Introducing our new Advisory Board members

Introducing the new members of the Nanoscale Horizons Advisory Board

Welcome to the team!

The Nanoscale Horizons Advisory Board consists of 50 expert scientists working across the breadth of nanoscience and nanotechnology. We are delighted to welcome the following new members.

Professor Uri BaninThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. The Banin lab study the chemistry, physics and application of nanocrystals. A special focus is given to semiconductor nanocrystals and to hybrid metal-semiconductor nanoparticles.
Professor Frank CarusoThe University of Melbourne, Australia. The Caruso lab research interests focus on developing advanced nano- and biomaterials for biotechnology and medicine.
Professor Paola CeroniUniversity of Bologna, Italy. The Ceroni lab research activity can be placed in the field of photochemistry of supramolecular systems and photoactive nanocrystals for imaging and energy conversion (luminescent solar concentrators, artificial photosynthesis and photocatalysis).
Professor Shuai DongSoutheast University, China. The Dong lab research is related to electronic physics and materials, including multiferroic oxide, magnetoelectric coupling effect; related electronic heterojunction, field effect device; new energy materials; superconducting materials.
Professor Laura FabrisRutgers University, USA. The Fabris lab works on integrating novel nanomaterials chemistry and characterization approaches to computational tools for the design of new plasmonic nanoparticles, with biology and medicine applications.
Dr David LeongNational University of Singapore, Singapore. The Leong lab is interested in discovering novel nano-biology of nanomaterials.
Professor Paul MulvaneyUniversity of Melbourne, Australia. The Mulvaney lab is interested in the optical properties of single quantum dots, surface plasmon spectroscopy of single metal particles, nanocrystal based electronics, nanomechanics and solar energy conversion.
Professor Ester SegalTechnion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel. The Segal lab is interested in nanostructured materials such as porous silicon and their interface with soft matter e.g. hydrogels, biomolecules, and living cells.
Professor Sharon WeissVanderbilt University, USA. The Weiss group engages in research involving photonics, optoelectronics, nanoscience and technology, and material interfaces.
Professor Stefan ZauscherDuke University, USA. The Zauscher lab research lies at the intersection of surface and colloid science, polymer materials engineering, and biointerface science.

Check out a selection of the nanoscience research carried out by the Advisory Board and published in the nanoscale journal family

Advisory Board research selection

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Outstanding Reviewers for Nanoscale Horizons in 2019

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We would like to highlight the Outstanding Reviewers for Nanoscale Horizons in 2019, as selected by the editorial team, for their significant contribution to the journal. The reviewers have been chosen based on the number, timeliness and quality of the reports completed over the last 12 months.

We would like to say a big thank you to those individuals listed here as well as to all of the reviewers that have supported the journal. Each Outstanding Reviewer will receive a certificate to give recognition for their significant contribution.

 

Dr Wojciech Chrzanowski, The University of Sydney, ORCID: 0000-0001-8050-8821

Dr Rawil F Fakhrullin, Kazan (Idel Buye) Federal University, ORCID: 0000-0003-2015-7649

Dr Sokrates T Pantelides, Vanderbilt University, ORCID: 0000-0002-2963-7545

Dr Emilio M Perez, Fundacion IMDEA Nanociencia, ORCID: 0000-0002-8739-2777

Dr Michael J Sailor, University of California San Diego, ORCID: 0000-0002-4809-9826

Dr Evan Scott, Northwestern University, ORCID: 0000-0002-8945-2892

Dr V. Prasad Shastri, University of Freiburg, ORCID: 0000-0001-5125-9678

Dr Sara Skrabalak, Indiana University Bloomington, ORCID: 0000-0002-1873-100X

Dr Takayuki Uchihashi, Nagoya University, ORCID: 0000-0002-0263-5312

Dr Jianfang Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, ORCID: 0000-0002-2467-8751

 

We would also like to thank the Nanoscale Horizons board and the nanoscience community for their continued support of the journal, as authors, reviewers and readers.

