19 September 2008

Special issue: Papers from the Commercialization of Micro and Nano Systems Conference Melbourne, Australia (2–5 September, 2007)

International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation 7(2/3) 2008

Papers based on oral presentations given at the conference.
  • Will small technologies continue to shape the future?
  • UK perspective on stimulating the exploitation and commercialisation micro-nano technology
  • An Australian viewpoint of nanotechnology issues
  • Technology absorptive capacity, knowledge transfer and commercialisation: traps and success factors
  • From laser micromachining to nanomachining: considerations
  • MicroBridge: Bridging micro-nanomanufacturing gap
  • A strategic model for firms who seek to embrace nanomanufacturing
  • High aspect ratio MEMS and CMOS: Collaborators or competitors?
  • Commercialisation of LIGA: a 25-year retrospective
  • Selection of engine type for Micro Air Vehicles. Turbojet or turboprop?
  • Multi-material micro/nanomanufacturing at FEMTO-innovation
  • Small-technology education with scanning probe microscopy: examples of programmes from around the world
  • Nano zinc oxide for UV protection of textiles
  • Nanoadditives for the fine chemical industry
  • Phase imaging of nanostructures
  • Tensile and electrical properties of carbon nanotube yarns and knitted tubes in pure or composite form
  • Building the workforce of tomorrow
  • Nanotechnology and the public interest: Repeating the mistakes of GM foods?

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