New region spotlight in Nanoscale Advances
Over the year, Nanoscale Advances has published quality research across the breadth of nanoscience and our authors and readers in Spain remain a core part of the journal community.
To showcase some of the great research being carried out in these countries we have selected some of the most popular articles from authors across Spain. A small selection are highlighted in this blog post, but click the button below to read the full collection. All articles are gold open access so they are free to read.
Copper(i) as a reducing agent for the synthesis of bimetallic PtCu catalytic nanoparticles
Adrian Fernandez-Lodeiro, Javier Fernandez Lodeiro, Noelia Losada-Garcia, Silvia Nuti, Jose Luis Capelo-Martinez, Jose M. Palomo and Carlos Lodeiro
Nanoscale Adv., 2023, 5, 4415-4423
Antibacterial lignin-based nanoparticles and their use in composite materials
A. Gala Morena, Tzanko Tzanov
Nanoscale Adv., 2022, 4, 4447-4469
Magnetic order and magnetic anisotropy in two-dimensional ilmenenes
R. H. Aguilera-del-Toro, M. Arruabarrena, A. Leonardoac and A. Ayuela
Nanoscale Adv., 2023, 5, 2813-2819
Nanoscale Advances is pleased to have prominent members of the nanoscience community in Spain acting as Advisory Board Members and Guest Editors:
- Lakshminarayana Polavarapu (University of Vigo)
- Maurizio Prato (CIC biomaGUNE, San Sebastián, Spain)
- Carlos A García-González (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
The Royal Society of Chemistry has arranged Read and Publish agreements with many institutes in Spain. As part of these agreements you may be entitled to publish your research gold open access at no cost or with a discount. Get in touch to find out more and find out if your institute is covered here.
Thank you for your support of the journal and we hope you will consider Nanoscale Advances for your next submission!