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Government Policy and Initiatives in Nanotechnology
발행사 Nanoposts.com

발행일 2007-06
분량 250 pages
서비스형태 Report
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Governments worldwide are now strongly supporting R&D in nanotechnology, with over 30 countries implementing concerted national initiatives and programs. Government spending on nanotechnology worldwide is now at record levels. Government spending in Nanotechnology worldwide over the next five years will be in excess of US$30billion.

Government Policy and Initiatives in Nanotechnology Worldwide details the programs and initiatives of over 30 countries worldwide. It outlines the frameworks that have been put in place and the next steps on the path to commercialization.

BRIEF SUMMARY

United States

Focus: Fundamental Nanoscale Phenomena and Processes; Nanomaterials; Nanoscale Devices and Systems; Instrumentation Research, Metrology and Standards for Nanotechnology; Nanomanufacturing; Major Research Facilities and Instrumentation Acquisition; Societal Dimensions

Period: US Funding year by year i.e. President’s budget) through the National Nanotechnology Initiative

Funding:

2006: US$1.05 billion
2007: US$1.3 billion
2008: US$1.5billion


EU (Seventh Framework Programme)

Focus: Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies, Materials and new Production Technologies (NMP)

Period: 2007-2013 (€45-50 billion total investment)

Funding: €3.5 billion. €300-400M estimated in 2007

Japan

Focus: Nanotechnology related to IT, Bio and Environment
Nanotechnology Themes include:
- Materials contributing to cost reduction in clean energy
- To develop fuel cell vehicles with a travel
distance of 400km and a durability of 3000 hours by 2010
- Materials that overcomes the issue of natural resources exhaustion
- To develop technologies alternating the
functions of rare substances by around 2015
- Super early diagnosis and
minimally-invasive care
- To develop diagnosis technology for 1mmcancers
by 2011
- X-ray free electron lasers

Period: 3rd Science and Technology Basic Plan 2006-2010 (Total R&D Investment of 25 trillion yen:US$208billion)

Funding:600billion Yen (US $5.2billion) approx.


South Korea

Focus: - Nanoelectronics
- Nanomaterials

Period:2001-2010: 10 year nanotechnology plan.

Funding:US$1.465 billion

Germany

Focus:- Nanoelectronics
- Nanomaterials and
- Nanotechnology in optoelectronics
- Production technologies
- Optical science and engineering
- Communications
- Nanoelectronics
- Nanobiology
1. Small and leading edge-projects 2. Infrastructure build-up 3. Enhanced research ministry funding 4. Innovation and education 5. Greater info exchange and state involvement

Period:2006-2009.

Funding:Public funding, year by year; Projects generally 3 years €300-330 million per annum (Current strategy is likely to be extended over 5-10 year period) Nano funding: BMBF €135million; Economic Ministry €25m; Defence Ministry €10-11m; Institutional funding (Max Planck, Fraunhofer) €165m.

Projected Public Nanotechnology Funding Worldwide 2006-2010, in million euros (Source: Nanoposts.com, 2007).


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