabled products have made major contributions, majorly in healthcare industry, with significant developments being done in other sectors like electronics and energy as well.

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Date of Publication: Jan 28, 2015
A new business opportunity is emerging for smart materials that exhibit multiple functionalities in a variety of different applications sectors. For example, in the construction sector we have now reached the point where it is possible to fabricate smart windows that combine self-dimming, solar energy generation and self-healing into a single IGU. In aerospace, some smart surfaces can monitor the structural health of wings and fuselage and then make modest repairs. In other cases, multifunctional smart coatings and surfaces may improve functionality, while at the same time improving aesthetics.

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Date of Publication: May 19, 2016

A key objective of this report is to discuss how the latest technological trends – for example to light- and electroactive shape memory polymers (SMPs), or to novel shape memory alloys (SMAs) will expand addressable markets and create new opportunities for both major firms and start-ups. Included in this analysis: how particular shape memory materials are likely to perform in the marketplace and how SMAs and SMPs are most likely to find their respective niches and price points. This report also analyzes how end-user markets for shape memory materials are changing.


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Date of Publication: Oct 22, 2015

According to this research report, quantum dots will enable a market for devices and components worth over $11bn by 2026. The demand for quantum dots will grow from less than 100 kg today to several tons over the next decade. After some difficult early years, the commercialization of quantum dots is turning into a success story. This report covers all types of colloidal quantum dots (core, core/shell, cadmium-free, quantum rods, etc...). It gives an assessment of the main applications of quantum dots in displays, lighting, photovoltaic (PV), sensors and life science.


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Date of Publication: Oct 27, 2015
Smart composites leverage the commercial success of the composite technology model and apply it specifically to smart materials.  In regular composites two materials are combined to create a new material with functionality that is significantly different to the original materials. Typically, a smart composite is a smart material embedded in polymer, textiles, metal or concrete. In a few cases, smart composites are fabricated from two “dumb” materials that become smart only when they are combined. Our analysis suggests that these smart composites will have a growing role in a number of important applications and industry sectors. Many smart composites are inherently multifunctional and the latest smart composite technology even promises the ability to embed programmability into materials, enabling robotics-like behavior without embedded electronics.

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Date of Publication: Nov 12, 2015
Nanotechnology is a key driver for new and innovative coating applications. The thin nanofilms, nanoscale coatings and nanostructured surfaces (for the purposes of this report generically referred to as nanocoatings) market has witnessed substantial growth in the last decade. Nanoscale (~10-nm to ~200-nm) features impart radically new properties to surfaces such as anti-reflectivity and superhydrophobicity. The nanocoatings market is conservatively estimated to be worth approximately $2-2.5 billion per annum at present, and forecasted to grow to over $9.7 billion per annum by 2025. There has been a huge increase in applications of new coatings technology over the past few years across numerous industrial sectors. The global trend for the coatings industry is for multifunctional, decorative/aesthetically enhanced and service free or low maintenance coatings.