Please ask for login credentials to submit your paper: [email protected]: Dr. Online Subscription Price 2020: EUR 550 / US$ 600 - Access January-December 2020 to all Volumes published in 2020 - Published from 2008 - 2019: 59 Volumes - Access on/via Benefits to libraries: • Outright purchase • Perpetual access rights • Multiple concurrent users • Long-time preservation • COUNTER-compliant usage statistics • Pick & Choose licensing options as well as package options.The recent revolutionary advances in nanoscale phenomena open exciting, new avenues for research and discovery.
In Room 422, Qun Huo, the nanotechnology program coordinator, sits at her desk in front of a large window displaying a nearly setting sun.
Her desk is organized and the large bookshelf in front of her consists of many bulky books with “chemistry” in the title....
All papers in this inaugural issue are invited research papers.
The contributions range from synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles and nanostructures to computer science issues in bio nanotechnology being a clear testament of the breadth and interdisciplinary nature of the journal.
On the horizon are applications ranging from civil engineering to advanced molecular electronics so promising to transform our everyday technology as well as basic economics.
Note from the editors: Nanoscience and nanotechnology brought up an unprecedented excitement in the scientific and engineering communities, especially the last decade.
Congratulations to Nano Research Editor Professor Yadong Li elected to Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
C&EN had reported China-based English-language chemistry journals and mentioned Nano Research Nano Research editors among the top 100 chemists in the past decade.
Share your work via scholarly collaboration networks (like Research Gate, and Mendeley) in a fully copyrightcompliant way using The Kudos Shareable PDF Note from Nobel Laureate Professor Sir H. Ingenious strategies for the creation of molecules and extended atomic structures with complex exactly-specified infrastructures and function are being developed – basically nanoscale devices that “do things” are now being created.
New experimental approaches which focus on how atoms assemble are leading to the production of novel nanostructures and research is focusing on the control of self-assembly processes ie the bottom-up approach to the production of materials with advanced function.