The need for nanotechnology

Pressing global issues such as climate change, food shortages, unclean water supplies, national security, human safety and medical needs are all driving technology development.
Nanomaterials are fundamental to this. Over the next decade, we expect nanotechnologies to dramatically change the relationship between materials and their environment.
It is a global market predicted to be worth more than $125bn over the next five years, and it's set to impact markets of importance, scale and value.

Transport & automotive

Monitor & alert

Monitor & alert

Intelligent safety systems
Embedded tyre sensors

Structural health

Strain & microcracking
Corrosion sensor & protection

Consumer & retail

Asset tracking

Green RFID
Anti-counterfeit nano-barcoding

Next-gen wearable

Embedded sensors
Flexible electronics

Medical & life sciences

Diagnostics

CBRN sensing
Affordable blood glucose testing

Treatment

Advanced pharmaceuticals
Tissue engineering

Defence & security

Survivability

IR/RF stealth & camouflage
EO & RF protection

Security

Logistics & personal tracking
Supply-chain authentication

Sensing

Passive CBRN
Structural health
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