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China leads global graphene and carbon nanotube research

The Asian giant's rise, driven by world-leading academic research and state funding, now threatens to exacerbate a global glut, according Lux Research

BS B2B Bureau  |  Boston, USA 

Driven by favourable government policies, funding and world-leading academic research, has emerged as the leading global player in and (CNT) publication and patenting activity. Commercially, it has attained parity with international counterparts in production, though its suppliers lag global competition, according to
 
China’s domestic and market will also reach $ 22.4 million and $ 48.4 million, respectively, driven by the growth of the battery market and newer applications like coatings and thermal dissipation. However, the increase in production by Chinese firms will exacerbate global oversupply, with a profound effect on global prices and margins.


 
“The country’s 11th Five-Year Plan (FYP) from 2006 to 2010 tripled nanotech funding to RMB 5 billion, setting the stage for ferocious activity in recent years,” said Zhun Ma, Analyst and the lead author of the report titled, ‘Fishing for gems in a vast sea of oversupply: Assessing china's and landscape’.
 
He added, “Today, Chinese and players have varying prospective value as partnership candidates, based on cost and/or performance.”
 
As per Lux Research, with cost advantage, well-established customer networks and continuous funding support, China's two leading suppliers – CNano and Timesnano – will help increase its share of global capacity from 30% to 50%.
 
Last November, overtook North America in global capacity for nanoplatelets, with The Sixth Element and Ningbo Morsh the leading suppliers. However, most Chinese suppliers have lower technology value scores in Lux's analysis.
 
Chinese research organisations own the lion's share of and patents. Riding on world-leading academic research, China's publications and patents on have surpassed those of the US. It leads global publications and takes second place in patent activity.

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China leads global graphene and carbon nanotube research

The Asian giant's rise, driven by world-leading academic research and state funding, now threatens to exacerbate a global glut, according Lux Research

The Asian giant's rise, driven by world-leading academic research and state funding, now threatens to exacerbate a global glut, according Lux Research Driven by favourable government policies, funding and world-leading academic research, has emerged as the leading global player in and (CNT) publication and patenting activity. Commercially, it has attained parity with international counterparts in production, though its suppliers lag global competition, according to
 
China’s domestic and market will also reach $ 22.4 million and $ 48.4 million, respectively, driven by the growth of the battery market and newer applications like coatings and thermal dissipation. However, the increase in production by Chinese firms will exacerbate global oversupply, with a profound effect on global prices and margins.
 
“The country’s 11th Five-Year Plan (FYP) from 2006 to 2010 tripled nanotech funding to RMB 5 billion, setting the stage for ferocious activity in recent years,” said Zhun Ma, Analyst and the lead author of the report titled, ‘Fishing for gems in a vast sea of oversupply: Assessing china's and landscape’.
 
He added, “Today, Chinese and players have varying prospective value as partnership candidates, based on cost and/or performance.”
 
As per Lux Research, with cost advantage, well-established customer networks and continuous funding support, China's two leading suppliers – CNano and Timesnano – will help increase its share of global capacity from 30% to 50%.
 
Last November, overtook North America in global capacity for nanoplatelets, with The Sixth Element and Ningbo Morsh the leading suppliers. However, most Chinese suppliers have lower technology value scores in Lux's analysis.
 
Chinese research organisations own the lion's share of and patents. Riding on world-leading academic research, China's publications and patents on have surpassed those of the US. It leads global publications and takes second place in patent activity.
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China leads global graphene and carbon nanotube research

The Asian giant's rise, driven by world-leading academic research and state funding, now threatens to exacerbate a global glut, according Lux Research

Driven by favourable government policies, funding and world-leading academic research, has emerged as the leading global player in and (CNT) publication and patenting activity. Commercially, it has attained parity with international counterparts in production, though its suppliers lag global competition, according to
 
China’s domestic and market will also reach $ 22.4 million and $ 48.4 million, respectively, driven by the growth of the battery market and newer applications like coatings and thermal dissipation. However, the increase in production by Chinese firms will exacerbate global oversupply, with a profound effect on global prices and margins.
 
“The country’s 11th Five-Year Plan (FYP) from 2006 to 2010 tripled nanotech funding to RMB 5 billion, setting the stage for ferocious activity in recent years,” said Zhun Ma, Analyst and the lead author of the report titled, ‘Fishing for gems in a vast sea of oversupply: Assessing china's and landscape’.
 
He added, “Today, Chinese and players have varying prospective value as partnership candidates, based on cost and/or performance.”
 
As per Lux Research, with cost advantage, well-established customer networks and continuous funding support, China's two leading suppliers – CNano and Timesnano – will help increase its share of global capacity from 30% to 50%.
 
Last November, overtook North America in global capacity for nanoplatelets, with The Sixth Element and Ningbo Morsh the leading suppliers. However, most Chinese suppliers have lower technology value scores in Lux's analysis.
 
Chinese research organisations own the lion's share of and patents. Riding on world-leading academic research, China's publications and patents on have surpassed those of the US. It leads global publications and takes second place in patent activity.

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