Nano & Materials Technology

Produced annually, International Innovation nano and materials technology features articles from the world’s leading nano and materials technology research groups, private companies, think tanks, NGO’s and groups. This publication provides a truly unique insight into the commercialisation and exploitation of cutting edge nano and materials technology research and will focus on research topics such as studying phenomena and manipulation of matter at the nanoscale and developing nanotechnologies leading to the manufacturing of new products and services, applying the knowledge of nanotechnologies and biotechnologies for new products and processes, research in creating conditions for continuous innovation and for developing generic production 'assets' (technologies, organisation and production facilities as well as human resources), while meeting safety and environmental requirements, integration of technologies for industrial applications - focusing on new technologies, materials and applications to address the market needs.

The close editorial collaboration with major international associations and events means this publication contains exclusive, unbiased interviews with leading political, research and NGO figures in nanotechnology. By far the highest quality publication in its sector, International Innovation Nanotechnology is produced in physical and digital format and reaches the wider nanotechnology community from leading scientists to global policy makers.

Kiyoshi Higuchi, Senior Vice-President, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Since its formation in 2003, JAXA has grown quickly into a major player in the worldwide space community. Senior Vice-President Kiyoshi Higuchi talks to International...

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European Southern Observatory, Director-General, Professor Tim de Zeeuw

In an enlightening conversation, ESO Director-General Professor Tim de Zeeuw catches up with International Innovation, highlighting progress made in the construction...

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Philip Diamond, Director General, Square Kilometre Array Organisation

The SKA project, though still in its infancy, has the potential to answer some of astronomy’s biggest questions. Philip Diamond, Director General of the SKA Organisation,...

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Arvind Parmar, Coordinator for Astronomy and Fundamental Physics Missions, European Space Agency

Arvind Parmar, Coordinator for Astronomy and Fundamental Physics Missions, talks to International Innovation about the Agency’s Science Programme, which aims to...

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Pierre Cox, Director, Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA)

The result of an impressive international collaboration, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is the largest astronomical project in existence....

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Dr Matthias Kaiserswerth, Vice President and Director, IBM Research – Zurich

  IBM Research boasts a rich history of innovation. It is headquartered in New York, USA, but has maintained its first European research laboratory, based in...

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Safe landing

NASA has confirmed that the most advanced test yet for the new Orion spacecraft has been a success. Orion is set to be the agency’s replacement for the Space Shuttle,...

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Dr Marco Falzetti, Chairman of the Alliance for Materials

The Alliance for Materials started in 2010 with the goal of providing European Technology Platforms with a unified voice on crucial materials science topics. Dr...

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Dr Martina Schraudner, Director of the Responsible Research and Innovation Unit, Fraunhofer Headquarters, Berlin

In anticipation of the annual Gender Summit, International Innovation interviews Dr Martina Schraudner about her scientific background and involvement with gender...

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Gender Summit 4

The Gender Summits have always addressed the most pressing issues of the day, and this year’s event is no exception. Gender Summit 4 is set to focus on Horizon...

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