nano is a bimonthly magazine which publishes original insights and analyses on the latest applications of nanotechnology. It provides quality information on innovations and trends emerging from the world of nanoscience and nanotechnology of interest to industry, science, and the general public.
Nano Research is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal that focuses on all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Submissions are solicited in all topical areas, ranging from basic aspects of the science of nanoscale materials to practical applications of such materials. Nano Research is an open-access journal, making all research results freely available online.
Nano Reviews is a multidisciplinary Open Access journal publishing comprehensive and critical Review Articles in addition to cutting-edge Short Communications in all areas of nanoscience, nanotechnology, nanobiotechnology, and single-molecules – from basic science to applied aspects of chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, and engineering.
NBA publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers of significance in all areas of nano bio-technologies. Types of articles include original research papers, short research communications, reviews/mini-reviews.
Nano-Micro Letters (NML) is an online Open Access journal that emphasizes the bottom-up approach in the length scale from Nano to Micro. The key for nanotechnology to reach industrial applications is to assemble, to modify, and to control the nanostructures in the Micro scale. NML aims to provide a publishing platform crossing the boundaries, from Nano to Micro, and from science to technology.
The mission of Nanobiomedicine is to publish manuscripts with selectivity in the areas of nanotechnology as it interfaces with fundamental studies in biology, as well as its application to the fields of medicine. The journal publishes significant contributions in the cross-disciplinary area intersecting nanotechnology with biomedicine, with particular interest in the applicability of these discoveries and advances.
Topics are: Diagnosis of diseases including cancer, cardiovascular, infectious diseases; Molecular modelling in diagnosis; Enzyme and membrane technologies; Quantum dot fluorescence technologies for monitoring toxins and pathogens.
This book contains 16 chapters. In the first part, there are 8 chapters describing new materials and analytic methods. These materials include chapters on gold nanoparticles and Sol-Gel metal oxides, nanocomposites with carbon nanotubes, methods of evaluation by depth sensing, and other methods. The second part contains 3 chapters featuring new materials with unique properties including optical non-linearities, new materials based on pulp fibers, and the properties of nano-filled polymers. The last part contains 5 chapters with applications of new materials for medical devices, anodes for lithium batteries, electroceramics, phase change materials and matrix active nanoparticles.
The focus in this book is on cutting-edge science and technology of Nanocrystals. "Nanocrystal" is expected to lead to the creation of new materials with revolutionary properties and functions. It will open up fresh possibilities for the solution to the environmental problems and energy problems. We wish that this book contributes to bequeath a beautiful environment and valuable resources to subsequent generations.
This book contains a number of latest research developments on nanocrystals. It is a promising new research area that has received a lot of attention in recent years. Here you will find interesting reports on cutting-edge science and technology related to synthesis, morphology control, self-assembly and application of nanocrystals.
This book is a result of contributions of experts from international scientific community working in different areas and types of nanofibers. The book thoroughly covers latest topics on different varieties of nanofibers. It provides an up-to-date insightful coverage to the synthesis, characterization, functional properties and potential device applications of nanofibers in specialized areas.
Probably the leading team that is driving forward the work on nanogenerators for converting mechanical energy into electricity is Zhong Lin Wang's group at Georgia Tech. So far, we have covered their exciting work in at least half a dozen Nanowerk Spotlights about nanopiezotronics and nanogenerators. To provide a comprehensive and coherent review about the development of nanogeneratos, Wang, Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for Nanostructure Characterization, has organized this book mainly based on our published papers to provide a coherent coverage about the nanogenerators from fundamental materials, basic physics principles and theory, scientific approach, engineering-scale up and technological applications, so that readers can get a full picture about the development of this technology. The entire 139-page book is composed of 11 chapters with hundreds of figures.