 

If you would like to become a reviewer for our journal, just email us with details of your research interests and an up-to-date CV or résumé. You can find more details in our author and reviewer resource centre

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Materials Horizons & Nanoscale Horizons Community Boards

Call for Nominations

General information

The purpose of the Community Board for both Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons is to provide a channel for communication between the materials and nanoscience student and early career researcher community and the journals’ Executive Editor and Editorial Boards, and also to facilitate student and postdoctoral (or equivalent) engagement with Materials Horizonand Nanoscale Horizons. We are looking for engaged and interested early career researchers who will see this as an opportunity to assist in the development of an innovative journal, from a learned society publisher, in rapidly expanding areas of science. We are inviting nominations for both journals at this time, please do feel free to state a preference of journal in your nomination, however this is not mandatory and each nomination will be assessed for suitability for both Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons Community Boards.

Guidelines for Nominators

We are inviting nominations for both journals at this time, please do feel free to state a preference of journal in your nomination, however this is not mandatory and each nomination will be assessed for suitability for both Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons Community Boards.

  • Any Principle Investigator can nominate someone for the Community Board of either Materials Horizons or Nanoscale Horizons. Candidates must not nominate themselves.
  • Nominations are open to PhD candidates and active researchers who received their PhD (or equivalent degree, if applicable) no more than eight years prior to 1 November 2019. Appropriate consideration will be given to candidates from all research backgrounds (academic or industrial) and to those who have taken a career break or followed a different study path.

To make a nomination please provide the information outlined below to nanoscalehorizons-rsc@rsc.org.

  • The nominator’s name, affiliation, position and contact details
  • The candidate’s name, affiliation, research group, position and contact details
  • A supporting statement from the nominator (no more than 750 words) addressing the selection criteria (see below)
  • A short personal statement from the candidate describing what they will bring to the role in terms of advising and being an advocate for the journal. This must be no longer than 250 words.
  • An up-to-date CV for the candidate, including publication history (if any)

Selection criteria for Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons Community Boards

The Executive Editor and members of the Editorial Boards will consider the following aspects of all nominations for the Community Boards as appropriate:

  • Impact of research
  • Quality of publications and/or patents and/or software
  • Profile within institute and/or community
  • Service to the community

Materials and Nanoscale Horizons Community Board_FAQs

The deadline for submission of nominations is 27th January, 2020.

For more information about the journal and for a list of current Community Board members, please visit the journal webpage at: rsc.li/nanoscale-horizons

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Welcome Wenlong Cheng, Zhiyong Tang, Jinlan Wang – new Scientific Editors

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We are delighted to welcome three new Scientific Editors to Nanoscale Horizons! Their varied expertise will support us to better inform editorial decisions on Nanoscale Horizons.

 

Professor Wenlong Cheng

Monash University, Australia

Wenlong Cheng is a professor and director of research in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Monash University, Australia. He is also an Ambassador Tech Fellow in Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication. He earned his PhD from Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2005 and his BS from Jilin University, China in 1999. He held positions in the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics and the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering of Cornell University before joining the Monash University in 2010. His research interest focuses on the rational design and assembly of noble nanocrystals (particularly gold) for various applications in nanobioscience and nanobiotechnology, including DNA-based nanoassemblies, soft wearable electronic skin sensors, soft energy devices, targeted cancer theranostics, and soft plasmonic metamaterials.

 

Check out some of his recent articles:

High-adhesion vertically aligned gold nanowire stretchable electrodes via a thin-layer soft nailing strategy, Nanoscale Horiz., 2019

Site-specific Ag coating on concave Au nanoarrows by controlling the surfactant concentration, Nanoscale Horiz., 2019

A location- and sharpness-specific tactile electronic skin based on staircase-like nanowire patches, Nanoscale Horiz., 2018 – Nanoscale Horizons Outstanding Paper runner-up 2018

 

Professor Zhiyong Tang

National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China

Zhiyong is a Professor at the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology in China. He received his B.S. and M.S. from the Department of Environmental Chemistry at Wuhan University before receiving his PhD from the Changchu Institute of Applied Chemistry in Dr Erkang Wang’s group. Zhiyong was a research Fellow in the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Oklahoma State University and University of Michigan, respectively, working with Nicholas Kotov. He joined the National Center for Nanoscience and technology in 2008 and his research interests are centered on the fabrication and application of functional inorganic nanomaterials in the fields of energy and the environment.

