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Nanotechnology in Europe 2009

  • ID: 694660
  • February 2009
  • Region: Europe
  • 496 Pages
  • Nanoposts.com

Nanotechnology in Europe is a new report 496 page on who’s doing what in nanotechnology from the Netherlands to Norway, the United Kingdom to the Ukraine. Billions of euros now being invested across the continent, publicly and privately, and scores of products and processes are impacting the market. This 295 page provides an in-depth analysis of companies, researchers, government bodies, networks and funding initiatives.

Contents include:

- Funding to 2010 and beyond
- Key technologies and markets
- Market structure and business models
- Main manufacturers and suppliers
- Market size for last 3 years and forecasted to 2013
- Market trends and drivers
- National initiatives
- Key research groups and centres
- Nanotechnology SMEs and large companies with nano activities

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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN EUROPE
1.1.1 Funding
1.1.2 National programmes
1.1.3 Centres and infrastructure
1.1.4 Networks
1.1.5 Companies
1.2 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN ASIA-PACIFIC
1.2.1 Funding
1.2.2 National programmes
1.2.3 Centres and infrastructure
1.2.4 Networks
1.2.5 Companies
1.3 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN NORTH AMERICA
1.3.1 Funding
1.3.2 National programmes
1.3.2.1 State initiatives
1.3.3 Centres and infrastructure
1.3.4 Networks in North America
1.3.5 Companies
1.4 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
1.5 NANOTECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

2 COMMERCIALISING NANOTECHNOLOGY
2.1 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
2.1.1 Suppliers
2.1.1.1 Materials
2.1.1.2 Tools and instrumentation
2.1.1.3 Devices and system integration
2.1.2 Buyers
2.1.3 New entrants
2.1.4 Substitution threats
2.1.5 Competition
2.2 KEY CHALLENGES
2.2.1 Technical
2.2.1.1 Understanding
2.2.1.2 Tools
2.2.2 Market
2.2.2.1 Hype
2.2.2.2 Cost
2.2.2.3 Production
2.2.2.4 Public Perception and Ethics
2.2.3 Regulation
2.3 MARKET TRENDS AND DRIVERS
2.3.1 Drivers
2.3.2 Trends
2.3.2.1 Collaboration
2.3.2.2 First to market
2.3.2.3 Nanomaterials advantage
2.3.2.4 Improved products
2.3.2.5 Decreasing cost of nanomaterials
2.3.2.6 Autonomous systems

3 KEY NANOMATERIALS
3.1 NANOPARTICLES
3.1.1 The global market for nanoparticles
3.1.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.1.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.1.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.1.2.3 Application developers
3.2 NANOCOMPOSITES
3.2.1 The global market for nanocomposites
3.2.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.2.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.2.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.2.2.3 Application developers
3.3 NANOCAPSULES
3.3.1 The global market for nanocapsules
3.3.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.3.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.3.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.3.2.3 Application developers
3.4 NANOPOROUS MATERIALS
3.4.1 The global market for nanoporous materials
3.4.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.4.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.4.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.4.2.3 Application developers
3.5 NANOFIBRES
3.5.1 The global market for nanofibres
3.5.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.5.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.5.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.5.2.3 Application developers
3.6 FULLERENES
3.6.1 The global market for fullerenes
3.6.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.6.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.6.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.6.2.3 Application developers
3.7 NANOWIRES
3.7.1 The global market for nanowires
3.7.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.7.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.7.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.7.2.3 Application developers
3.8 CARBON NANOTUBES
3.8.1 The global market for carbon nanotubes
3.8.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.8.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.8.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.8.2.3 Application developers
3.9 QUANTUM DOTS
3.9.1 The global market for quantum dots
3.9.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.9.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.9.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.9.2.3 Application developers
3.10 NANOCOATINGS
3.10.1 The global market for nanocoatings
3.10.2 KEY PLAYERS
3.10.2.1 Manufacturers and end users
3.10.2.2 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.10.2.3 Application developers

