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Nanotechnology the sleeping Giant

Located in Niche Domain Discussion started by MSN-Domains, Jan 29, 2018.

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  1. MSN-Domains

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    Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing technology with potential applications in many sectors of the global economy, namely healthcare, cosmetics, energy, and agriculture among others. The technology is revolutionizing every industry, while tremendously attracting worldwide attention. Thus, there lies a great opportunity for industry participants to tap the fast-growing market, which would garner huge revenue on the back of commercialization of the technology.

    HOW IS NANOTECHNOLOGY USED?
    The use of nanotechnology has exploded over the past few decades. More and more manufacturers are including nanomaterials in a vast array of products. In fact, over 1,600 products are known to contain nanoparticles today. And research is ongoing, so you can expect to see a lot more in the near future.

    These are some examples of current products and technologies that incorporate nanomaterials.

    Biomedical
    Nanotechnology is used in many areas of health care, including wound dressings with nanoscale silver as an anti-bacterial agent, and synthetic bone based on nanoparticles that can be inserted into areas where natural bone is missing or broken.

    Electronics
    The field of nanoelectronics has created many advances, including faster, smaller and more portable electronics with increasingly large amounts of data storage. Ultra-high definition screens use nanotechnology to produce more vibrant colors and improve energy efficiency. Nanoscience is also behind bendable and flexible electronics that are being introduced in medical and other applications.

    Clothing
    Nanoscale additives and surface treatments have created fabrics that resist wrinkling, staining and bacterial growth. Some fabrics can even provide lightweight ballistic energy deflection in personal body armor.

    Energy
    The Shenhua Group, one of the world’s largest coal companies, is using nanotechnology to liquify coal and turn it into gas. This could bring a major change to global energy production as countries with large natural reserves of coal, such as China and the U.S., now have the potential to manufacture gasoline.

    Sunscreen
    Certain sunscreens contain molecularly-engineered nanomaterials that absorb more light than normal brands and spread more evenly on your skin compared to the thick, sticky sunscreens you might be used to.

    Cosmetics
    Encapsulating or suspending ingredients in what’s called nanospheres or nanoemulsions can increase their penetration into your skin. Many different products use this in some form. For example, in 1998, L’Oreal introduced Plentitude Revitalift, an anti-wrinkle cream that used polymer nanocapsules to deliver active ingredients into deeper layers of skin.

    Food
    Nanoparticles made from clay are being used in lightweight bottles, cartons and packaging films to create an impermeable barrier to gasses such as oxygen and carbon dioxide. In addition, storage containers are being made with silver nanoparticles embedded in the plastic that will kill any bacteria present.

    Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
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  2. Together4Forever

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    Whatz the point bro with respect to domains! What names do you own already.

    And I am asking you this as I own myself a bunch of them since a long time
     
  3. MSN-Domains

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    I'm considering buying & "HODL" one or two major EMD in this space, further research needed into the right tld for this category
     
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  4. Together4Forever

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    Nanoscaletech.com
    NanoViewer.com
    NanoTelevision.com
    NanoStents.com
    NanoSomes.com
    NanoPlayer.com
    NanoPharmacology.com
    NanoEye.com
    NanoDog.com
    NanoMedicalTechnologies.com
    Nanodes.com
    NanoCircle.com
    NanoCamera.com
    Nanotechpro.com


    Most of the names owned for over 10 years
     
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  5. Winfluence

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    Terrible. This thread is horrible. Nano isn't and likely never will be a consumer terminology. Nano is common place in tech, so much that no one talks about it anymore. It's not the sexy subject it used to be in the 2000s. Everyone uses Nano tech in nearly everything now and no one cares. It's in everything. It's like investing in a bunch if "microchip" domains. Doesn't make any sense.
     
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  6. MSN-Domains

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    Any fact's, logic, key people of influence or reputable sources to back up what you are claiming? all I sense is a lot of emotion and no rationality in any capacity.
     
  7. MSN-Domains

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    $320,000,000 Million worth of capital doesn't care about your opinion

    Rule #1 Follow the money

    https://e27.co/vickers-venture-targets-500-million-fund-biotech-nanotech-ai-investments-20180108/
     
  8. MSN-Domains

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    Oxford Nanopore raises $140,000,000 USD
    Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd said March 20 that it collected funding in the amount of £100 million pounds ($140 million). Participants included GIC(Singapore), China Construction Bank International (CCBI, China), Hostplus (Australia), and existing investors. Oxford Nanopore, of the U.K., provides the technology behind DNA/RNA sequencer, MinION.

    PRESS RELEASE

    OXFORD, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd, the company behind the only portable real-time DNA/RNA sequencer, MinION, has raised £100M ($140M) in new investment. Funds were raised from global investors including GIC (Singapore), China Construction Bank International (CCBI, China), Hostplus (Australia), and existing investors.

    The funds will be used to support the Company’s next phase of commercial expansion. This includes a new high-volume, high-tech manufacturing facility in Oxford to meet accelerating demand for Oxford Nanopore’s sequencing technology, and growth of the commercial team that already serves more than 70 countries.


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  9. Elad n

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    Basically it won't become a niche and most names are worthless IMO

    Some brandables will work as always.
    I like NanoEye as u know already.
     
  10. MSN-Domains

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    Have you ever sold a domain outside the forum?
     
  11. Elad n

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    Basically yes lol ,unlike you :)
     
  12. MSN-Domains

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    The fact you start your sentence with basically, tells me everything I need to know
     
  13. MSN-Domains

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    Never to listen to people who invest in Ponzi schemes and have zero capital = Charlatans

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  14. Together4Forever

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    @MSN-Domains Bro you are new here and you need to open up to all sorts of comments and learnings! Statements like have you sold a domain is uncalled for!

    I don’t care about who says what I buy names purely on basis of my own gut!

    If I start listening to other 90% of my portfolio would be scrap and 90% of other would be a millionaire one!
     
  15. Elad n

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    Yea Talker lol .
     
  16. MSN-Domains

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    I'm not your Bro and i don't understand anything you said
     
  17. Together4Forever

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    Exactly the point. Goodluck
     
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    START-UP DEVELOPING NANOTECH FOR FIGHTING CANCER RAISES £2M

    An Oxford University spin-out looking to use its nanotechnology to improve the treatment of people living with cancer has raised a £2m investment.

    Xerion Healthcare said the funding, provided by local venture capital fund Oxford Sciences Innovation, will fuel its expansion at Cherwell Innovation Centre near Bicester, Oxfordshire.

    The company is looking to develop nanotechnology that enhances the effects of radiotherapy for thousands of people.

    Xerion’s nanoparticles are injected into tumours, dispersing throughout the tumour and into cancer cells. When radiotherapy treatment is applied, the nanoparticles generate highly active molecular species, known as ‘free radicals’, which destroy the tumour cells.

    The nanoparticles split water, rather than interacting with oxygen, allowing the most aggressive oxygen deficient tumour types to be targeted.
     
  19. alcy

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    any new regs or sales for you guys in Nano?

    I went wild today and regged possibly the most fitting keyword for Nano.. in possibly a most fitting extension for this too.. fingers crossed!! mind you .... thats all the nano names I own for now!

    N a n o R o b o t

    N a n o R o b o t s


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