"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2014" of The International NanoScience Community members

Dear Members,


next to the Nanotechnology Research Groups Database we are working on the "Hot Nanotechnology Papers" project at Nanopaprika, and we’d like to put up abstracts and links (official journal links) of your nanotechnology related articles. Share your science with 6160 members of The International NanoScience Community.


Please send following information’s to editor@nanopaprika.eu


Title of the paper:




Links to the paper (link to the journal webpage):


Please dont send pdf files, we can share only links! Waiting for papers only from 2012-2013.


We are waiting for "Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2013" links which would be useful for our colleagues. We want people who come to Nanopaprika site to benefit from your efforts. So please email us links and we will post them on The International NanoScience Community, and drive a little bit more traffic your way.

Thank you on behalf of the nanotech scientists of the spicy nanoworld!



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Comment by Dr. Praveen G on May 21, 2014 at 7:06am

Antimicrobial Drugs Encapsulated Fibrin Nanoparticles for treating Microbial Infested Wounds.

Maria AB *, Sudheesh Kumar PT *, Praveen G *, Raja Biswas, Krishna Prasad C,  Jayakumar R. (2014) Pharmaceutical Research 31 (5), 1338-1351,  doi:10.1007/s11095-013-1254-6 (*Equal first author contribution)

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Comment by TINC on May 3, 2014 at 8:56am
Its not a competition, we share fresh papers of our members time to time in our community

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Comment by Vishal Sharma on May 3, 2014 at 8:52am

what is the result of Hot Nanotechnology Paper 2014 please clarify

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Comment by Vishal Sharma on March 10, 2014 at 6:18pm


Please like my research paper by clicking on the link above

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