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Nanoscale 2014 Impact Factor released

We are thrilled to announce that Nanoscale’s latest impact factor has risen to 7.394 according to the 2014 Journal Citation Reports ®.

Thank you to all of the authors and referees who have contributed to our journal. Special thanks goes to our dedicated team of Editorial Board members without whom our continued success would not have been possible.

We invite you to join your peers and submit your best work to Nanoscale today.

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Nanoscale’s 2013 Impact Factor released

c4nr90055cWe are thrilled to announce that Nanoscale‘s latest impact factor has risen to 6.739 according to the 2013 Journal Citation Reports ®.

Thank you to all of the authors and referees who have contributed to our journal. Special thanks goes to our Editorial and Advisory Board Members without whom our continued success would not have been possible.

Nanoscale has an international, community-spanning readership. We also have a team of dynamic and outstanding Associate Editors from diverse institutions around the world.

We invite you to submit your best work to our Editorial Office.

Read more about the 2013 Impact Factors from across RSC Publishing on the RSC Publishing Blog.

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Nanoscale’s latest Impact Factor: 6.23

We are delighted to announce that our Impact Factor* has risen to an impressive 6.23!

Nanoscale continues to attract work of the highest quality and impact; bridging the various disciplines involved with nanoscience and nanotechnology and disseminating the latest exciting research to its large, community-spanning international readership. We look forward to building on this success in the months and years ahead.

The Editorial Office thanks all our Board members, authors and readers for their support –  Nanoscale is your journal.

We welcome your future high-quality submissions to Nanoscale – submit your best research today.

*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper.  Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years.  Data based on 2012 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2013).

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Celebrating high impact research in Nanoscale

journal cover imageWe are delighted that Nanoscale’s 2011 Impact Factor is 5.914. This is an impressive rise from last year and demonstrates the outstanding research being published in the journal.

To celebrate, we would like to share with you some of the great reviews and original research articles we have published in Nanoscale which are free to access for a limited period.

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The Editors—Chunli Bai (CAS), Jie Liu (Duke University), Wei Lu (University of Michigan), Markus Niederberger (ETH Zurich), Francesco Stellacci (EPFL), Jianfang Wang (Hong Kong) and Xiao Cheng Zeng (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)—enforce very high standards for acceptance in Nanoscale. Articles must report extremely novel, very high quality work of broad general interest. We aspire to even higher quality and impact in future years.

Submit your best work to Nanoscale.

Read these excellent Nanoscale articles for free today:

Reviews

Graphene edges: a review of their fabrication and characterization
Xiaoting Jia, Jessica Campos-Delgado, Mauricio Terrones, Vincent Meunier and Mildred S. Dresselhaus
DOI: 10.1039/C0NR00600A

Recent progress on metal core@semiconductor shell nanocomposites as a promising type of photocatalyst
Nan Zhang, Siqi Liu and Yi-Jun Xu
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR00009A

Gold nanoparticles: preparation, properties, and applications in bionanotechnology
Yi-Cheun Yeh, Brian Creran and Vincent M. Rotello
DOI: 10.1039/C1NR11188D

Nanostructured metal oxide-based materials as advanced anodes for lithium-ion batteries
Hao Bin Wu, Jun Song Chen, Huey Hoon Hng and Xiong Wen (David) Lou
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11966H

Molding the flow of light on the nanoscale: from vortex nanogears to phase-operated plasmonic machinery
Svetlana V. Boriskina and Björn M. Reinhard
DOI: 10.1039/C1NR11406A

The role of nanomaterials in redox-based supercapacitors for next generation energy storage devices
Xin Zhao , Beatriz Mendoza Sánchez , Peter J. Dobson and Patrick S. Grant
DOI: 10.1039/C0NR00594K

Graphene: nanoscale processing and recent applications
László P. Biró , Péter Nemes-Incze and Philippe Lambin
DOI: 10.1039/C1NR11067E

Li ion battery materials with core–shell nanostructures
Liwei Su , Yu Jing and Zhen Zhou
DOI: 10.1039/C1NR10550G

Theranostic nanoplatforms for simultaneous cancer imaging and therapy: current approaches and future perspectives
Ki Young Choi , Gang Liu , Seulki Lee and Xiaoyuan Chen
DOI: 10.1039/C1NR11277E

Microwave chemistry for inorganic nanomaterials synthesis
Idalia Bilecka and Markus Niederberger
DOI: 10.1039/B9NR00377K

Original research

3D branched nanowire heterojunction photoelectrodes for high-efficiency solar water splitting and H2 generation
Ke Sun, Yi Jing, Chun Li, Xiaofeng Zhang, Ryan Aguinaldo, Alireza Kargar, Kristian Madsen, Khaleda Banu, Yuchun Zhou, Yoshio Bando, Zhaowei Liu and Deli Wang
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11952H

One-step seeded growth of Au nanoparticles with widely tunable sizes
Chuanbo Gao, John Vuong, Qiao Zhang, Yiding Liu and Yadong Yin
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR30300K

Graphene-based composite materials beneficial to wound healing
Bingan Lu, Ting Li, Haitao Zhao, Xiaodong Li, Caitian Gao, Shengxiang Zhang and Erqing Xie
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11958G

The effect of nanowire length and diameter on the properties of transparent, conducting nanowire films
Stephen M. Bergin, Yu-Hui Chen, Aaron R. Rathmell, Patrick Charbonneau, Zhi-Yuan Li and Benjamin J. Wiley
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR30126A

