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The Handbook of Nanotechnology. Business, Policy, and Intellectual Property Law. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2215739
  • Book
  • November 2004
  • 384 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
In the first attempt to fully explore the controversial issues associated with the commercial application of nanotechnology, you'll find a thorough analysis of intellectual property and patents, financing and legal concerns, regulatory measures particularly in the field of nanomedicine, and environmental regulations. The authors include a set of guideposts you can follow in your due diligence of the business and legal issues pertaining to the technology.
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Acknowledgments.

Foreword.

Introduction.

Part I: Introduction to Nanotechnology.

Chapter 1: Understanding Nanotechnology.

Chapter 2: The Industrial Structure Giving Rise to Nanotechnology.

Part II: Nanotechnology Policy and Regulation.

Chapter 3: Societal and Ethical Implications.

Chapter 4: Environmental Regulation.

Chapter 5: The Patent and Trademark Office.

Chapter 6: FDA Regulation.

Chapter 7: National Security and Export Controls.

Chapter 8: Federal Funding.

Chapter 9: Conclusions.

Part III: Nanotechnology Business.

Chapter 10: Starting a Nanotech Company.

Chapter 11: Business Plans and Strategy.

Chapter 12: Early Stage Financing.

Chapter 13: Intellectual Property.

Chapter 14: Corporate Partnering and Globalization.

Chapter 15: Consolidation and Standardization.

Chapter 16: Exit Opportunities.

Chapter 17: Conclusions.

Notes.

About the Authors.

Index.

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John C. Miller Nanotechnology Law & Business.

Ruben Serrato
Jose Miguel Represas-Cardenas Stanford University, CA, USA.

Griffith Kundahl NanoBusiness Alliance.
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