NanoBusiness Alliance publishes reports

July 23, 2002 — The NanoBusiness Alliance, a New York industry association formed to drive development in small tech, announced the availability of two reports: “Quantum Dot and Semiconductor Nanocrystal Patent Survey” and “Small Tech Sensors: U.S. Markets, Applications and Forecasts” that were originally announced at Nanobusiness Spring 2002 in May.


The quantum dot report, which costs $1,599, was produced with law firm Foley & Lardner. It was compiled from a search of issued U.S. patents on quantum dot research.


The sensors report, which costs $1,999, was produced with Deloitte & Touche. It covers current applications and future prospects for U.S. sensor markets. Bundled together, the two reports cost $2,750.


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