Graphene decoration with metal nanoparticles: Towards easy integration for sensing applications
Albert Gutés, Ben Hsia, Allen Sussman, Willi Mickelson, Alex Zettl, Carlo Carraro and Roya Maboudian
DOI: 10.1039/C1NR11537E

Graphene oxide modified TiO2 nanotube arrays: enhanced visible light photoelectrochemical properties
Peng Song, Xiaoyan Zhang, Mingxuan Sun, Xiaoli Cui and Yuehe Lin
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11938B

CdS/CdSe quantum dot co-sensitized graphene nanocomposites via polymer brush templated synthesis for potential photovoltaic applications
Junfeng Yan, Qian Ye, Xiaolong Wang, Bo Yu and Feng Zhou
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11893A

Surface charge of gold nanoparticles mediates mechanism of toxicity
Nicole M. Schaeublin, Laura K. Braydich-Stolle, Amanda M. Schrand, John M. Miller, Jim Hutchison, John J. Schlager and Saber M. Hussain
DOI: 10.1039/C0NR00478B

Facile synthesis of metal oxide/reduced graphene oxide hybrids with high lithium storage capacity and stable cyclability
Jixin Zhu, Ting Zhu, Xiaozhu Zhou, Yanyan Zhang, Xiong Wen Lou, Xiaodong Chen, Hua Zhang, Huey Hoon Hng and Qingyu Yan
DOI: 10.1039/C0NR00744G

A new ultrahigh-speed method for the preparation of nanofibers containing living cells: A bridge towards industrial bioengineering applications
Bingan Lu, Yongmin He, Huigao Duan, Yijie Zhang, Xiaodong Li, Chenquan Zhu and Erqing Xie
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11430E

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the ISACS9 Challenges in Nanoscience conference:

Challenges in Nanoscience (ISACS9) 31 August - 3 September 2012 . Xiamen, China

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New High Impact Factor for Nanoscale – 5.91

New citation data just released by Thomson ISI shows the latest (2011) Impact Factor of Nanoscale as 5.914.

This shows a big increase of over 40% from it’s first Impact Factor released last year, which is testament to the high-quality research published in Nanoscale.

Nanoscale continues to attract work of the highest quality and impact; bridging the various disciplines involved with nanoscience and nanotechnology and disseminating the latest exciting research to its large, community-spanning international readership. We look forward to building on this success in the months and years ahead.

The Editorial Office thanks all our Board members, authors and readers for their support –  Nanoscale is your journal.

We welcome your future high-quality submissions to Nanoscalesubmit your best research today.

Find out how RSC journals are ranked in the latest Impact Factor release.

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Nanoscale’s first official Impact Factor

New citation data just released by Thomson ISI* shows the first official Impact Factor of Nanoscale to be 4.11.

This great news demonstrates the journal has attracted and published some outstanding research since its launch and we look forward to building on this achievement in the months and years ahead.

Since its launch in late 2009, Nanoscale has quickly established itself as a platform for high-quality research which bridges the various disciplines involved with nanoscience and nanotechnology. Nanoscale continues to attract work of the highest quality and impact; disseminating the latest exciting research to its large, community-spanning international readership.

The Editorial Office thanks all our Board members, authors and readers for their support –  Nanoscale is your journal.

Find out more about RSC Publishing’s 2010 Impact Factors

*A technical error by Thomson ISI resulted in Nanoscale’s omission from the initial release of figures. The Journal Citation Report (JCR) will be corrected soon, but further information about Nanoscale’s Impact Factor can be found on the JCR Notices page.

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Nanoscale now listed in MEDLINE/PubMed

We are delighted to announce that Nanoscale is now listed in the prestigious MEDLINE abstracting / indexing service.

All articles published in Nanoscale (going back to the very first issue) are now included, and are searchable using PubMed. This will provide even greater visibility to the great research being published in the journal, particularly in the bio / medical communities.

Nanoscale is already fully-indexed in other leading databases, including Web of Science, and Scopus. ISI have confirmed Nanoscale will appear in the 2010 Journal Citation Report (and receive an official Impact Factor) – this will be published in June 2011.

Nanoscale publishes leading research in nanoscience and nanotechnology, including the areas of nanobiotechnology; bionanomaterials and nanomedicine.

Read some of the great work published so far in these areas:

Mechanised nanoparticles for drug delivery
Karla K. Cotí, Matthew E. Belowich, Monty Liong, Michael W. Ambrogio, Yuen A. Lau, Hussam A. Khatib, Jeffrey I. Zink, Niveen M. Khashab and J. Fraser Stoddart,
Nanoscale, 2009, 1, 16

Electrospun nanofibers for neural tissue engineering
Jingwei Xie, Matthew R. MacEwan, Andrea G. Schwartz and Younan Xia,
Nanoscale, 2010, 2, 35

Multimodal drug delivery using gold nanoparticles
Chae-kyu Kim, Partha Ghosh and Vincent M. Rotello
Nanoscale, 2009, 1, 61

Nanotechnology for in vitro neuroscience

Daniel R. Cooper and Jay L. Nadeau
Nanoscale, 2009, 1, 183

Nanoscale will also be publishing a themed issue in late 2010 on Surface Nanotechnology for Biological and Medical Applications. The Guest Editors are Darrell Irvine (MIT), Marcus Textor (ETH Zurich) and Xingyu Jiang (NCNST, Beijing). Sign-up to our contents e-alerts to receive this issue direct to your inbox.

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