Zhiyong joined the Nanoscale Horizons Editorial Board back in 2016 and is now increasing his involvement with the journal by taking on a Scientific Editor role.

 

Check out some of his recent articles:

Detecting electronic structure evolution of semiconductor nanocrystals by magnetic circular dichroism spectroscopy, Nanoscale, 2019

MOF-derived nitrogen-doped nanoporous carbon for electroreduction of CO2 to CO: the calcining temperature effect and the mechanism, Nanoscale, 2019

Interfacial coupling between noble metal nanoparticles and metal–organic frameworks for enhanced catalytic activity, Nanoscale, 2018

 

Professor Jinlan Wang

Southeast University, China

Jinlan Wang got her Ph. D from Department of Physics, Nanjing University, China in 2002. Then, she had three-year Postdoctoral experience at Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA. In 2006, she joined Southeast University in China as a full professor and developed the computational physics and chemistry group. She is currently a distinguished professor of Southeast University. She has published over 200 papers in high-impact journals and was the recipient of the Distinguished Young Scholars award of National Science Foundation of China (2015). Her current research interest mainly focuses on computational studies and the design of two-dimensional materials and clean energy materials. Involved techniques range from machine learning to classical molecular dynamics to different level first-principles methods.

 

Check out some of her recent articles:

High Curie temperature and intrinsic ferromagnetic half-metallicity in two-dimensional Cr3X4 (X = S, Se, Te) nanosheets, Nanoscale Horiz., 2019

MnX (X = P, As) monolayers: a new type of two-dimensional intrinsic room temperature ferromagnetic half-metallic material with large magnetic anisotropy, Nanoscale, 2019

Copper(i) sulfide: a two-dimensional semiconductor with superior oxidation resistance and high carrier mobility, Nanoscale Horiz., 2019

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Horizons Community Board Collection – Advanced Energy Storage Technologies

New in 2019, we are delighted to continue a series of post-publication online article collections, led by our Community Board members across both Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons.

The Community Boards that support both Horizons journals aim to provide a platform for early career researchers to share their experiences and ideas on scientific publishing. Working together and sharing their unique expertise, our Community Board members have recommended several key topics where significant, rapid progress has been made in the last 2 years. They have selected top articles published in the Horizons journals to showcase the most important advances in each topic area.

 

Advanced Energy Storage Technologies

Vipin Kumar and Kai Zhu present the third Horizons Community Board Collection:

 

Horizons Community Board Collection – Advanced Energy Storage Technologies

 

The ever-increasing demand for energy has driven the development of energy-storage technologies to go beyond Li-ion batteries. As a consequence, a plethora of advanced energy storage technologies have emerged in recent years, for instance Li-S, Na-air, and Zn-air, as well as other flexible/wearable supercapacitors. Li-S batteries promise ultra-high energy density (e.g., many-fold higher than that of commercial Li-ion batteries), while the next-generation supercapacitors offer improved performance with additional functionality and could be a potential contender for future energy intensive applications.

This themed collection compiles recent research and review articles focused mainly on electrochemical energy storage using batteries, i.e., post Li-ion batteries, and flexible/wearable supercapacitors beyond H-ion and Li-ion. These reports show that the high performance energy storage solutions are urgently required to satisfy the growing demand for portable energy. We hope that this themed collection will provide valuable information to the readers, and could help to drive future developments in the field of energy storage.