4 MARKET SEGMENTATION
4.1 AEROSPACE AND DEFENCE
4.1.1 Nanotechnology in the defence sector
4.1.2 Nanotechnology in the aerospace sector
4.1.3 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.1.4 The global market for nanomaterials in the aerospace and defence sectors
4.1.4.1 Nanocomposites
4.1.4.2 Nanoscale electronics & sensors
4.1.4.3 Nanocoatings
4.1.4.4 Energy devices & fuel additives
4.1.4.5 Smart materials
4.1.5 Key Players
4.2 ELECTRONICS AND ITC
4.2.1 Nanotechnology in the electronics and ITC sector
4.2.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.2.3 The global market for nanomaterials in the electronics and ICT sector
4.2.3.1 Carbon nanotubes
4.2.3.2 Nanowires
4.2.3.3 Nanoscale memory
4.2.3.4 Printed electronics
4.2.3.5 NEMS
4.2.3.6 Spintronics
4.2.3.7 Quantum dots
4.2.4 Key Players
4.3 ENERGY
4.3.1 Nanotechnology in the energy sector
4.3.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.3.3 The global market for nanomaterials in energy
4.3.3.1 Photovoltaics
4.3.3.2 Fuel cells and batteries
4.3.3.3 Thermoelectrics
4.3.3.4 Aerogels
4.3.4 Key Players
4.4 LIFE SCIENCES AND HEALTHCARE
4.4.1 Nanotechnology in the life sciences and healthcare sector
4.4.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.4.3 The global market for nanomaterials in the life sciences and healthcare sector
4.4.3.1 Nanoscale biosensors and imaging
4.4.3.2 Nanocoatings on surfaces and implants
4.4.3.3 Nanoparticulate drug delivery
4.4.4 Key Players
4.5 CONSTRUCTION
4.5.1 Nanotechnology in the construction sector
4.5.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.5.3 The global market for nanomaterials in construction
4.5.3.1 Nanoscale sensors & smart materials
4.5.3.2 Nanocomposites
4.5.3.3 Nanocoatings
4.5.3.4 Nanoparticle additives to concrete
4.5.4 Key Players
4.6 TEXTILES
4.6.1 Nanotechnology in the textiles sector
4.6.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.6.3 The global market for nanomaterials in textiles
4.6.3.1 Nanocoatings
4.6.3.2 Smart materials & sensors
4.6.3.3 Nanofibres/nanotubes
4.6.4 Key Players
4.7 ENVIRONMENT AND WATER
4.7.1 Nanotechnology in the environment and water sectors
4.7.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.7.3 The global market for nanomaterials in the environment and water sectors
4.7.3.1 Nanoporous membranes
4.7.3.2 Chemical and bio nanosensors
4.7.3.3 Nanoparticles
4.7.3.4 Nanocoatings
4.7.4 Key Players
4.8 FOOD AND DRINK
4.8.1 Nanotechnology in food production
4.8.2 Nanotechnology in food processing and safety
4.8.3 Nanotechnology in food packaging
4.8.4 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.8.5 The global market for nanomaterials in the food and drink sector
4.8.5.1 Nanosensors
4.8.5.2 Nanoencapsulation
4.8.5.3 Nanocoatings
4.8.5.4 Nanocomposites
4.8.5.5 Nanoporous membranes
4.8.6 Key Players
4.9 CONSUMER GOODS AND HOUSEHOLD CARE
4.9.1 Nanotechnology in the consumer goods and household care sectors
4.9.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.9.3 The global market for nanomaterials in the consumer goods and household care sectors
4.9.3.1 Nanocomposites
4.9.3.2 Nanocoatings
4.9.3.3 Nanoparticles
4.9.4 Key Players
4.10 BRAND AND PRODUCT SECURITY
4.10.1 Nanotechnology in the brand and product security sector
4.10.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.10.3 The global market for nanomaterials in the brand and product security sector
4.10.3.1 Nanocoatings
4.10.3.2 Nanoparticles
4.10.4 Key Players
4.11 AUTOMOTIVE AND TRANSPORTATION
4.11.1 Nanotechnology in the automotive & transportation sectors
4.11.2 Key applications and market opportunity to 2015
4.11.3 The global market for nanomaterials in the automotive and transportation sector
4.11.4 The global market for nanomaterials in automotive and transportation
4.11.4.1 Nanocoatings
4.11.4.2 Nanocompostite fillers
4.11.4.3 Nanoadditives in catalysts and lubricants
4.11.4.4 Fuel cells
4.11.4.5 Nanoscale smart materials
4.11.5 Key Players

