1. Dragoljub Mirjanić, Akademija nauka i umjetnosti Republike Srpske, Bana Lazarevića 1, Banja Luka,
Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Interest in nanomaterials has increased enormously in the last years, due to to the fact that nanomaterials, biomaterials, eco-materials, materials for ICT and renewable energy sources has been recognized by European Union, USA, Japan, Chine, India as a holders of future industry development. They are widely used in many areas: energy, transport, constructions&buildings, medicine&pharma, ICT, textile and sport sectors, consumer goods, packacking. For example, Framework Programme 7th, as well as future Horizon, defines nanosciences, nanotechnology, materials and new production technologies (NMP) as one of the most priority research topic that have been or shall be financed inside European Union.
The strategic orientation of development of nanomaterials should be reached by the main goal to improve and strengthen scientific resources and to make them an integral part of European, rather worlds, research, that shall finally resulted in new products and technology to the benefit of societies. Besides that, policy of development in the field of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies has important role to encourage industry, specially medium and small enterprises, to become a part of industry research.
It is excpected that development and application of nanotechnology improve the competetiveness and quality of life in the future. Therefore, the examples of impacts of new, advanced nanotechnology materials in different fields, will be shown in this paper.
nanomaterials; nanotechnolgy; nano-enabled products
SIMPOZIJUM B: Biomaterijali i nanomedicina