Vipin Kumar and Kai Zhu

Guest Editors

 

Materials Horizons Community Board member Dr Vipin Kumar received his PhD in Materials Science from School of Materials Science and Engineering in NTU Singapore in 2016. He then worked as a research fellow from 2016 to 2017 in NTU Singapore. He was awarded Inspire Faculty Award, from Department of Science & Technology (DST) India in 2017. He moved to Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR) Singapore in 2017, and worked as a Scientist for nearly 2 years. He is currently working as Assistant Professor in Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar (IIT BBS), India. He has contributed in various research projects, including electrochemical energy storage using oxide-nanomaterials, miniaturized gas sensors devices based on nanowires and nanosheets assembly, and alkali metal anodes for high performance batteries. His current research interests lie in electrochemical energy storage using metal-sulfur batteries (e.g., Na-S), and flexible and stretchable chemical vapour sensors based on layered materials for environmental applications.

 

Materials Horizons Community Board member Dr Kai Zhu received his Ph.D. from Jilin University, China and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan in 2016. At present, he is an Assistant Professor at College of Material Science and Chemical Engineering, Harbin Engineering University. His research interests mainly focus on design and synthesis of advanced materials for electrochemical energy storage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

We hope you enjoy reading this collection.

See our other Horizons Community Board Collections:

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17th International Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium

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The 17th International Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium (NanoDDS’19) will be held on the MIT campus September 22-24, 2019. We anticipate accommodating >400 participants from around the world. This symposium will particularly focus on translation medicine, and will be featuring speakers from both biotech industry and academia.

 

Co-Chairs

Daniel Anderson
Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering and Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Qiaobing Xu
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tufts University

 

Registration

Standard Registration Deadline: September 15, 2019

Registration link: https://cvent.me/Ro3YR

 

Visit the conference website for further details https://www.nanodds2019.org/index.html

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Nanoscale Horizons 2018 Outstanding Paper awards

Nanoscale Horizons publishes exceptionally high quality, innovative nanoscience from top researchers in the field. From this year onwards, we would like to take the opportunity to recognize some of the outstanding work published in the journal, as well as the authors behind those articles, by annually awarding an Outstanding Paper prize.

We would like to introduce you to the winners of the 2018 Outstanding Paper awards and hope that you enjoy reading their outstanding articles as much as we did. Read the collection here and meet the authors of the Nanoscale Horizons winning paper and runner-up in this Editorial article.

Please join us in congratulating our winners.

Selection Criteria

In order to choose the most outstanding papers of 2018, we put together a shortlist of articles published during the year based on the science presented and the article metrics including average article downloads and citations, and Altmetrics. The shortlist was reviewed by the journal’s Editorial and Advisory Board members. Based on this, and on the high quality of content we published throughout the year, we have chosen to award not only our most Outstanding Paper, but also a runner-up and an Outstanding Review in 2018.

Nanoscale Horizons Outstanding Paper 2018:

None of us is the same as all of us: resolving the heterogeneity of extracellular vesicles using single-vesicle, nanoscale characterization with resonance enhanced atomic force microscope infrared spectroscopy (AFM-IR)

Sally Yunsun Kim, Dipesh Khanal, Priyanka Tharkar, Bill Kalionis and Wojciech Chrzanowski*

DOI: 10.1039/C8NH00048D

In this paper, the authors propose an innovative approach using resonance enhanced atomic force microscope infrared spectroscopy to identify the nanoscale structural composition of extracellular vesicles (EVs). The particular strength of this methodology is that it is a label-free and ultra-high sensitivity technique that has the power to measure individual EV heterogeneity. New insights gained by this method into EV heterogeneity will have a profound impact not only on basic understanding of EV biology but also on disease diagnostics and the emerging area of EV-therapies.

Nanoscale Horizons Outstanding Paper runner-up 2018:

A location- and sharpness-specific tactile electronic skin based on staircase-like nanowire patches

Shu GongYan Wang, Lim Wei Yap, Yunzhi Ling, Yunmeng Zhao, Dashen Dong, Qianqian Shi, Yiyi Liu, Hemayet Uddin and Wenlong Cheng*

DOI: 10.1039/C8NH00125A

The article reports on a tactile electronic skin sensor based on staircase-like vertically aligned gold nanowires. With a back-to-back linear or spiral assembly of two staircase structures into a single sensor, the authors were able to recognize pressure in a highly location-specific manner for both non-stretched and stretched states opening up a new route to highly specific second-skin-like tactile sensors for wearable sensing applications.

