InTech's new Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Journal launched Giving A Fair Shake To Science

Rijeka, Croatia, June 28th, 2011- Today Open Access publisher InTech launches its new groundbreaking Journal, the Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Journal, FREE FOR ALL, available to access online and download free of charge, as well as submit material, no fee levied.


InTech, as an international leader in Open Access publishing, grants free access to cutting edge, peer reviewed research from the most prospective academics and scientists around the globe. Under the editorship of Dr. Paola Prete, the Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Journal covers red-hot developments and breakthroughs in nanoscale science and technology, featuring new insights, original research findings and case studies of innovative applications within this dynamic field.


The underlying vision of the Journal is clearly stated by Dr. Prete as follows, “The  primary goal of NMNT is to publish research manuscripts that include cutting-edge studies on nanoscale science and technology, bringing together the science and applications of nanoscale and nanostructured materials with an emphasis on the synthesis, processing, characterization, and applications of materials containing nanometric dimensions or nanostructures that enable novel/enhanced properties or functions.”


Aspiring to raise the stakes and push towards opening new research perspectives has proven to be just the right mood setter to work harder on conquering the first milestone and feed the audience with exceptional material right from the start. In fact, the first issue will feature one of the world's foremost solid state and materials chemists who has made immense breakthroughs in the nanomaterials field over the last two decades, scientist Prof. Dr. C.N.R. Rao. In his article Prof. Rao and co-workers focus on one  exciting, new and cutting-edge research area, also the subject of the last assigned Nobel Prize in Physics, the extremely fascinating two-dimension material  graphene. As Prof. Dr. C.N.R. Rao and co-workers point out in the article, “ Graphene has generated great sensation owing to its fascinating properties with possible potential applications”.


Also, being on the look out for all the latest research trends in the field, InTech enables the submission of compelling research material to be included in the journal. Under the model of FREE FOR ALL, no Article Processing Charges will be requested to authors and all submitted material will not be subjected to any fees.


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About InTech:

InTech, a leading multidisciplinary Open Access publisher, was founded in 2004 and it's headquarter is currently in Rijeka, Croatia. Since its establishment, InTech has rapidly expanded reaching the status of an internationally reputable OA publisher with 420+ books published and 2.5 million downloads up to 2010. The main subject areas covered are Engineering, Computer and Information Science, Medicine and Technology.

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