"The state will provide all possible support in turning your dream projects into reality and make the state a favourable destination for the growth of this sunrise industry," Kumaraswamy said while addressing the 10th Bengaluru India Nano Summit here.
He asked the scientists and engineers to also come up with innovative nanotechnology-based solutions for food security, energy security, water purification, infrastructure, medicine, healthcare and waste management as well as combat environmental hazards.
The Chief Minister said nanotech-based solutions for food preservation and to improve soil quality should be given priority as these would directly benefit farmers and contribute to increased agricultural production.
He said the state would lead the country in nano revolution as well on the lines of information technology and biotechnology, he said.
Also, the Chief Minister referred to the department of industrial policy and promotion which said the state had been consistently at the top spot in the country as the most attractive investment destination.
He said these positive factors would definitely give a big boost to investment and industrial development in nanotechnology in the years to come.
(With inputs from agencies.)