5 THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC)
5.1 THE FRAMEWORK PROGRAMMES

6 GERMANY
6.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
6.1.1 Nano-Initiative-Aktionsplan 2010
6.1.2 Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWI)
6.1.3 Ministry of Science (BMBF)
6.1.4 German Federal Institute of Risk Assessment (BfR)
6.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
6.2.1 Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
6.2.2 Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (MPG)
6.2.3 Leibniz Association (WGL)
6.2.4 Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (FhG)
6.2.5 Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft (HGF)
6.2.6 Volkswagen Foundation
6.2.7 Centre for Advanced European Science and Research (CAESAR)
6.2.8 Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
6.2.9 VDI
6.2.10 Charité
6.2.11 Other centres
6.3 NETWORKS
6.3.1 The competence networks
6.3.2 Other networks
6.4 UNIVERSITIES
6.4.1 Darmstadt University of Technology
6.4.2 Free University Berlin
6.4.3 Ludwig-Maximilians University
6.4.4 Technical University of Berlin
6.4.5 Technical University of Chemnitz
6.4.6 Technical University Kaiserlautern
6.4.7 Technical University Munich
6.4.8 RWTH Aachen University
6.4.9 University of Bochum
6.4.10 University of Hannover
6.4.11 University of Hamburg
6.4.12 University of Heidelberg
6.4.13 University of Kassel
6.4.14 University of Munich
6.4.15 University of Paderborn
6.4.16 University of Siegen
6.4.17 University of Ulm
6.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
6.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
6.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

7 UNITED KINGDOM
7.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
7.1.1 Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
7.1.2 Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN)
7.1.3 DEFRA
7.1.4 Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
7.1.5 Regional Development Agencies (RDAs)
7.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
7.2.1 Capital Facilities
7.3 NETWORKS
7.4 UNIVERSITIES
7.4.1 New East Wales Institute of Higher Education
7.4.2 University of Aberdeen
7.4.3 Aston University
7.4.4 Queen Mary College, London
7.4.5 University of Bath
7.4.6 University of Birmingham
7.4.7 University of Bradford
7.4.8 University of Brighton
7.4.9 University of Bristol
7.4.10 Brunel University
7.4.11 University of Cambridge
7.4.12 University of Cardiff
7.4.13 University of Central Lancashire
7.4.14 University of Cranfield
7.4.15 De Montfort University
7.4.16 University of Dundee
7.4.17 University of Durham
7.4.18 University of Edinburgh
7.4.19 University of Exeter
7.4.20 University of Glasgow
7.4.21 University of Greenwich
7.4.22 Heriot Watt University
7.4.23 Hull University
7.4.24 Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
7.4.25 University of Kent
7.4.26 Lancaster University
7.4.27 University of Leeds
7.4.28 University of Leicester
7.4.29 University of Liverpool
7.4.30 University of London, Royal Holloway
7.4.31 Loughborough University
7.4.32 University of Manchester
7.4.33 Manchester Metropolitan University
7.4.34 University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
7.4.35 University of Northumbria
7.4.36 University of Nottingham
7.4.37 Nottingham Trent University
7.4.38 University of Oxford
7.4.39 University of the West of Scotland
7.4.40 University of Plymouth
7.4.41 University of Portsmouth
7.4.42 Queen Mary University London
7.4.43 Queens University Belfast
7.4.44 University of Reading
7.4.45 Robert Gordon University
7.4.46 University of Salford
7.4.47 University of Sheffield
7.4.48 Sheffield Hallam University
7.4.49 University of Southampton
7.4.50 University of Strathclyde
7.4.51 University of St Andrews
7.4.52 University of Sunderland
7.4.53 University of Surrey
7.4.54 University of Sussex
7.4.55 University of Teeside
7.4.56 University of Ulster
7.4.57 University of Wales, Swansea
7.4.58 University of Wales, Aberystwyth
7.4.59 University of Wales, Bangor
7.4.60 University of Warwick
7.4.61 University of York
7.4.62 University College London
7.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
7.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
7.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

