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Chemist, Physicist, Biologist, Engineer, Doctor, Project coordinator, User of nanotechnology products, Nanotech Journalist, Blogger
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
NANO Communications INTERNATIONAL is an interdisciplinary nanotechnology journal, which is published by Erudite Scientific USA/Erudite Scientific Publishers which will cover the broad spectrum of science and technology research frontiers. We publish research findings in an open-access format. Other articles we publish include; nano communications, reviews, conference information, book reviews, and highlights.
We are publishing nano spotlights to encourage the young and dynamic Ph.D scholars/ Graduate students as well.
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Our NCI journal publishes communications in nanotechnology, news and views, mini reviews, reviews and NANO spotlights.
NANO Spotlights are mainly reported by graduate or Ph. D students on a specific issue.
For example, such as carbon nanotubes or grapheme preparation and its recent practical applications. Nano spotlight is more of compiling on a specific topic rather than a new findings of their own to generate an interest among the grad students, who will be the future leading nanotechnologists or thought leaders.
We are looking forward to your submission of the latest findings of your scientific research.
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http://eruditepublishers.org/index.php?journal=Nano
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