National Institutes of Health
CRISP (Computer Retrieval of Information on
Scientific Projects) is a searchable database
of federally funded biomedical research projects
conducted at universities, hospitals, and other
National Science Foundation
WebCASPAR is a database system containing
information about academic science and
engineering resources and is newly available
on the World Wide Web.
Nanotechnology Consumer Products Inventory
After more than twenty years of basic and applied
research, nanotechnologies are gaining in
commercial use. Nanoscale materials now are in
electronic, cosmetics, automotive and medical
products. But it has been difficult to find out how
many "nano" consumer products are on the market
and which merchandise could be called "nano."
While not comprehensive, this inventory gives
the public the best available look at the 500+
consumer products currently on the market.
Nanotechnology and Medicine
This is a list of medical drugs, delivery systems,
diagnostic tests and devices that have already
been commercialized and that are available for
use. These timelines illustrate estimated
commercialization time frames for a select set
of nanotechnology drugs, delivery systems,
diagnostic tests and devices that are currently
being developed—from applications that are
in early stage development to applications that
are already in latter stages of clinical trials.
The nanoHUB was created the NSF-funded
Network for Computational Nanotechnology
(NCN). The NCN is a network of universities
with a vision to pioneer the development of
nanotechnology from science to manufacturing
through innovative theory, exploratory
simulation, and novel cyberinfrastructure.
Government, Industry, Work Groups,
Nanomaterials, Products, Applications,
Instruments, Networks, and Associations….
find them all here through these