Global nanotechnology market will cross $25-bn by 2011

August 2006
Chemical Business;Aug2006, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p76
Trade Publication
The article predicts the growth of the global market for nanotechnology products to about $25.2 billion by 2011, according to the report "Nanotechnology: A Realistic Market Evaluation," released by BBC Research. Such market is also estimated to increase to more than $10.5 billion in 2006, from $9.4 billion in 2005. Environmental remediation, electronics and biomedical applications were the biggest end-user markets for nanotechnology in 2005.


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