Maps

Nanotechnology Research and Innovation Systems Assessment Group at Georgia Tech

Map Room: Nanodistricts – Research and Commercialization; Nanotechnology in the Map of Science, Patents

Fig 1 (Basemap)websmallBasemap of Patents, from Luciano Kay, Nils Newman, Jan Youtie, Alan Porter, Ismael Rafols, Patent Overlay Mapping, JASIST, 2014. Access map ; Access thesaurus


Nanotechnology in the Map of Science, from Alan Porter and Jan Youtie, How interdisciplinary is nanotechnology? Nature Nanotechnology, September 2009. Read article [PDF] [Higher resolution picture]


US Nanodistrict Development: 1990-2006

Animation Depicting Growth of Nanodistricts from 1990-2006, Windows Media Video (wmv) format [Click Here to Play]


Global Nanodistricts: Cities with Nanotechnology Publications Records of 1,000 or Greater [Larger Version, PDF]


Global Nanodistricts: Cities with 10 or More Nanotechnology Patents by Assignee: 1990-2006 [Larger Version, PDF]


Source: Program in Nanotechnology Research and Innovation Systems Assessment, Georgia Tech Technology Policy and Assessment Center, Center for Nanotechnology and Society, Arizona State University (CNS-ASU). Based on A. Porter, J. Youtie, P. Shapira, and D. Schoeneck, Refining Search Terms for Nanotechnology, Georgia Tech Technology Policy and Assessment Center, 2007.