We conducted an exclusive interview with Mike Foley,
Founding Director of CheapTubes Inc.
worldwide leading distributor of nano carbon materials, located in Vermont USA.
CheapTubes supplies various kinds of CNTs from single, double, and multi wall
to functionalized and graphitized CNTs with various lengths at competitive
prices yet high quality. They also supply single layer graphene oxide that can
be applied such as for transparent conductive coatings, and other nano carbon
based materials. Read our article of the interview
at Nanotechnology Now
to learn more about CheapTubes' activities and products, as well as the latest
trend in nano carbon materials business.
While in nano tech 2010 exhibition, we met and
interviewed Bayer MaterialScience from Germany about their
product of Al-CNT composite and printable conductive BayInk TP CNT and BayInk
TP nanosilver. For exciting performance of these nanomaterials, read our article of the interview
at Nanotechnology Now to find out more details about Bayer's innovation and product development
During TIA nano workshop in Tsukuba, NanoGlobe was
invited by Dr Toyohiro Chikyow, the founder of COMET Inc. to visit their
company located in National Institute of Materials Science (NIMS,
www.nims.go.jp) campus. NanoGlobe interviewed their CEO, Dr Setsu Suzuki and
arranged a meeting between Dr Chikyow and EDB colleagues to discuss their
business development in Singapore. Read our article of the interview in our
to find out more details about COMET's innovative technology for the "state of
the art" thin film combinatorial high-throughput developments.
Consortium in Singapore
Differing from the conventional industry consortium,
Singapore Institute of Materials Research of Engineering (IMRE) provides a
platform for building a global industry consortium connecting R&D
capability in Singapore and industry beyond the borders. The Industry
Consortium on Nanoimprint (ICON) covers the full value chain in Nanoimprint
technology and products. IMRE will officially launch ICON together with the 4th
Industrial Symposium on Nanoimprint Lithography on 3rd August 2010
at IMRE. Initiated by Dr Low Hong Yee (Nanoimprint Program Director of IMRE),
the consortium aims to advance the nanoimprint R&D and accelerate the transfer
of nanoimprint technology to industries. Mark your calendar and stay tuned for more details and information at our event website
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been two eventful months and we are
excited to share with you what's been going on in Singapore, Japan, Korea and Iran. Since
our last issue, we participated in major nanotech events in all these Asian countries. We took part in the world largest nanotech
conference & exhibition held in Tokyo, OECD WPN
nanoenergy & nanomedicine
workshops in Seoul, international nanostructures conference in Kish Island (Iran)
and hosted RusNano's
CEO and his executives in Singapore.
be pleased to work with you to extend your business reach into Asia.
contact us if you are interested in business opportunities to
any of the
companies and professionals we showcase in this issue. Also,
contact us if you are interested in NanoGlobe's
strategic analysis of nanotechnology developments in Japan,
Korea, Iran and other economies in the Asia Pacific region, and our assessment of what
those developments could mean for your business.
The Asia Nanotech Ambassador
Launch of the Trial Version of Singapore Nanotechnology Capabilities Report
NanoGlobe, in partnership with EDB and A*STAR, launched the trial version of the first Singapore Nanotechnology
Capabilities Report, containing the most comprehensive information
about nanotechnology players in Singapore from all sectors: industry, research
& academic, investment, incubation & consulting firms, and government
agencies. Visit our website
or click here
the complete version. We
will publish the official report in June 2010. If you have any comments on the current trial version, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NanoGlobe was invited to participate in Tsukuba
Nanotech Innovation Arena (TIA nano, a USD500M nanotech center to be built
starting this year) - Nanotech International Workshop held in the Japan
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
located in the Japan science city Tsukuba during 15-16 February 2010. Dr Liu
was an invited panelist and shared our experience on international
collaboration in nanotechnology R&D and commercialization.
NanoGlobe partnered with International Enterprise (IE) Singapore
organized the Singapore Pavilion to participate in nano tech 2010, the largest
annual nanotech conference & exhibition in Tokyo Japan, 17-19 February
2010. It was our third time in organizing the Singapore Pavilion to showcase
Singapore nanotechnology ecosystem that consists of exciting research capabilities, innovative nanotech SMEs and world class facilities
& infrastructure and supportive government agencies. In addition, We share
our insights about the event
in our column.
was invited to participate in the 3rd Nanotech Association
Conference organized by the Japan Nanotechnology Business Creation Initiative (NBCI)
in Tokyo on 18 February 2010,
in conjunction with nano tech 2010 conference & exhibition. Dr Liu
presented an overview on Asia nanotechnology commercialization updates and provided
our analysis on nanotechnology commercialization challenges and recommendation
for international cooperation.
NanoGlobe was invited to attend a half-day seminar
organized by Tekes FinNano Programme
to gain more insights about doing business in Japan in order to promote
international cooperation especially among Finnish and Japanese companies and
community. We help promoting Tekes FinNano's effort and feature the seminar in
Dr Liu was invited to speak at the 3rd
International Conference on Nanostructures 2010 in Kish Island, Iran. The
conference is a growing biannually event organized by the Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of Sharif University of Technology
(top university in Iran) and hosted at the Sharif University
International Campus in Kish Island. Topics presented include nanostructured
materials for energy and environment, carbon based nanomaterials, and
nanomaterials for catalytic, photocatalytic, medical, electronics and sensor
applications. We observed about
50% of participants of the conference were female scientists. Read here
for some insights we shared about the conference.
Organized and Delegation Hosted in Singapore
The Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (RUSNANO)
visited Singapore on March 11-12, 2010 to explore potential collaborations with Singapore companies, government agencies, and investment firms. NanoGlobe via
SingNano organized a one-hour seminar for RusNano CEO Dr Anatoly Chubais to
introduce RusNano ambitious nanotech commercialization short, medium, and long
term goals, exciting investment projects and global partnerships. In Dr Chubais'
address to the Singapore business community, he expressed RusNano's keen interest to work with
Singapore taking advantage of its innovative economy practices and world-class
infrastructure for R8D and business. We also arranged one-on-one meetings with
a few interesting and promising companies in Singapore for potential partnership
with RusNano. Check out the interview of Dr Liu by the Russian Today News Channel
providing the glimpse of Singapore nanotech environment.
Together with Singapore Economic Development Board
(EDB) and A*STAR commercial arm ETPL, we hosted the delegation from Council for
Science and Technology Policy
(CSTP, Japanese Cabinet Office), Ministry of Economic, Trade and
Industry (METI) and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST). The delegation also represents the newly approved, largest
nanotech center (more than USD500M) to be built in Japan, the Tsukuba
Innovation Arena (TIA) for Nanotechnology. The Singapore visit followed by
other ANF network member visit including Malaysia, Taiwan, and Thailand is to
learn about nanotechnology infrastructure, policy, R&D capabilities and
human resources and education for exploring collaboration opportunities.
We hope you have enjoyed this issue of
NanoGlobe's Newsletter. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is anything we can help you with in this exciting region. I look forward to working with
you! If you are interested in having one-on-one discussion, give us a call or
meet us in Hannover Fair
April 19-23rd, Lux Executive Summit
April 26-27th in Boston, FinNano Seminar
May 4-6th in Helsinki,
and NSTI Nanotech 2010
in June 21-25th in Anaheim, CA.
Managing Director of NanoGlobe Pte Ltd