Environmental Science: Nano is pleased to announce the launch of an Emerging Investigator Series, aimed at highlighting some of the best research being conducted by early career scientists in the field of environmental nanotechnology. This Series complements the Emerging Investigator Series in our sister journals, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology and Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, which are already providing early career environmental scientists with a high-quality, society platform to showcase their best research to a broad audience.
Articles published in the Series will be heavily advertised, including an interview with the lead author on our blog, highlighting in our table of contents alerts and further publicity. The Series is ongoing, with articles being published once they are accepted and collated online, meaning that there are no submission deadlines.
To be eligible for the Emerging Investigator Series you will need to have completed your PhD (or equivalent degree) within the last 10 years*, have in independent career and appear as corresponding author on the manuscript. If you are interested in contributing to the Series please contact the Editorial Office (email@example.com) and provide the following information:
- Your up-to-date CV (no longer than 2 pages), which should include a summary of education and career, a list of relevant publications, any notable awards, honours or professional activities in the field, and a website URL;
- A synopsis or abstract of the article intended to be submitted to the Series, including a tentative submission date. This can be an original research or review article. Please visit the journal website for more details on article types. All articles submitted to the journal for the Series will undergo the usual peer-review process.
Keep up to date with the latest papers added to this Series on our twitter feed (@EnvSciRSC) with the hashtags #EmergingInvestigators #ESNano
*Appropriate consideration will be given to those who have taken a career break or followed a different study path