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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.


US Defense Department, State of Illinois announce multimillion-dollar quantum testing program

Buffalo-Rochester-Syracuse Tech Hub wins $40 million for semiconductor innovation

Around 4.5 million euros in federal funding for communicating quantum technologies to the general public

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

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Apr 21, 2025

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International Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials Experts Meet (NANO MAT 2025)

Sep 15, 2024

Montreal, QC, Canada

IEEE Quantum Week 2024

Nov 4, 2024

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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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