Big Things from a Tiny World brochure, Spanish version (Cosas Grandes de un Mundo Diminuto)

Subject Area:
NNI Brochures
Author: NNI/NNCO
Publication Date: Jan. 17 2014

Description:

Spanish brochure coverA colorful, compelling Spanish language brochure that explains nanotechnology and its potential in a format that appeals to general audiences. This online version is formatted to be a printer-friendly document. 

 

See Big Things from a Powerful World, our nanotechnology and energy brochure, in Spanish.

See the English language version.

 

 

 


Nanotechnology Fact

The United States is not the only country to recognize the tremendous economic potential of nanotechnology. While difficult to measure accurately, estimates from 2008 showed the governments of the European Union (EU) and Japan invested approximately $1.7 billion and $950 million, respectively, in nanotechnology research and development. The governments of China, Korea, and Taiwan invested approximately $430 million, $310 million, and $110 million, respectively (Roco, Mirkin, and Hersam, Nanotechnology Research Directions for 2020, 2010). This compares to 2008 U.S. Government spending of $1.55 billion.

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