The National Standardization Demonstration Zone for Industrialization of Nanotechnology has recently taken place in the Suzhou Industrial Park. For the high-tech cities that have gathered more than a hundred nanotechnology companies, this is another heavyweight advantage. Since the beginning of this year, six national standards for nanotechnology and industry standards have started to apply. In the next five years, the demonstration area will win at least 10 national standards for nanotechnology.

A bottle of clear and odorless "first-grade soybean oil" was photographed with a laser pen across the package. After less than five seconds, the horse's foot was revealed: the higher peroxide value and the animal fat target found in the waste oil were detected. In the laboratory of Optus Optics Nano Technology Co., Ltd., general manager Liu Chunwei told reporters that this compact and lightweight "nano-enhanced laser Raman spectrometer" was replaced by a chip, melamine, malachite green, Sudan red, flour The addition of brighteners and other additives that are illegally added can all be quickly detected. Routine laboratory tests are not only long and costly. However, because the country does not have the industry standard of the rapid inspection technology, such testing results can only be for reference only, and products have taken a road to industrialization.

Chen Bingbing, vice president of Jiangsu Nanda Optoelectronic Materials Co., Ltd., who occupied 80% of the domestic market and owns a number of independent intellectual property patents for inventions, said that in the past two years, many people have turned their attention to the raw materials of semiconductor lamps (LED lamps) - high purity metal organic The market for compounds (MO sources), in order to enhance the competitiveness of enterprises, this year, NTU has passed the quality supervision department to the National Standardization Management Committee to declare the use of electronic standards such as the large-scale electronic trimethyl gallium used in MO sources. The reporter found that nano-enterprises need to have the right to speak in terms of standardization, whether they are growing bigger or stronger or developing towards industrialization. At present, the park has gathered more than 100 nanotechnology companies involved in new materials, optoelectronics, biomedicine, and environmental governance, as well as more than 10 R&D institutions and laboratories such as Suzhou Nanotechnologies, Dongda and Zhongkeda of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, engaged in the industrialization of nanotechnology R&D. More than 5,500 people. “Our technology is leading in the world. How should we seize the right to speak in the industry?” After the establishment of the Suzhou Bureau of Quality Supervision and Administration Bureau last year, this became the most heard word when quality supervision personnel visited the company. "At present, China's nanotechnology field stands on the same starting line with the western developed countries. This is one of the few in the high-tech field." Ouyang Qing, head of the Suzhou Bureau of Quality Supervision and Administration Bureau, introduced that the development of standards in the field of nanotechnology has lags behind and has not been followed. The rapid development of the entire industry. The quality supervision department guides enterprises in embedding key technologies and patents with independent intellectual property rights into technical standards, and invites personnel from the National Standardization Management Committee to conduct business visits and other measures to promote enterprises to participate in or participate in standardization and revision.

As the only demonstration pilot for the standardization of nanotechnology industrialization in the country, the future park will take advantage of scientific and technological resources, human resources, and policy environment to promote the transformation, industrialization, and scale of nanotechnology achievements. In five years, we established a corporate standard alliance working model around nano-new materials, nano-photonics, micro-nano fabrication and systems, and created a complete set of related technical standards for high-purity metal organics, micro-nano processing, and testing and production specifications. The high-end industrial chain has enabled key companies to adopt more than 90% of their alliance-based products. The key enterprises and research institutions participated in the revision of the national standard and the benchmark 10 items for 5 years, and proposed international standard proposals. To promote the synchronization of R&D and standardization among 20 key enterprises such as Nanda Optoelectronics, Su Daweige, Nano Microelectronics, Jingneng, and Saifen, and to build a nanomaterial biological safety evaluation center, nanotechnology industry incubation center, and nanometer Platforms such as organic optoelectronics manufacturing platforms have contributed to the advancement of nanotechnology from R&D to industrialization.