1. Nanotechnology- Market Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Nanotechnology - Market Landscape
3.1. Market Share Analysis
3.2. Comparative Analysis
3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
3.2.2. End User Profiling
3.2.3. Top 5 Financials Analysis
4. Nanotechnology- Market Forces
4.1. Market Drivers
4.2. Market Constraints
4.3. Market Challenges
4.4. Attractiveness of the Nanotechnology market
4.4.1. Power of Suppliers
4.4.2. Power of Customers
4.4.3. Threat of New Entrants
4.4.4. Threat of Substitution
4.4.5. Degree of Competition
5. Nanotechnology market- Strategic Analysis
5.1. Value Chain Analysis
5.2. Pricing Analysis
5.3. Opportunities Analysis
5.4. Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis
5.5. Suppliers and Distributors
6. Global Nanotechnology Market – By Type
6.1. Nano composites
6.1.3. Nano clays
6.2. Nano materials
6.2.1. Nano fibers
6.2.2. Nano ceramic Products
6.2.3. Nano magnetics
6.3. Nano tools
6.4. Nano devices
7. Global Nanotechnology Market – By Applications
7.2. Medicine and Healthcare Diagnosis
7.2.3. Regenerative Medicine
7.3.1. Remediation and mitigation
7.3.2. Food Packaging and Monitoring
7.5. Information and Communication Technologies
7.5.1. Integrated Circuits
7.5.2. Data Storage
8. Global Nanotechnology Market – By End-User Industries
8.1. Electronics and Semiconductor
8.1.1. Nano circuits
8.1.3. Nano Sensors
8.2.1. Skin Care
8.2.2. Hair Care
8.3.2. Drug Delivery
8.4.2. Analytical Tools and Instruments
8.4.3. Medical Materials and Implants
8.6. Military and Defense
8.6.1. Military Vehicles
8.6.2. Military Clothes
8.8. Food and Agriculture
8.8.1. Agriculture & Food Processing
8.8.2. Food Packaging
8.8.3. Food Supplements
8.10. Telecom and Information Technology
9. Global Nanotechnology Market - By Geography
9.1. North America
9.2. South America
9.2.7. Costa Rica
9.4.3. South Korea
9.4.7. Hong Kong
9.5. Middle East& Africa
10. Market Entropy
10.1. New Product Launches
10.2. M&As, Collaborations, JVs, Partnership
11. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials, SWOT Analysis, Developments, Product Portfolio)
11.1. include Nanosys
11.2. QD Vision
11.5. 10x MicroStructures
11.6. 10x Technology Inc
11.7. 3M 3rd Millennium Inc.
11.8. 3rdTech Inc.
11.9. Company 9
11.10. Company 10
*More than 10 Companies are profiled in this Research Report*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
12.3. Research Methodology
12.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
Nanotechnology has been an essential segment of advanced materials and chemicals industry since the specialized materials are being formulated for various end uses. Research in nanotechnology is empowered by huge R&D funding from a large number of federal agencies. The Nanotechnology market is one of the fastest growing markets in chemicals and materials. The market has shown significant growth in recent time primarily due to incessant development and integration of technologies.Government initiatives for nano R&D and investments of technological giants propel the commercialization of next generation nanomaterials. Continuously increasing demand from end-use industries such as electronics, textile, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, aerospace, food and many others is the driver for growth in nanotechnology market. There has been a significant rise in demand for efficient and cost-effective healthcare treatment and diagnostics propels the adoption of nanomaterials in drug delivery and medical devices sector.
Nanotechnology global market revenue stood at 7.27 billion $ in 2017 and expected CAGR for years 2018 to 2023 has been estimated to be 17 %. As far as the geographical region are concerned, Asia-Pacific, due to its expanding economy and rapidly growing industrial and commercial activities is estimated to experience the highest growth in the nanotechnology market between 2018 and 2023.
What is Nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology is defined as the science, engineering, and technology which is conducted at the nanoscale level, i.e. about 1 to 100 nanometers. Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the study and application of extremely small things and can be used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering. Scientists and engineers are finding a wide variety of ways to deliberately make materials at the nanoscale to utilize the advantage of their enhanced properties such as improvisation in control of light spectrum, high strength, light weight and higher chemical reactivity than their larger-scale counterparts. Visualization, manipulation and modeling of atoms, molecules and macro molecular structure to create unique desired structures is performed in nanotechnological research for generating nanocomponents with enhanced properties and functionalities.
What are the major applications for Nanotechnology?
