Nanobiotechnology

Technology Map Detailed Contents September 2016

Importance of the Technology

The Technology in Brief

  • Material Technologies
  • Engineering and Fabrication Technologies
  • Top-Down Approaches
  • Bottom-Up Approaches
  • Analytical and Characterization Methods

Commercial Development Parameters

  • Demand Factors
    • Life-Sciences Applications
    • Industrial Applications
  • General Constraints
  • Synergistic Technologies
  • Competing Technologies
  • Required Resources
  • Regulatory Factors
    • United States
    • European Union
    • Asia

Areas to Monitor

  • Standards
  • Environmental Health and Safety Frameworks
  • Nanotoxicology
  • The Propensity for Hype
  • "Free" Resources
  • Nanodiagnostics
  • Molecular Self-Assembly
  • Nanomedicine
  • Defense Research
  • Weak Links in Science and Technology
  • Bioprinting
  • Human Augmentation
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Theranostics
  • Biomimetics

Implications of Commercialization

  • An Era of Science and Technology Innovation
  • The Strategic Means to Accomplish National Economic Policy Objectives
  • New Capabilities, New Products, and New Markets
  • A Disruptive Force with Considerable Risk and Uncertainty

Opportunities

  • Pharmaceutical Research and Development
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities
  • Medical Diagnostics
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities
  • Medical Materials
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities
  • Implantable Medical Devices
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities
  • Cosmetics and Personal Care
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities
  • Consumer Products
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities
  • Biothreat Detection and Prevention
    • Industry Structure
    • Commercial Opportunities

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