Strategies for Colloidal Stabilization of Nanoparticles for Life Science
Consumption of nanostructures in the life science sectors (e.g., nanoparticles, nanospheres, nanocapsules, and quantum dots) is projected to be characterized by healthy growth during the next five years. The report provides a detailed description of applications in the medical sector and examines main drivers for market growth within this industry. The global market for nanostructures in life science should reach $17.8 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach $33.8 billion in 2024, registering a CAGR of 13.7% during the five-year period.
- A market outlook for nanoparticles in the life science sector
- Analysis of issues related to colloidal stabilization, and discussion on current and emerging strategies to improve it
- Description of nanoparticles applications in life science such as drug and gene targeting, intracellular sensors, microfluidic devices, and biological labelling
- Information on types of colloidal dispersions for life science e.g., metal, polymer, ceramic, composite, quantum dots, and nanospheres
- An overview of existing methods for preparing colloidal dispersions in life sciences
Margareth Gagliardi, Chief Research Analyst in Advanced Materials for BCC Research, has more than 30 years of experience in the field of advanced materials, specializing in ceramic formulations, materials processing, and new product development. After receiving her degrees in Chemical and Ceramic Engineering, she worked in both manufacturing and R&D holding senior management positions within U.S. and European firms producing electronic, mechanical, chemical, and structural components.
She is currently focusing on market intelligence and advanced technologies analysis for organizations and research institutions that operate within a range of high-tech industries.