Products that are being produced currently with nanotechnology techniques and processes include:
- Sunscreens and cosmetics;
- Longer-lasting tennis balls and light-weight, stronger tennis racquets;
- Stain-free clothing and mattresses;
- Polymer films used in displays for laptops, cell phones, digital cameras;
- Coatings for easier cleaning glass;
- Bumpers and catalytic converters on cars; and
- Glare-reducing and Protective coatings for eyeglasses and cars glass as well as body.
The nanotechnology is further being experimented in highly sophisticated research centers and laboratories for making the use of nanomaterials and nanocomponents much more effective and efficient for various applications as raw material across the manufacturing industries. In medical sector the nanotechnology advent has made a significant breakthrough and is being used for developing nano analytic gadgets, comparison providers, systematic resources, actual physical rehabilitation programs, and medication distribution automobiles.
Market Research and Market Trends of Nanotechnology Ecosystem
- A major issue for 3D-printing is the low strength and brittleness of the resulting structures. Researchers in the USA are tackling this problem by reinforcing 3D-printed structures on the nanoscale. By using magnetics, they can align printed particles in controlled and varying orientations. This not only makes structures more stable, it also offers the ability to vary properties across regions within a single material.
- Current methods used for production of emulsions work only on large-scales and produce single multi-emulsions at slow rates. Academics from the US West Coast have come forward with a process to solve the problem involved in creating multi-emulsions by using nanotechnology; they used sequential, high-energy emulsification to create nanometer-sized droplets of oil, suspended in water droplets, which are in turn suspended in second oil. This innovation would help in preparation for products such as novel encapsulated drugs and pesticides, or even for ultra-low-fat salad dressings.
- Performance Nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) has been limited due to the use of heavy and thick metal electrodes that dampen the vibration of resonators. Nano-resonators that utilise graphene as an ultra-thin, ultra-light electrode are being developed to overcome the issues. The researchers have observed a significant improvement in device performance, such as greater detection speeds, higher sensitivity and greater limits of detection after using new electrodes.
- Glucose monitor embedded in a soft contact lens that measures glucose levels in tears and transmits that information wirelessly to a handheld device has been recently developed by South Korean researchers by using nanotechnology and materials available from advanced material science. So far the device has been tested only on live rabbits, with no signs of discomfort. The researchers predict that this sugar-sensing contact lens may be available commercially for people in less than five years.
- Nanotechnology has helped to accelerate solar power advancements. Researchers for example have developed nanoparticles that have been shown to enhance the absorption of light, increase the conversation of light to electricity, and provide better thermal storage and transport (National Nanotechnology Initiative). With these advancements, nanotechnology has the potential to improve solar energy efficiency and reduce costs.
Who are the Major Players in Nanotechnology market?
The players profiled in the report include Nanosys, Inc., Showa Denko K.k.. C NanoTechnology Ltd., QD Vision, Inc., Arkema, 10Angstroms, 10x MicroStructures, 10x Technology Inc., 3M
3rd Millennium Inc., 3rdTech Inc., 4Wave Inc.
What is our report scope?
The report incorporates in-depth assessment of the competitive landscape, product market sizing, product benchmarking, market trends, product developments, financial analysis, strategic analysis and so on to gauge the impact forces and potential opportunities of the market. Apart from this the report also includes a study of major developments in the market such as product launches, agreements, acquisitions, collaborations, mergers and so on to comprehend the prevailing market dynamics at present and its impact during the forecast period 2018-2024.
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Key Takeaways from this Report
Evaluate market potential through analyzing growth rates (CAGR %), Volume (Units) and Value ($M) data given at country level – for product types, end use applications and by different industry verticals.
- Understand the different dynamics influencing the market – key driving factors, challenges and hidden opportunities.
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- Understand the industry supply chain with a deep-dive on the value augmentation at each step, in order to optimize value and bring efficiencies in your processes.
- Get a quick outlook on the market entropy – M&A’s, deals, partnerships, product launches of all key players for the past 4 years.
- Evaluate the supply-demand gaps, import-export statistics and regulatory landscape for more than top 20 countries globally for the market.
