This issue of the Nanotechnology TOE covers the latest innovations in the field of a self-healing material that captures carbon dioxide from the air, nanodevices for precise drug delivery, and bioinspired nanostructures for selective catalysis, using graphene as a reinforcement material, a new delivery platform for cancer treatment, and a nano-enhanced quantum communication technology. These innovations can be used in applications in the energy, automotive, electronics, and healthcare sectors. This issue also covers a novel approach for synthesizing nanomaterials, which is based on the flame spray pyrolysis. Additionally, it includes an innovation focused on the development of photovoltaic windows, based on quantum dots manufacturing technology.
The Nanotech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on nanotechnology-related innovations and their impact across various industries. Technology focus areas include nanomaterials, nanocoatings, nano healthcare, nanomedicine, and nanomanufacturing.
The Chemicals and Advanced Materials cluster tracks research and innovation trends and developments across specialty chemicals, plastics, polymers, chemicals, bio-chemicals, metals, coatings, thin films, surface treatments, composites, alloys, oil and gas, fuel additives, fibers, and several other related technologies and its impact and application across industries.
Keywords: Flame spray pyrolysis, FSP, drug delivery. self-healing materials, photovoltaics, quantum dots manufacturing, selective catalysis, nanocatalysis, graphene, drug delivery platform, cancer treatment, quantum communication technology, data security, water purification, nanodiamonds, photoactivation
Table of Contents
1. Advances in Nanotechnology
- Novel Approach for Increased Production Volumes of Nanomaterials with Flame Spray Pyrolysis
- Nanomotors for Precise Drug Delivery
- Self-healing Material Capable of Capturing Carbon from the Air
- Quantum Dots Manufacturing Technology for Photovoltaic Windows
- Bioinspired Nanostructures for Selective Catalysis
- Commercial Use of Graphene in Car Components
- Nanoparticle Drug Delivery Platform for Breast Cancer Targeting
- Faster Quantum Communication Toward Data Security
- Simple, Economical, and Scalable Method for Growing Nanostructures
- Utilization of Nanodiamonds for Photoactivation
2. Key Contacts