Make Your Mark, Mark Your Place: Contribute Your Research Output to the Nano Archive [an ICPC NanoNet Project]


TINC members are encouraged to deposit their post-publication research works into NanoNet's repository.

Through ICPC NanoNet's electronic archive of full-text publications and abstracts, your research papers, journal articles, theses, dissertations, projects, and other publications are made accessible worldwide to other collaborating researchers, scientists, scholars, students, libraries, universities, and institutions.

Members have access to fully searchable databases of collaborating nanoscientists from the EU and ICPC (International Cooperation Partner Countries) [China, India, Russia] and regions (Africa, Caribbean, Pacific, Asia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia
(EECA), Latin America, Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPC), Western
Balkan Countries (WBC). Members have ready, remote reach into other subject-based or institutional archives around the globe.

Powered and maintained by University of Southampton, the Nano Archive's digital distribution initiative is a host to materials already peer-reviewed, published, presented, released, or disclosed, This approach is not suitable for your patent-pending or patent-intended works, but it does allow for compliance of open access requirements to findings on certain research grants.

So, keep some, contribute some. Make your mark and mark your place in the continued unfolding of this still-nascent science of nano. Increase the range and the reach of your ideas by adding to the wealth of the Nano Archive knowledge-base. Download your work. Long after you're gone, some scientist, some researcher, somewhere will be uploading you, excavating your thoughts.

http://www.nanoarchive.org/information.html

http://www.icpc-nanonet.org/

Project Coordinator is Leslie Tobin lesley.tobin [at] nano.org.uk

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on June 4, 2010 at 5:01am
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