Great news: Environmental Science: Nano‘s Editorial Offices are now open!
Associate Editors James Hutchison (University of Oregon) and Gregory Lowry (Carnegie Mellon University) are welcoming submissions of high quality research on the interactions of nanomaterials with biological and environmental systems.
But what’s different about this journal?
Until now there has been no high impact society journal dedicated to publishing the latest findings on the interaction of nanomaterials with environmental and biological systems, which, as Editor-in-Chief Vicki Grassian puts it, ‘is an enormously important aspect of the development of sustainable nanotechnologies for improving human and environmental health’. Find out more about the scope
Why should you submit?
Environmental Science: Nano will be:
- High impact – only publishing the most novel and exciting advances
- A leader – the Editorial Board will drive scientific development, with the Associate Editors responsible for peer review and editorial decisions
- Interdisciplinary – connecting scientists working in a range of areas, including chemistry, earth sciences, engineering, ecotoxicology and nanoscience
- Internationally visible – free access to all content published during 2014 and 2015, guaranteeing maximum exposure
- Rapid – offering the speedy publication and excellent service for which the Royal Society of Chemistry is renowned
And unlike some other journals, Environmental Science: Nano has no page charges or page limits and it won’t charge you for using colour to enhance scientific understanding of your figures.
When should you submit? And how?
As soon as possible! Submit your manuscript via the website for the chance to be included in the high profile first issue.