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Nanotech Magazine is the world’s leading nanotech business magazine. Published every 6-8 weeks, the magazine focuses on nanotechnology and nanomaterials industry activities and products. Each issue features an indepth nanotech industry focused study, latest nanotech investment and funding news, policy and regulation, latest products, new nanotech start-ups, market analysis and graphene industry coverage. Subscribe for only £175/$250 for 12 issues.
Issues
  • Issue 54 | August 2018Polymer nanocomposites.  Latest nanotech, graphene product and business news.
  • Issue 53 | May-June 2018Waterproof nanocoatings. Graphene in filtraton. Latest nanotech news.
  • Issue 52 |April 2018Nanotech in filtration. Hot nanotechnology companies.
  • Issue 51 | March 2018Cellulose nanocrystals. Automotive nanocomposites.
  • Issue 50 | January 2018Self-healing materials and coatings. Nanotechnology in smart medical wearables.
  • Issue 49 | November 2017, Nanocomposites Market and Outlook. Nanotech in the Smart and Interactive Textiles Market.
  • Issue 48 | August 2017, Nanocellulose in Japan. Conductive nano inks. Graphene in steel coatings.
  • Issue 47 | May 2017,  The market for tetrahedral amorphous carbon (ta-C) coatings. Hydrophobic nanocoatings for consumer electronics.
  • Issue 46 | April 2017Graphene Quantum Dots (GQDs). Graphene in coatings.
  • Issue 45 | March 2017, Analysis of the global market for single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT).
  • Issue 44 | January 2017, Nanotechnology in the smart textiles and wearables market.
  • Issue 43 | December 2016Using carbon nanostructures as the assembly platform in semiconductor advanced packaging.
  • Issue 42 | September 2016Nanodiamonds. Automotive nanodisplays. Nanoskin deep.
  • Issue 41 | September 2016Smart electronic clothing incorporating nanomaterials for conductivity and monitoring. Nanotech in China. Smart windows.
  • Issue 40 |  May 2016Graphene Quantum Dots, Carbon Nano-Onions, Commercializing Nanocellulose.
  • Issue 39 | December 2015Quantum Dot TVs. The market for PAMAM dendrimers. C2N holey 2D materials.
  • Issue 38 | September 2015Carbon Nanotube Memory, Meta Materials and Nano Lubricants.
  • Issue 37 | August 2015Anti-reflective nanocoatings, Anti-icing nanocoatings, Graphene in South Korea.
  • Issue 36 | June 2015, Nanotechnology in Japan; Carbon nanomaterials in Asia.
  • Issue 352D Materials Special Issue. 
  • Issue 34, Nanomaterials in Packaging; Food Packaging; Anti-counterfeiting; Chemical, Biological and Explosive Threat Detection.
  • Issue 33, Nanocoatings are increasingly finding application in metal equipment requiring protection from corrosion, fatigue, wear, erosion and heat; Graphene in Lithium-ion batteries  (LIB); Nanotechnology in wound care.
  • Issue 32, Graphene market and nanotech companies to watch in 2015.
  • Issue 31, Anti-fingerprint nanocoatings, automotive nanocoatings and printable electronics.
  • Issue 30, The nanocoatings market.
  • Issue 29, Titanium dioxide nanoparticles. Medical nanocoatings. ZIRCONIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES.
  • Issue 28Nanocoatings in waterproof electronics. Single walled carbon nanotubes. Flexible nanowires.
  • Issue 27, Quantum dots in displays.  Carbon nanotubes.
  • Issue 26, Nanomaterials in Li-ion batteries. Self-healing nanomaterials. Gold nanoparticles.
  • Issue 25, Industry outlook from Aeonclad Coatings. Graphene in healthcare.
  • Issue 24, Graphene: Guest article from Vorbeck Materials. Graphene-The new wonder material: Guest article from Haydale. Graphene commercialization: Graphene in products. Anti-corrosion nanocoatings.
  • Issue 23, Nanomaterials in Li-ion batteries. Nanosilica. Carbon nanotubes.
  • Issue 22Cellulose nanocrystals. Success in graphene. Zinc oxide nanoparticles.
  • Issue 21, Graphene: Guest article from Vorbeck Materials. Graphene-The new wonder material: Guest article from Haydale. Graphene in products. Anti-corrosion nanocoatings.
  • Issue 20, Graphene production. Green Earth Nano Science Inc. outlines the use of colloidal chemistry in their range of products. Automotive nanocoatings. Graphene in China.
  • Issue 19, Photocatalytic nanocoatings. Nanocoatings strategies and growing markets. Nanotech in the marine and boat industry. Nanotech in the biomedical and life sciences industry. Nanocoatings in the industrial tools and machinery sector.
  • Issue 18, Nanotech in smartphones. Graphene in the electronics market. Interview with Graphenea. Leading nanotech companies in the biomedical and life sciences industry. Focus on germanane.
  • Issue 17, Featuring the hottest 100 nanotech products in: Consumer goods, medicine, plastics, automotive, security, aerospace, oil & gas, construction, electronics etc.
  • Issue 16, Featuring the hottest 100 nanotech companies including producers and application developers.
  • Issue 15, Quantum dots. Nanofood. Nanomagnetics. Nanowires. Magnesium hydroxide nanoparticles.
  • Issue 14, Nanotechnology in the oil and gas industry. Carbon nanotube sensors. Dendrimers. Carbon nanohorns. Nanotechnology in cement.
  • Issue 13Carbon Nanotubes Markets and Future Prospects. Nanomaterials Regulation Worldwide. The Market for Nanoscale Precipitated calcium carbonate. AFM Probes Market and Companies. Nanotechnology in South Korea.
  • Issue 12, Graphene. Specialty optical fibers. Silicene. Graphdiyne. Graphane.
  • Issue 11, Anti-corrosion nanocoatings. Nanocellulose production in france. Nano-precipitated calcium carbonate. Molybdenum disulfide . Nanofibers. Antimony tin oxide nanopowders.
  • Issue 10, Nanotechnology in textiles. Zinc oxide nanoparticles. Nanoalumina.  Nanotech in the aerospace and aviation industries. Nanotechnology in the United Kingdom.
  • Issue 9, Nanocomposites in cement. Nanotechnology in adhesives. The market for nanocoatings. Anti-fingerprint coatings. Nanomaterials in insulation.
  • Issue 8, Nanotechnology in security. Nanophotonics. Nanofibers. Nanotechnology in Germany.
  • Issue 7, Going green with nanotechnology. Nanocellulose. NANOTOXICOLOGY-A COMPLEX ISSUE. Nanotechnology in catalysts. Nanotechnology in Russia. Nanosilver.
  • Issue 6, Understanding the challenge of nanomaterials toxicology. Nanostructured Zirconia. The EU Definition of Nanomaterials – Perspectives from Europe and America. Current progress and future perspectives in toxicology of nanomaterials. Cerium oxide nanopowders.
  • Issue 5Nano drug delivery. Sol-gel coatings. Nanotechnology in batteries. Fullerenes. Nanotechnology in India.
  • Issue 4, Nanotechnology in medical implants. How nanomaterials are leading to new and enhanced products in the cosmetics and personal care. Nanocomposite coatings. A guide to the latest nanotechnology developments for water treatment and remediation. A look at Taiwan’s National Nanotechnology Program, now in its second phase. Titanium Dioxide Nanopowders.
  • Issue 3, Nanosilver. Regulating nanotechnology.Nanocellulose. Nanotechnology in China. Nanotechnology in glass.
  • Issue 2, Quantum dots. Nanotechnology in solar energy. Nanotechnology in the military. Focus on nanotechnology in the construction and architecture sector. Focus on nanotechnology in the cleantech sector. Nanotechnology in the USA. A look at how anti-corrosion and wear resistant nanocoatings are being applied to a wide range of industries including oil and gas and manufacturing machinery. Zinc oxide nanopowders.
  • Issue 1, GRAPHENE: The new wonder material? How nanotechnology is driving the next generation of electronics and computing.  Nanotech-enabled next generation displays for consumer electronics. A look at how nanotechnology is driving innovation in the consumer products sector.  Focus on nanotechnology in the volatile automotive industry. Nanotechnology in Japan. Nanoclays-end user market for nanoclays are in packaging, automotive, cosmetics and toiletries, water filtration, flame retardant  materials, medical and biomaterials and paints, pigments and dyes.