8 FRANCE
8.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
8.1.1 Ministry of Higher Education and Research
8.1.2 Ministry of Research
8.1.3 Ministry of Industry
8.1.4 National Research Agency (ANR)
8.1.4.1 National Nanosciences and Nanotechnology Network, R3N
8.1.5 C'Nano
8.1.6 OSEO
8.1.7 Micro and Nanotechnology Observatory
8.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
8.2.1 CNRS
8.2.2 CEA-LETI
8.2.2.1 MINATEC
8.2.3 ONERA
8.2.4 Other centres
8.3 NETWORKS
8.4 UNIVERSITIES
8.4.1 University of Bourgogne
8.4.2 University of Franche-Comté
8.4.3 University of Lyon
8.4.4 University Paris-Sud
8.4.5 University of Reims
8.4.6 University of Technology, Troyes
8.5 COMPANIES
8.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
8.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

9 BELGIUM
9.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
9.1.1 Belgium National Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS)
9.1.2 Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO)
9.1.3 Wallonia Programme Nano
9.1.4 Flemish Institute for the Promotion of Scientific–Technological Research in Industry (IWT)
9.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
9.2.1 Inter-University Micro Electronics Centre (IMEC)
9.2.2 Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO)
9.2.3 Flemish Institute for Biotechnology (VIB)
9.2.4 Belgian Ceramic Research Centre
9.2.5 Flanders Materials Centre (Flamac)
9.3 NETWORKS
9.4 UNIVERSITIES
9.4.1 Catholic University of Leuven (KULeuven)
9.4.2 University of Antwerp
9.4.3 Limburgs University Centrum
9.4.4 Catholic University Louvain (UCL)
9.4.5 Free University of Brussels (ULB)
9.4.6 FUNDP in Namur
9.4.7 University of Liege
9.4.8 University of Mons-Hainaut
9.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
9.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
9.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

10 DENMARK
10.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
10.1.1 Danish Council for Strategic Research/Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation
10.1.2 Danish National Research Foundation
10.1.3 Danish Ministry of the Interior and Health
10.1.4 Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation
10.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
10.2.1 Danish Technological Institute
10.2.2 DFM
10.2.3 MIC, Department of Micro and Nanotechnology
10.2.4 Riso National Laboratory
10.3 NETWORKS
10.4 UNIVERSITIES
10.4.1 Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
10.4.2 University of Aarhus
10.4.3 University of Aalborg
10.4.4 University of Copenhagen
10.4.5 Roskilde University
10.4.6 University of Southern Denmark
10.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
10.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
10.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

11 FINLAND
11.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
11.1.1 Ministry of Trade and Industry
11.1.2 Ministry of Employment and Economy
11.1.3 TEKES
11.1.3.1 FinNano
11.1.4 Academy of Finland
11.1.5 Ministry of Education
11.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
11.2.1 VTT
11.3 NETWORKS
11.4 UNIVERSITIES
11.4.1 Helsinki University of Technology
11.4.2 University of Helsinki
11.4.3 University of Joensuu
11.4.4 University of Jyvaskyla
11.4.5 University of Oulu
11.4.6 University of Turku
11.4.7 Tampere University of Technology
11.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
11.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
11.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

