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Nanotechnology World is an essential knowledge resource for participants of the global nanotech sector, bringing together in one ecosystem all forms of nanotechnology research labs and all relevant solution providers.

NW’s mission is to catalyze the growth and mainstream adoption of nanotechnology-related innovations, products, and services by providing essential means, tools, and services that foster the exchange of ideas, facilitate information-sharing, and ensure global access for nanotechnology stakeholders.


Echion Technologies secures £29 million to help commercialise its sustainable battery technology

Bristol spinout raises more than £17.5m to deliver cutting-edge composites

Liquid Instruments secures $12M in funding from Breakthrough Victoria and other investors to expand manufacturing and accelerate technology development in Australia

Black Semiconductor Secures Landmark €254M in Series A for Graphene Chip Innovation

LG Electronics LG’s New TONE Free Wireless Earbuds With Pure Graphene for Exceptional Audio

Rapidus and IBM expand collaboration to chiplet packaging technology for 2nm-generation semiconductors

Postdoctoral Fellowships programme (HORIZON-MSCA-2024-PF-01)


R&D Material Laboratory Intern


Research Process Scientist in Nano-Fabrication – DTU Physics


Research Associate in Thin Film Devices for Magnetic and Spintronic Applications

United Kingdom

Professor in Experimental Physics (remote sensing)


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Enabling tomorrow’s batteries through comprehensive materials analysis

During this webinar, hosted by the Volta Foundation, we explored the benefits of applying comprehensive and correlated battery materials analysis techniques. Find out how electron microscopy-based analysis in combination with confocal Raman microscopy/spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy (AFM) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) deliver holistic solutions for R&D and manufacturing.

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