Aims and Scope:
Nanotechnology Law & Business is the authoritative source of info rmation for professionals involved in micro- and nanotechnologies. Whether you are an institutional investor seeking to understand how nanotechnology will impact certain markets, a lawyer mapping the patent landscape surrounding a particular technology, or a company navigating regulatory issues, the journal can serve as a powerful analytical tool. With an editorial board comprised of the leading scientists, lawyers, executives, and investors involved in the field, Nanotechnology Law & Business contains detailed and peer reviewed articles on:
• Commercial applications and market impact of newly emerging technologies
• Intellectual property, patent prosecution, licensing, and litigation
• Federal and state legislative initiatives and regulatory issues
• Ethical and societal implications of nanotechnology
• Case studies of different business models and corporate strategies
• Venture capital and other financing mechanisms
• International legal and business issues
Each issue also includes review of books and market reports as well as updated databases of license agreements, venture capital investments, joint development arrangements, mergers and acquisitions, law suits, and initial public offerings. With a rapidly increasing subscriber base and inclusion in databases such as Hein and Westlaw, the journal is the world’s leading provider of substantive info rmation for this dynamic field.
Nanotechnology Law & Business is aimed at a broad and interdisciplinary audience of nanotechnology executives, entrepreneurs, investors, attorneys, regulatory analysts, academics, and policy makers involved in small scale technologies. International legal and business issues are also covered, making it a valuable resource for foreign audiences.