List of Tables:
Table 1. Major players for Nano Materials
Table 2. National Nanotechnology Initiative Investments, By Sector, 2014-2016 ($Million)
Table 3. Investments in Emerging Nanotechnology Companies, 2015
Table 4. Investments in Emerging Nanotechnology Companies, 2015
Table 5. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Type, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Table 6. Global Market, By Application, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Table 7. Nanotechnology: Product Types and related Applications
Table 8. Nanotechnology Enablers for Wireless Devices
Table 9. Global Market Revenue, By End-User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 10. Americas Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Country, 2015 & 2021 ($Million)
Table 11. Europe Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Country, 2015 -2021 ($Million)
Table 12. Europe Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 13. Europe Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Type, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 14. APAC Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Country, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 15. APAC Market Revenue, By End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 16. RoW Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Type, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 17. RoW Market Revenue, By End User, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Table 18. BASF SE: Revenue 2014 - 2015 ($Billion)
List of Figures:
Figure 1. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 2. Global Market Revenue, By Region, 2015 & 2021 ($Billion)
Figure 3. Global Market Share, By Segmentation, 2015 (%)
Figure 4. Global Market Share, By Type, 2015 (%)
Figure 5. Quantum Dots Market Share, By Company, 2015 (%)
Figure 6. Carbon Nanotubes Market Share, By Company, 2015 (%)
Figure 7. Global R&D Funding Forecast, By Industry, 2018
Figure 8. U.S. Nanotechnology Companies, By State, 2014
Figure 9. Global Nanotechnology Patents Share, By Country, 2002 & 2012 (%)
Figure 10. Global Nanomaterial Prices, By Type, 2015-2020 ($/KG)
Figure 11. Nanotechnology Market, By Product Type
Figure 12. Market: Nano Composites, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 13. Nano Composites Market: Nano Clay, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 14. Nano Composites Market: Nano Particles, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 15. Nano Composites Market: Nano Tubes, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 16. Nanotechnology Market: Nano Fibers, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 17. Market: Nano Ceramics, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 18. Market: Nano Magnetics, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 19. Market: Other Nanomaterials, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 20. Market Revenue, By Application, 2015 (%)
Figure 21. Market: Medicine and Healthcare Diagnosis, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 22. Important Applications Of Nanotechnology In The Medical Sector, Revenue, 2005-2015 (%)
Figure 23. Nanotechnology Market: Environment, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 24. Global Remediation and Industrial Services Market, By Region, 2014 (%)
Figure 25. Nanotechnology Market: Energy, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 26. Nanotechnology Market: ICT, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 27. Nanotechnology Market: Nano-EHS, 2015-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 28. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue Share, By End-User, 2015 (%)
Figure 29. Nanotechnology: Current & Potential Application
Figure 30. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue: Electronics and Semiconductors, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 31. Global Smartphone Shipments, 2007-2015 (Million Units)
Figure 32. Indian Pharmaceuticals Market, 2005-2020 ($Billion)
Figure 33. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue: Pharmaceuticals, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 34. Global Market Revenue: Biotechnology, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 35. Global Textile Exports Volume, By Country, 2014 (%)
Figure 36. Applications of Nanotechnology in Textiles
Figure 37. Global Market Revenue: Textiles, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 38. Global Market Revenue: Military, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 39. Global Market Revenue: Healthcare, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 40. Global Market Revenue: Food, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 41. Global Food Processing and Packaging Equipment Market Revenue, 2012-2020 ($Billion)
Figure 42. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue: Automobiles, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 43. Global Automobile Sales, 2010 – 2014 (Units)
Figure 44. Global Market Revenue: Telecom and IT, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 45. Global Market Revenue: Aerospace, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 46. Global Market Revenue: Other End-User Industries, 2015-2021 ($Million)
Figure 47. Global Nanotechnology Direct Government Investment in R&D, 2015 ($Million)
Figure 48. Global Nanotechnology Market Revenue Comparative Analysis, By Region, 2015 & 2021 (%)
Figure 49. Global Nanotechnology Impact Factor
Figure 50. Americas Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By Type, 2015 & 2021 ($Million)
Figure 51. Americas Nanotechnology Market Revenue, By End User, 2015 & 2021 ($Million)
Figure 52. Nanotechnology Companies in European Union, By Country
Figure 53. Pen Inc.: Net Sales, 2013-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 54. Arkema Group: Total Revenue, 2013-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 55. Arkema Group: Revenue Share, By Business Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 56. Nanophase Technologies Corporation: Revenue, 2012-2015 ($Million)
Figure 57. Ablynx NVL: Revenue, 2012-2015 ($Million)
Figure 58. Covestro AG: Net Sales, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 59. Showa Denko: Total Revenue Share, By Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 60. Showa Denko: Total Revenue, 2013-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 61. BASF SE: Total Revenue, By Business Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 62. BASF SE: Total Revenue, By Geography, 2015 (%)
Figure 63. Nanosphere Inc.: Total Revenue, 2011- 2015 ($Million)
Figure 64. 3M Company: Total Revenue, By Geography, 2015 (%)
Figure 65. 3M Company: Total Revenue, By Business Segment, 2015 (%)
Figure 66. 3M Company: Total Revenue and R&D Expenses, 2012-2015 ($Million)