Nanotech 2007 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2007 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Licensing, IP and Regulatory Chapter 8

Addressing 3rd-Party Patent Protection in the Product Development Process
S. Weseman
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation, US

International Patent Protection: Important Considerations and Trends in the Nanotechnology Industry
M. Manning and S.B. Maebius
Foley & Lardner LLP, US

Nanotechnology Patent Mapping
R. Michalitsch, C. Kallinger, V. Veefkind, Y. Verbandt and M. Scheu
European Patent Office, NL

Topography of Nanotech Patents 2007
J.H. Rosedale and A.B. Rabinowitz
Woodcock Washburn LLP, US

A Framework for Responsible Nanotechnology
S. Walsh and T. Medley
Environmental Defense, US

Risk Identification and Assessment Techniques in the Absence of Toxicology Data on Nanomaterials
A. Wardak, S. Deshpande, N. Swami and M. Gorman
University of Virginia, US

Health Risk Assessment of Products Containing Nano-engineered Materials
F.S. Mowat, A.L. Hartzell, M.G. da Silva and J.S. Tsuji
Exponent, US

Nanotechnology and the Global Poor: United States Policy and International Collaborations
R. Rodrigues, R. Sandler, W.D. Kay and T. Lodwick
Northeastern University, US

Study of Dynamics of R and D of CNT in Japan Based upon Viewpoints of Nanotechnology Boom and Risk Perception
A. Goto, A. Takenaka and T. Yagishita
University of Shizuoka, JP

Cost Saving Strategies – Using a project planning process that can integrate capital and operational spending into a Nanofabrication Business Plan
A. Gregg and M. Strnad
Abbie Gregg, Inc., US

A Quantitaive Method for Assessing Opportunitiutes for Academia/Industry Collaborations in Nanotechnology
T. Isakowitz
University of Pennsylvania, US

The Center for Accelerated Applications at the Nanoscale
S. Decker
Center for Accelerated Applications at the Nanoscale, US

Developing green nanotechnology: opportunities and challenges through innovation
B.L.S. Maddux
ONAMI Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing Initiative, US

Nanotechnology in Brand Protection
J.S. Rutt
Foley & Lardner LLP, US

How do we, as a society, guide the development of nanotechnology?
M.F. Aznar
Foresight Nanotech Institute, US

A Collaborative Approach to Architectural and Societal Issues in Nanotechnology
G. Elvin and J. Woerner
Ball State University, US

Education in Nanotechnology through Microscopy Made Easy
M. Gullo
Nanosurf AG, CH

The Workforce Needs of Nanotechnology Firms: An In-Depth Study of Biotechnology, Microelectronics and Optics Firms in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona
C.E. Van Horn and A. Fichtner
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, US

An integrated, industry-linked approach to developing a nanotechnology curriculum for secondary students in Australia
K.J.S. Alford, F. Calati and P.N. Binks
Bridge 8 Pty Ltd, AU

Undergraduate Nanoscience Program at U of Wisconsin-Stout
F.S. Schultz
University of Wisconsin-Stout, US

ISBN: 1-4200-6182-8
Pages: 726
Hardcopy: $139.95