Japan has been investing
in nanoscience since the 1980s and after the USA is
the heaviest nanotechnology R&D spender worldwide,
and along with China, South Korea and Taiwan has increased
its budget substantially since 2001. Australia is
currently formulating a national strategy, but already
has considerable infrastructure and funding in place.
Thailand, India and Vietnam have also identified nanotechnology
as a priority area and are taking steps to implement
the proper framework.
This report gives
a comprehensive overview of nanotechnology activity
in the Asia Pacific Region. Countries covered include
Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, India,
Singapore, Australia and Vietnam.
The report includes
all major initiatives, government bodies, programmes,
research institutes, universities, networks and companies,
with contact details.
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