Nanoscale Horizons Outstanding Review 2018:

Multifunctional nanozymes: enzyme-like catalytic activity combined with magnetism and surface plasmon resonance

Jiangjiexing Wu, Sirong Li and Hui Wei*

DOI: 10.1039/C8NH00070K

The review highlights the progress in the field of nanozymes based on two representative types of multifunctional nanozyme – iron oxide nanomaterials with magnetic properties and metal nanomaterials with surface plasmon resonance – including current and future applications as well as challenges.

 

Last but not least, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the authors who have trusted us with publishing their work in Nanoscale Horizons over the last years.

Professor Harold Craighead, Editorial Board Chair

Dr Michaela Mühlberg, Managing Editor

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2019 Alberta Nanosymposium: congratulations to the prize winners

The 6th Annual Alberta NANO Reseach Symposium took place 2 – 3 May 2019. The theme this year was NaNoTeCH: celebrating the periodic table, and keynote talks were presented by Dr Shirley Tang, University of Waterloo, and Dr Robert Carpick, University of Pennsylvania.

Congratulations to the two winners of the Poster Awards that were presented during the meeting!

Taylor Lynk was awarded the Chemical Science Poster Award.

Nidhika Bhoria was awarded the Nanoscale Horizons Poster Award.

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Horizons Community Board Collection – Emerging 2D Materials for Energy and Electronics Applications

New in 2019, we are delighted to continue a series of post-publication online article collections, led by our Community Board members across both Materials Horizons and Nanoscale Horizons.

The Community Boards that support both Horizons journals aim to provide a platform for early career researchers to share their experiences and ideas on scientific publishing. Working together and sharing their unique expertise, our Community Board members have recommended several key topics where significant, rapid progress has been made in the last 2 years. They have selected top articles published in the Horizons journals to showcase the most important advances in each topic area.

 

Emerging 2D Materials for Energy and Electronics Applications

Li Li, Tianyi Ma, and Nan Zhang present the second Horizons Community Board Collection:

 

Horizons Community Board Collection – Emerging 2D Materials for Energy and Electronics Applications

 

“2D nanomaterials, including carbon-based materials, metal, metal oxide (sulfide), and black phosphorus (BP) et al., have aroused extensive interests in energy and electronics applications due to their attractive structure-dependent properties.

In this themed collection, we are compiling some noteworthy articles focused on sensors, lithium-ion batteries, supercapacitors, photo(electro)catalysis, photodetector, electronics and optoelectronics. As typical 2D carbon materials, graphene and doping graphene exhibit high performance in these fields, as indicated by Li et al. (DOI: 10.1039/C6MH00587J) and Chua et al. (DOI: 10.1039/C7MH00068E) in their research works published in Materials Horizons. 2D metal and metal sulfide materials as illustrated through the research works of Chen et al. (DOI: 10.1039/C7NH00091J) and Li et al. (DOI: 10.1039/C8NH00419F) have shown two-dimensional geometric structure together with unique physical properties, which make the material quite a promising candidate for applications in electronics and optoelectronics. Lou et al. (DOI: 10.1039/C3MH00077J) provided an effective approach with SnO2 nanosheets to increase the energy density of the integrated electrodes. A review article about 2D BP published by Zhou et al. (DOI: 10.1039/C6MH00358C) summarized the recent developments in the study of BP, which covered the state-of-the-art synthesis methods for preparing single-layer or few-layer BP, the recent advances in characterizing its electronic, optical and mechanical properties, and the reported functional devices utilizing such properties. Since these research works show that these emerging 2D materials have excellent performance and prospect, it will be important to see how they enrich the future of energy and electronics applications.

