Case Study: Veneto Nanotech: An Italian Cluster

VENETO NANOTECH – from IT

Veneto Nanotech is an Italian Cluster created in 2003 after careful valuation and analysis of the Italian business climate regarding innovation and technology transfer, and has grown to coordinate the activities of the hi-tech cluster of nanotechnology applied to materials.

Cluster Activities: Build international excellence in research, to foster the application of nanotechnology, and to support the development of start-ups in the focus sector.

Size: 65 companies, universities and research centres.

Interests in Japan: Establishing new business and scientific relationships.

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