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Bioinspired and Nanoengineered Surfaces: Technologies, Applications and Global Markets
Date:6/27/2013

MARKET FOR NANOENGINEERED SURFACES BY MAIN

APPLICATION SECTOR, THROUGH 2022 ($ MILLIONS) 8

TABLE 1 TECHNIQUES USED TO FABRICATE NANOENGINEERED SURFACES 12

TABLE 2 PROPERTIES EXPLOITED BY BIOINSPIRED NANOENGINEERED SURFACES

(NES) 13

TABLE 3 WETTING AND ADHESION APPLICATIONS OF BIOMIMETIC ANALOGS:

BIOINSPIRED FROM PLANT SPECIES 20

TABLE 4 WETTING AND ADHESION APPLICATIONS OF BIOMIMETIC ANALOGS:

BIOINSPIRED FROM INSECTS, REPTILES AND MARINE SPECIES 21

TABLE 5 OPTICAL APPLICATIONS OF BIOMIMETIC ANALOGS: BIOINSPIRED FROM

INSECTS, REPTILES AND MARINE SPECIES 22

TABLE 6 OTHER APPLICATIONS OF BIOMIMETIC ANALOGS: BIOINSPIRED FROM

VARIOUS SPECIES 24

TABLE 7 APPLICATIONS OF SYNTHETIC NANOENGINEERED SURFACES 24

TABLE 8 MAIN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION SECTORS AND END USES IDENTIFIED FOR

NANOENGINEERED SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES 25

TABLE 9 GLOBAL MARKET FOR NANOENGINEERED SURFACES BY MAIN APPLICATION

SECTOR, THROUGH 2022 ($ MILLIONS) 30

TABLE 10 U.S. VERSUS FOREIGN PATENTS ISSUED AND PENDING:

SUPERHYDROPHOBICS, 2002 2012 (NUMBER/%) 35

TABLE 11 U.S. VERSUS FOREIGN SUPERHYDROPHILIC PATENTS ISSUED AND

PENDING, 2002 AND 2012 (%) 37

TABLE 12 APPLICATION INTERESTS OF LEADING IP PORTFOLIO HOLDERS:

SUPERHYDROPHOBICS 40

TABLE 13 APPLICATION INTERESTS OF LEADING IP PORTFOLIO HOLDERS:

SUPERHYDROPHILICS 42

TABLE 14 MAIN COMMERCIAL BIOLOGICAL/BIOMEDICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND

MARKET END-USES FOR NANOENGINEERED SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES 45

TABLE 15 POTENTIAL LONGER-TERM COMMERCIAL BIOLOGICAL/BIOMEDICAL

DEVELOPMENTS FOR NES 50

TABLE 16 GLOBAL MARKET PROJECTION FOR BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL

APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2022 ($ MILLIONS) 53

TABLE 17 MAIN COMMERCIAL AUTOMOTIVE DEVELOPMENTS AND END-USE

APPLICATIONS FOR NANOENGINEERED SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES 55

TABLE 18 POTENTIAL LONGER-TERM COM
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