We hope that readers will obtain valuable information from this themed collection.”

Li Li, Tianyi Ma, and Nan Zhang

Guest Editors

Nanoscale Horizons Community Board Member Dr Li Li received his Ph.D. degree from Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in 2012 and finished his two-year postdoc work in Cornell University in 2014. His current research interests include advanced nanomaterials fabrication technology and its applications for energy storage/conversion. He was awarded with 2015 TMS Yong Leader Professional Development Award and serves in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Nanoscale Horizons Community Board and Editorial Board of Metallurgical and Materials Transactions.

 

 

 

 

 

Materials Horizons Community Board member Dr Tianyi Ma received his PhD in Physical Chemistry in 2013 from Nankai University, China. Then he worked as a postdoctoral research fellow from 2013 to 2014 in University of Adelaide, Australia. He was awarded Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) in 2015, and continued independent research on the rational design of nanostructured materials with a large variety of components from carbons, metals, metal oxides, organic polymers, to metal–organic frameworks. He is currently a lecturer in Discipline of Chemistry, University of Newcastle. His current interest lies on the energy and environment related applications of functional materials including catalysis, adsorption and separation, and energy conversion and storage. He authored more than 100 peer review journal articles in this area with an h-index of 39.

 

 

 

Materials Horizons Community Board member Professor Nan Zhang received her PhD degree in Inorganic Chemistry in 2016 at the State Key Laboratory of Photocatalysis on Energy and Environment, Fuzhou University, China. Then she worked as a postdoctoral research fellow from 2016 to 2017 at National University of Singapore. She was supported by the National Postdoctoral Program for Innovative Talents in 2017 and worked on the optical property optimization of nanostructured metal materials toward the applications in photocatalysis. She is currently a full professor working at College of Materials Science and Engineering, Hunan University, China. Her main research interests include the fabrication of carbon-based composites and metal nanostructures with scattering-mediated optical response for solar energy conversion.

 

 

 

We hope you enjoy reading this collection.

See our other Horizons Community Board Collection: Nanobiomedicine here.

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Update on the nanoscale journal family, 2019

Here’s a quick update on the nanoscale journal family to let you know how we are doing and what to look out for later in 2019.

Following our first (partial) impact factor last year, we are pleased to announce that our first full impact factor is 9.095*!

Other news from 2019:

 

We are celebrating our 10th Anniversary this year!

Look out for our celebrations at ChinaNANO 2019. In the meantime, why not have a read of these collections highlighting the most highly cited articles published in Nanoscale since we launched in 2009, as well as recent articles by some of our most prolific authors.

Other news from 2019:

  • Our latest impact factor is 6.970*.
  • Chunying Chen, Dong Ha Kim, and Umesh Waghmare were appointed as Associate Editors.
  • We’ve been publishing guest edited online themed collections:
    • Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals, guest edited by Lakshminarayana Polavarapu, Qiao Zhang, and Roman Krahne.
    • Nanocarbons, guest edited by Nianjun Yang, Dai-Wen Pang, and Yasuaki Einaga.
    • Still to come…10th Anniversary Special Issue in October 2019, guest edited by Chunli Bai, Markus Niederberger, Francesco Stellacci, and Dirk Guldi.

 

We’ve published our first issues and we are delighted to see such a great response from the community. Thank you for supporting the Royal Society of Chemistry’s first journal to be Gold Open Access from launch!

Other news from 2019:

  • We’ve collated the Most Popular Articles published in the journal so far in an online article collection.
  • The journal has been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), and has also been accepted for inclusion in Scopus and the Emerging Sources Index in Web of Science, Clarivate Analytics.

 

Come and meet us

Members of the Editorial Team will be attending the following conferences in the coming months. Get in touch if you want to arrange a meeting, or just come over and say hello! You can also keep up to date on where the Editorial Team and our Associate Editors will be by following us on Twitter.

Get in touch if you have any feedback on the nanoscale journal family: we would love to hear from you so email us at nanoscale-rsc@rsc.org.

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