Nanotechnology KTN Articles
Workshop reveals the potential value of nanocomposites
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network has published findings and recommendations from its Graphene and Nanofillers for Composites Workshop held in December 2013 in a report co-authored by the National Composites Centre, Materials KTN, and Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology.
TEMPEST launched as first UK Thermoelectric Network
The first UK Thermoelectric Network has been announced, garnering support from the Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network. Funded through the EPSRC, the TEMPEST Network will bring together individuals in different disciplines to define and address the research challenges and opportunity presented by thermoelectrics.
Conference will address Nanofibres to Nanocomposites
In partnership with Nottingham Trent University, The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network's annual one-day conference will be held on 27th February 2014. The conference aims to discuss the latest UK developments in nanofibres, nanocomposites and existing and emerging applications.
NanoKTN Publishes 2013 UK Nanotechnology Directory
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network has published the latest version of its UK Nanotechnology Directory. Now in its fourth edition, the guidebook features over 450 organisations active in micro and nanotechnologies and the associated supply chains in the UK, and is available for free to anyone working within the MNT industry.
NanoKTN Helps Jordan Valley Semiconductors Deliver Metrology Solutions to New International Markets
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce that it has helped steer the UK commercial exploitation of European silicon wafer damage research. The research has been used by Jordan Valley Semiconductors, a leading supplier of X-ray based in-line metrology and defect detection systems for advanced semiconductor manufacturing lines, to deliver new metrology solutions to new International companies.
NanoKTN hosts free seminars at Micro Nano Mems 2013
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to confirm details of two free seminar sessions that it will be hosting at this year’s Micro Nano Mems expo. The Micro Nano Mems conference and seminar programme runs alongside the exhibition which has grown to be one of Europe’s leading events dedicated to Micro, MEMS and Nano manufacturing.
NanoKTN helps UK start-up Bridgelight secure commercial contract
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network announce that following an introduction to Dublin City University, Bridgelight has secured a contract to build the foundations for a web platform to accelerate the identification of profitable collaboration opportunities for UK technology companies. Bridgelight first contacted the NanoKTN in May 2012 looking for partner organisations to validate the company’s business model.
Nanotechnology announce the details of an exhibition in London
Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network unveils the details of an exhibition it has organised at the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills headquarters in London. The exhibition will provide examples of excellence in British engineering, design and manufacturing under an overarching theme of nanotechnology's contribution to UK economic growth.
Adding Value To Your Business Through Materials Modelling Workshop
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network announce a one day workshop, run jointly by The NanoKTN, Thomas Young Centre and The Chemistry Innovation KTN, entitled Adding Value to your Business through Materials Modelling. The workshop will provide attendees from industry with the current state of the art in theory and simulation of materials together with opportunities to discuss with experts from the Thomas Young Centre specific ways in which...
NanoKTN Facilitates Strategic UK Battery Initiative as a Key Market for Nanomaterials
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce the impact of their work in the clean energy sector to generate growth and commercial success for the UK. The NanoKTN plays a vital role working within emerging technology sectors to remove barriers to growth and help stimulate the investment needed to enhance success in these exciting technology areas.
NanoKTN Announces UK Energy Harvesting SIG Mission To Germany
NanoKTN is pleased to announce the start of the Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group Mission, which is taking a delegation of nine UK companies specialising in energy harvesting and self powered sensor systems to Germany. The EH SIG Mission, organised in partnership with the Electronics, Sensors, Photonics KTN and Materials KTN, aims to raise awareness of UK Energy Harvesting technologies and help stimulate partnerships with potential interna...
NanoKTN Announces Fifth Annual Nano4Life Conference And Exhibition
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce details of its fifth annual Nano4life conference and exhibition taking place on 15th May 2013 in London, delivered in partnership with the British Society for Nanomedicine. Nano4Life 2013 will explore the convergence of nanotechnology and life sciences, providing perspectives from clinicians, industrialists and leading researchers, who work with, develop and endorse nanotechnolo...
NanoKTN Announce Current Developments In Nanotechnology Standards & Regulations Seminar
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce details of a joint event it is holding together with the Nanotechnology Industries Association. The event will focus, elaborate and debate recent developments and their subsequent implications on standards and regulations within the nanotechnology field whilst recognising that UK industry needs greater transparency. This event will also provide a unique opportunity for attendees...
NanoKTN Announces First Nanotechnology in Medical Devices Event
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce details of its first event focused on the impact that Nanotechnology is delivering in the manufacture of Medical Devices.
NanoKTN Helps the University of Birmingham Secure Projects with Aston Martin
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce that it has helped the University of Birmingham to secure a number of projects with luxury sports car manufacturer, Aston Martin, following attendance at one of the NanoKTN’s HiPerNano conferences.
NanoKTN Announces Battery Manufacture Workshop
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce details of its Battery Manufacture Workshop to be hosted by Sharp Laboratories of Europe in Oxford next month. This unique workshop, taking place on 15th November 2012, will feature many of the UK battery industry’s key players with presentations on the impact that nanotechnology is delivering in the battery industry, as well as the challenges the industry currently faces in t...
KTNs Urge Businesses To Apply For New Technology Strategy Board Funding
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Networkin collaboration with the ESP KTN and Materials KTN, is highlighting the commercial opportunities and market growth of energy harvesting applications. The announcement from the NanoKTN follows a new £1m funding initiative from the Technology Strategy Board, which opened on 8th October 2012.
NanoKTN announces seminar on Value Added Testing of Nanomaterials
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce details of a one-day seminar it is hosting in partnership with Safenano – Europe's Centre of Excellence on Nanotechnology Hazard and Risk.
NanoKTN Event Helps UK Company Secure £50,000 of Sales
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce that one of its members, Datum Developments, has secured over £50,000 of sales from attending one of its events. Datum Developments attended the joint NanoKTN, British Coatings Federation and the Paint Research Association event in November last year, using its speaking slot as a promotional platform for Polcoat, its unique polyimide coating process.
NanoKTN Hosts Seminar Programme and Energy Harvesting Workshop
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network is pleased to announce details of a two-day seminar programme it is hosting at NANO Live, in partnership with JEMI and MANCEF, looking at the advances in MEMS and NANO Processes for Electronics, Industrial and Biomedical applications. The NanoKTN will also be hosting a workshop alongside the event, under the Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group, exploring the development of energy harvesting solut...