12 IRELAND
12.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
12.1.1 Higher Education Authority (HEA)
12.1.1.1 INSPIRE- Integrated NanoScience Platform for Ireland
12.1.2 Enterprise Ireland
12.1.3 Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)
12.1.4 Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology
12.1.5 Forfas
12.1.6 Food Safety Ireland
12.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
12.2.1 Tyndall Institute
12.3 NETWORKS
12.4 UNIVERSITIES
12.4.1 Trinity College Dublin
12.4.2 University College, Dublin
12.4.3 Dublin Institute of Technology
12.4.4 Dublin City University
12.4.5 Institute of Technology, Carlow
12.4.6 National University of Ireland, Galway
12.4.7 University College Cork
12.4.8 University of Limerick
12.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
12.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
12.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

13 THE NETHERLANDS
13.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
13.1.1 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)
13.1.2 Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM))
13.1.3 Council for Applied Research (STW)
13.1.4 SenterNovem
13.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
13.2.1 Amsterdam nanoCenter
13.2.2 3TU
13.2.2.1 Center of Competence (Applications of NanoTechnology)
13.2.3 BIOMADE
13.2.4 MESA+
13.2.5 TNO
13.2.6 NMI
13.2.7 Energy Centre Netherlands
13.3 NETWORKS
13.3.1 NanoNed
13.3.1.1 NanoLab NL
13.3.2 MicroNed
13.3.3 MinacNed
13.4 UNIVERSITIES
13.4.1 University of Amsterdam
13.4.2 Delft University of Technology
13.4.3 Technical University of Eindhoven
13.4.4 University of Groningen
13.4.5 Lieden University
13.4.6 Radboud University Nijmegen
13.4.7 University of Twente
13.4.8 University of Utrecht
13.4.9 University of Wageningen
13.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
13.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
13.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

14 SWEDEN
14.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
14.1.1 Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF)
14.1.2 Swedish Research Council (TFR)
14.1.3 Agency for Innovation Systems (Vinnova)
14.1.4 Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
14.1.5 The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA)
14.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
14.2.1 Acreo Institute
14.2.2 MAX-lab
14.2.3 Swedish Institute for Fiber and Polymer Research
14.2.4 EXSELENT
14.3 NETWORKS
14.4 UNIVERSITIES
14.4.1 Chalmers University of Technology
14.4.2 Gothenburg University
14.4.3 Linköping University
14.4.4 University of Lund
14.4.5 University of Mid Sweden
14.4.6 Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
14.4.7 Uppsala University
14.5 NETWORKS
14.6 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
14.6.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
14.6.2 Tools and instrumentation

15 SWITZERLAND
15.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
15.1.1 Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF)
15.1.1.1 NCCR Nanoscale Science
15.1.2 Swiss Federal Office of Public Health
15.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
15.2.1 EPFL
15.2.2 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ)
15.2.3 Swiss Centre for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM)
15.2.4 Swiss Federal Office of Metrology
15.2.5 Paul Scherrer Institute
15.3 NETWORKS
15.4 UNIVERSITIES
15.4.1 University of Neuchatel
15.4.2 University of Basel
15.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
15.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
15.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

16 ITALY
16.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
16.1.1 Ministry for University and Research (MIUR)
16.1.2 National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment (ENEA)
16.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
16.2.1 National Research Council (CNR)
16.2.2 National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN)
16.2.3 National Institute of Metrological Research (INRIM)
16.2.4 Consortium for Material Sciences and Technologies (INSTM)
16.2.5 Elettra
16.2.6 The Elba Foundation
16.2.7 Veneto Nanotech
16.2.8 NanoFab
16.3 NETWORKS
16.4 UNIVERSITIES
16.4.1 University of Venice
16.4.2 University of Torino
16.4.3 Torino Polytechnic
16.4.4 Milan Polytechnic
16.4.5 University of Milan
16.4.6 University of Salerno
16.4.7 University of Trieste
16.4.8 University of Perugia
16.4.9 University of Calabria
16.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
16.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures

