||Nanotechnology in Argentina: Report of a Fact Finding Mission to San Carlos de Bariloche and Buenos Aires, 19-23 November 2007
||Fact Finding Report
||The emerging nanotechnology industry in Argentina has significant future research potential. Argentine researchers are interested in international research cooperation, particularly with the European Union, but often are unable to fully collaborate due to EU funding regulations and rules involving third country research participants. Argentina also suffers from its reputation as a politically unstable country and it is not well-known for its technological abilities. This report highlights recent Argentine nanotechnology policies and groups, including the formation of the Argentinean Nanotechnology Foundation. It presents a snapshot of the organization of the various groups and companies already conducting nanotechnology-related research within the country, their current research and products, and their future plans in the area of nanotechnology.