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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
Tierney, Robert; Walsh, Steven
High aspect ratio MEMS and CMOS: Collaborators or competitors?
Lawes, Ron A.
Commercialisation of LIGA: a 25‐year retrospective
Selection of engine type for Micro Air Vehicles. Turbojet or turboprop?
Soudarev, A.; Suryaninov, A.
Multi‐material micro/nanomanufacturing at FEMTO‐innovation
Malek, Chantal Khan; Jeannot, Jean‐Claude; Froelicher, Michel
Small‐technology education with scanning probe microscopy: examples of programmes from around the world
Nano zinc oxide for UV protection of textiles
Sun, Lu; Rippon, John A.; Cookson, Peter G.; Wang, Xungai; King, Ken; Koulaeva, Olga; Beltrame, Reno
Nanoadditives for the fine chemical industry
Phase imaging of nanostructures
Allman, Brendan; Ishizuka, Kazuo; Nugent, Keith
Tensile and electrical properties of carbon nanotube yarns and knitted tubes in pure or composite form
Hutton, Sean; Skourtis, Chris; Atkinson, Ken
Building the workforce of tomorrow
Neuen, Sue L.; Giasolli, Robert M.
Nanotechnology and the public interest: Repeating the mistakes of GM foods?
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