NSTI is chartered with the promotion and integration of small technologies through education, technology and business development. Consequently, the NSTI uses its network not only as a private consultancy, but also as an educational and promotional vehicle in the space of Nanotechnology. Listed below are a few of the scientific, educational and community building projects that the NSTI donates its resources towards:
NSTI freely posts all of its nanotechnology publications into the NSTI website for the promotion of scientific and business growth. These papers are downloaded daily by academics, graduate students, business developers and technology companies, resulting in over 200,000 site visits per month.
NSTI endorses and has donated its network for an Earth and Sky radio educational project focused on nanotechnology for support by the National Science Foundation.
NSTI is a founding member of the Massachusetts Nanotechnology Initiative and has supported the development of state economic development programs in nanotechnology. Download the NSTI-MTC report on Nanotechnology in Massachusetts.
NSTI endorses, has donated its network and is organizing symposia aligned with a North Eastern University program directed at nanotechnology for cancer detection and treatment.
NSTI is using the Nanotech conference series as a vehicle to scientifically and socially address health and environmental studies related to nanotechnology, in partnership with NNCO, EPA and Dupont.
NSTI endorses and supports a proposed NSF sponsored Chemical Imaging Center by providing for a series of symposia for Puerto Rican students and researchers embedded into the Nanotech conference series.
NSTI acts as a focal point for multi-disciplinary and multi-industry nanotechnology activities. Through the NSTI-Nanotech conference series, the NSTI has partnering agreements with a range of single disciplinary societies including:
At the NSTI-Nanotech 2004, NSTI provided free promotion to leading Technology Licensing offices and international initiatives as a benefit to the nanotechnology community. 2004 participating organizations included: