The world today is amidst a technological evolution that is empowering the human race to propel by rapid strides. The impact of technology is evident in everyday life and the diverse aspects of it, whether health, transportation, or utilities.
As the adage says, yesterday’s science fiction is today’s science, and this statement accurately reflects the development in the domain of nanotechnology.
Today, nanotechnologies catalyse the technological revolution across several industries, primarily material and applied sciences, nanomedicine, and device engineering. Businesses use nano-mechanics in infrastructure projects, such as roads, buildings, bridges, and more–all using allegedly mundane yet stronger and adaptable materials. Nanoparticles are used in 3D printing, 4D self-assembling, and accelerating material sciences. Nanobots are employed today to transport nanomedicines and improve the efficacy of drug delivery processes.
Evidently, nanotechnology is a critical component of today’s technological advancement, and its market is projected to reach USD 33.63 billion by the end of 2030 with a whopping CAGR of 36.4 per cent. The driving force behind this massive growth is the production and application of physics, biological, and chemical devices at scales of the nanometre range. Additionally, the severe impact of the pandemic on the global manufacturing industries and supply chain has also led to a significant increase in demand for nanotechnology-based solutions.
In the pursuit of educating industry leaders about the latest developments in Europe’s nanotechnology segment, Applied Technology Review Europe’s latest edition focuses on nanotechnology. The edition features the top ten nanotech solutions providers in Europe in 2022, such as DOXA Microfluidics, nanoSaar, and Volframi. These companies are one of the leading nanotechnology solution providers in the region that offer innovative and customer-centric solutions.
This edition also features thought leadership articles by Adhir Mattu, CIO at Marvell Semiconductor (MRVL: NASDAQ) and David Stein, Vice President of Global Supplier Management, Digi-Key Electronics, sharing their views on how businesses can scale their operations to meet growth opportunities and how merger and acquisitions replete the semiconductor industry today
We hope the valuable insights from industry thought leaders and the cutting-edge solutions from the featured companies in this edition help you make informed decisions. Let us know your thoughts, and write to us about how you leverage these nanotechnology solutions in your organisation.