17 AUSTRIA
17.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
17.1.1 Austrian Council
17.1.2 Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG)
17.1.3 Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
17.1.4 Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT)
17.1.4.1 NANO Initiative
17.1.5 Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture (BMNWK)
17.1.6 Federal Ministry for Economy and Labour (BMWA)
17.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
17.2.1 Austrian Academy of Sciences (OAW)
17.2.2 Austrian Research Centres (ARC)
17.2.3 Erwin Schrödinger Society for Nanosciences
17.2.4 Joanneum Research
17.3 NETWORKS
17.4 UNIVERSITIES
17.4.1 Johannes Kepler University Linz
17.4.2 Karl-Franzens University
17.4.3 Technical University Vienna
17.4.4 Technical University Graz
17.4.5 University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna
17.4.6 University of Leoben
17.4.7 University of Linz
17.4.8 University of Vienna
17.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
17.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
17.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

18 SPAIN
18.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
18.1.1 Ministry of Science and Technology (MCYT)
18.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
18.3 NETWORKS
18.4 UNIVERSITIES
18.4.1 University of Alicante
18.4.2 University Autónoma Barcelona (UAB)
18.4.3 University Autónoma Madrid (UAM)
18.4.4 University of Barcelona
18.4.5 University of Malaga
18.4.6 University of Santiago de Compostela
18.4.7 University of Vigo
18.4.8 University of Zaragoza
18.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
18.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
18.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

19 RUSSIA
19.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
19.1.1 Ministry for Industry, Science and Technologies
19.1.2 Ministry of Economic Development and Trade
19.1.3 Russian Nanotechnology Corporation (Rosnanotekh-Rusnano)
19.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
19.2.1 Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
19.2.1.1 Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute
19.3 NETWORKS
19.4 UNIVERSITIES
19.5 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
19.5.1 Nanomaterials and nanostructures
19.5.2 Tools and instrumentation

20 GREECE
20.1 NETWORKS
20.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
20.3 UNIVERSITIES
20.4 MAIN NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

21 REST OF EASTERN EUROPE
21.1 POLAND
21.1.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.1.1.1 State Committee for Scientific Research (KBN)
21.1.1.2 Ministry of Science and Higher Education
21.1.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.1.3 NETWORKS
21.1.4 UNIVERSITIES
21.1.5 COMPANIES
21.2 CZECH REPUBLIC
21.2.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.2.1.1 Academy of Sciences
21.2.1.2 Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
21.2.1.3 Grant Agency of the Czech Republic
21.2.1.4 Minstry of Indusry and Trade
21.2.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.2.3 NETWORKS
21.2.4 UNIVERSITIES
21.2.5 COMPANIES
21.3 HUNGARY
21.3.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.3.1.1 Science and Technology Policy Council
21.3.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.3.3 UNIVERSITIES
21.3.4 COMPANIES
21.4 ESTONIA
21.4.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.4.1.1 Enterprise Estonia
21.4.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.4.3 UNIVERSITIES
21.4.4 COMPANIES
21.5 ROMANIA
21.5.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.5.1.1 Ministry of Education and Research
21.5.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.5.3 NETWORKS
21.5.4 UNIVERSITIES
21.6 LATVIA
21.6.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.6.1.1 Ministry of Education and Science
21.6.2 UNIVERSITIES
21.7 LITHUANIA
21.7.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.7.1.1 Ministry of Education and Science
21.7.2 NETWORKS
21.7.3 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.7.4 UNIVERSITIES
21.8 SLOVAKIA
21.8.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.8.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.8.2.1 Slovakian Academy of Sciences (SAS)
21.8.3 UNIVERSITIES
21.9 SLOVENIA
21.9.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.9.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.10 BULGARIA
21.10.1 GOVERNMENT BODIES
21.10.1.1 Bulgarian Academy of Science (BAS)
21.10.2 RESEARCH CENTRES
21.10.3 UNIVERSITIES

22 PAN-EUROPEAN ORGANISATIONS

23 GLOSSARY

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