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New Challenges Face Nanotechnology Investments to Simultaneously Stimulate Research and Innovation

Jan. 2011- At a time when both public and private stakeholders are evaluating the impact of the last decades’ investments in nanotechnology research and development, numerous indicators provide a positive outlook for both short and long term strategies for future investments. The indicators and data providing a positive outlook for increased future opportunities are predominantly derived from the ...

America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010 Clears the House With Bipartisan Support

Jun. 2010- On Friday, May 28th at 3:00pm, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 5116, America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010, by a vote of 262 to 150. Included in H.R. 5116 is the National Nanotechnology Initiative Amendments Act of 2010. The bill, which has over 100 cosponsors and more than 750 endorsers, makes investments in science, innovation, and education to support employers today while ...

Nanotechnology Legislation in the 111th Congress

Sep. 2009- Congress returned from it's August recess last week, so it seems like a good moment to review legislation affecting nanotechnology that has been introduced so far in the 111th Congress. (This overview was originally published on the PorterWright Nanotechnology Law Report.)

OECD Report Urges Governments and Businesses to Take the Long View

Jun. 2009- National Nanomanufacturing Network: An OECD report released this month examines its member countries’ policy responses to the economic crisis in an effort to develop strategic approaches to stimulate the economy in the areas of finance, competition, and governance and to restore long-term growth.

Economic Impact of Nanomanufacturing Initiatives

Mar. 2009- National Nanomanufacturing Network: Early projections for global market growth of nano-enabled products–which have increased by about 25% per year since 2000 and predict US $1 trillion by 2015—are still relevant in 2009.