Nanoscale Horizons is delighted to announce its first Impact Factor is 9.391*.
We are delighted to see the support from the community over the last two years, contributing outstanding articles showcasing new concepts of exceptional significance to the nanoscience readership – thank you!
This first impressive Impact Factor of 9.391*, is a strong indication that Nanoscale Horizons is a leading journal within nanoscience & nanotechnology.
To celebrate we have selected a few recent articles and made these free to access until the end of August – we hope you enjoy reading them.
Far-field plasmonic coupling in 2-dimensional polycrystalline plasmonic arrays enables wide tunability with low-cost nanofabrication by Fusheng Zhao, Md Masud Parvez Arnob, Oussama Zenasni, Jingting Li and Wei-Chuan Shih
Size dependent surface reconstruction in detonation nanodiamonds by Shery L. Y. Chang, Christian Dwyer, Eiji Ōsawa and Amanda S. Barnard
Nanometric building blocks for robust multifunctional molecular junctions by David D. James, Akhtar Bayat, Scott R. Smith, Jean-Christophe Lacroix and Richard L. McCreery
pH-Triggered self-assembly and hydrogelation of cyclic peptide nanotubes confined in water micro-droplets by Alejandro Méndez-Ardoy, Juan R. Granja and Javier Montenegro
Visible light active nanofibrous membrane for antibacterial wound dressing by Shuai Jiang, Beatriz Chiyin Ma, Wei Huang, Anke Kaltbeitzel, Gönül Kizisavas, Daniel Crespy, Kai A. I. Zhang and Katharina Landfester
Read more of our latest articles here.
Nanoscale Horizons is a premier journal publishing first reports of exceptionally significant new concepts in nanoscience & nanotechnology.
It is part of the nanoscale family, which also includes Nanoscale (a high impact international journal, publishing high quality research across nanoscience & nanotechnology) and Nanoscale Advances (a new open access journal publishing important advances in nanoscience & nanotechnology).
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