Global Nano-Magnetic Devices Market Research Overview 2020-2025: Industry Growth Analysis by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, and Forecast.
The Nano-Magnetic Devices market is expected to register a CAGR of 6.7% over the forecast period 2020 – 2025. This report presents market Size, Share, COVID Impact Analysis and Forecast to 2025. It is comprehensive research with in-depth data and contemporary analysis of Nano-Magnetic Devices Market at a global, regional and key country level, split by different sub-segments of the industry.
The major driver for the growth of the nano-magnetic device market is the rising demand for nanotechnology. There is an increasing requirement for nanotechnology in advanced manufacturing applications due to the need for compact performance and size reduction of electronics. Nanotechnology has been majorly adopted by developed economies like Germany, the United States, Canada, and France, among others. Furthermore, the rising demand for energy-efficient devices is also driving the growth of the market. However, the market is not yet fully commercialized, with the increasing number of research initiatives across the globe that will drive the growth of the market in the coming years.
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Nano-magnetic devices have gained traction in recent times; this is mostly due to the rising adoption of advanced and modernized electronic appliances. Increasing initiatives in some developed economies related to nanotechnology are contributing to the development growth of nano-magnetic devices.
– The increasing pace of research related to nano-magnetic device associated technologies are also creating opportunities for the market. For instance, in October 2019, researchers at the IIT Hyderabad (India) have developed low-power chips, which can be used in AI-powered devices. The researchers have developed magnetic quantum-dot cellular automata (MQCA)-based nano-magnetic logic design methodology of arithmetic circuits.
– In May 2020, a team of researchers of ICMAB, the UAB, and the ALBA Synchrotron, along with a bunch of scientists from the ICN2and the UB, have developed nanoneedles to improve robustness and capacity of magnetic memory devices.
– In April 2020, a research funded by Sandia National Laboratories and a National Science Foundation has developed magnetic nanowires to build more energy-efficient smart computers rather than using silicon chips.
– With the increasing incidences of COVID-19 across the globe, vendors present in the market are investing in research activities for the development of nanotechnology-enabled sensors to fight against the lethal virus.
– For instance, in April 2020, a group of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis received federal funding for a rapid Coronavirus test using a newly developed nanotechnology. The group has developed a highly sensitive and significantly accurate biosensor based on a fluorescent nanoprobe, which can be deployed across broad COVID-19 testing applications.
The nano-magnetic devices market is moderately competitive and comprises a significant number of regional and global players. These players account for a considerable share in the market and focusing on expanding their customer base across the globe. These vendors are focusing on the research and development investment in introducing new products & solutions, strategic alliances, and other organic & inorganic growth strategies to earn a competitive edge during the forecast period.
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Healthcare is Expected to Grow at a Significant Rate Throughout the Forecast Period
– The major driver for the healthcare segment of the market is the increasing research & development activities across developed economies. For instance, in January 2020, KAUST scientists jointly produced drug-coated iron nanowires to kill malignant and tumor cells selectively. Iron nanowires coated with drugs can be a better option for malignant cell therapy as they can be moved to the tumor site with the help of an external magnetic field before starting a cancer-killing process.
– In May 2020, the researchers at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, with scientists at the Department of Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, have developed a sensor that combines advanced technologies in the fields of magnetism solid-state physics. The newly developed sensor can be applied in the field of biomedicine.
– In May 2020, Nanoscope Therapeutics Inc. received NIH support to increase the pace of ultrafast laser-based retina gene delivery. The company has developed Multi-Characteristic Opsins (MCOs) to steer cells toward low levels of white light, which results in an improved vision at ambient room light.
– Many medical research organizations use a low power NIR laser beam whose intensity can be enhanced locally, to minimize significant damage while inserting therapeutic genes. With the help of nano-magnetic sensors, it can be achieved at a lesser cost. These ongoing research activities will drive the growth of the healthcare segment in the coming years.
All the reports that we list have been tracking the impact of COVID-19 the market. Both upstream and downstream of the entire supply-chain has been accounted for while doing this. Also, where possible, we will provide an additional COVID-19 update supplement/report to the report in Q3, please check for with the sales team.
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