Market Research Report
Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery: Global Markets
|Published by||Cientifica Ltd||Product code||229836|
|Published||Content info||121 Pages
This report focuses on NDD market opportunities in Asia, Europe, US and the RoW.
The report provides an in-depth presentation of recent developments (2000-2010) in nanoparticle-enabled DDS and future opportunities (2011-2021). Persons with a financial or academic interest in the pharmaceutical industry who want to learn how advances in nanotechnology research and development will impact the economics of the pharmaceutical market will benefit most from this report.
This report will focus on a geographical breakdown of the developed NDD TAM for the period 2000-2010, with a forecast NDD TAM for the period 2011-2021. The values are presented in $USD as well as percentages.
In the decade since the international spotlight focused on nanotechnology, with some predicting a trillion dollar nanotech-enabled market by 2020, it has become increasingly clear from which areas of science and industry that market will materialise. Cientifica's Global Funding of Nanotechnologies 2011 tracked the growth of government funding to a total of $67.5 billion from 2000 to 2011.
Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery: Global Markets, indicates nanotech-enabled drug delivery therapeutics is set to grow from a current value of $2.3 billion to $136 billion by the year 2021. This sector will therefore represent approximately 15% of the global nanotechnology market in 2021. Healthcare offers the greatest opportunity to add value to nanomaterials and China is the fastest-growing market sector.
Cientifica's research indicates that global growth in the drug delivery market will be led by Asia with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 32.5% between now and 2021. China will be the largest market for nanotechnology based drug delivery systems by 2021, worth more than $18 billion and representing 43% of the Asian market.
France is forecast to surpass Japan as a drug delivery market within 10 years. Among European Union countries, the highest growth will be found in the former Eastern Bloc, and the lowest in the UK.