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"I would like to publish a review paper on nanomedicine... could anyone please suggest a free and fast publishing journal???"
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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
I am pursuing my final year B.Tech Biotechnology course work from Vellore Institute of Technology. My primary interest in nanotechnology is its biological applications like drug delivery of molecules and their administration by various other modes like transdermal patches and controlled osmotic pumps, biosensors. Also I believe that the anisotropic growth mode of nanostructure is anomalous, I sincerely believe that it is one of the techniques which could be applied to both bottom-up and top-down approach to obtain maximum efficiency from the fabricated nanostructures. I am specially interested in anisotropic growth mode as one of my project work resulted in giving an unusual HCP crystal lattice phase of silver.
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I am interested in training and acustomizing myself to theoretical and practical knowledge. I believe that my thirst for knowledge and academic recognition will probably require more than just learning theory. After B.TECH I would apply for a degree program with an emphasis on the practical hands-on research on the theoretical, as this will comprise a proper basis for my further employment in the sphere of nanotechnology based quality health care department. I would like to make a significant contribution to the scientific society by solving the burning issues of the society and proving that my ambitions are well grounded.
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My research works have been completed but are being reviewed by my esteemed professors under whom I had carried out the project, as we strictly believe that the data published should be of high quality and should not involve plagiarism. Being a student I must have publication by hook or crook but I am trying to inculcate Dr. C.N.R Rao sir's policy of quality research so that in future India could contribute atleast 1% to the world's quality research work scientific community.
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Vellore Institute of Technology, School of Biosciences and Technology.
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