MIC Estimate that by 2010 the Danish Micro-Nano 'Industry' will have a Turnover of about EUR 1.3 billion
August 31, 2005
Throughout the 1990s, nanotechnological research in Denmark received support from the Danish Foundation for Basic Research, Danish research councils and from 'materials science' programmes.DUBLIN, Ireland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 31, 2005--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c23432) has announced the addition of Nanotechnology in Denmark 2005-2006 to their offering.
Throughout the 1990s, nanotechnological research in Denmark received support from the Danish Foundation for Basic Research, Danish research councils and from 'materials science' programmes.
Denmark has built on this foresight (although there is still no national nanotechnology initiative) and possesses numerous research environments with international standard R&D facilities in nanotechnology. The most internationally renowned nanotechnology centre in Denmark is MIC, based at the Technical University of Denmark, who estimate that by 2010 the Danish micro-nano "industry" will have a turnover of about EUR 1.3 billion.
Topics covered in this report:
-- Nanotechnology-What is it?
-- What are nanomaterials
-- Nanotechnology in Denmark
-- Government Policy and Initiatives
-- Universities and Research Centres
-- Commercial Activity in Denmark
-- Nanotechnology Companies (14 companies)
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