Why you should read Advanced journals

Advanced Materials and its family of journals publish world-class materials science.
From nanotechnology to energy, healthcare to graphene, they are a forum for some of the best research in the world today.

But don't just take our word for it - what do our authors think?

Franco Cacialli, University College London:

"I like to publish our best results in Advanced Materials because of the professional handling of our manuscripts, the high impact factor of the journal that gives our work a special visibility in the varied community working on advanced materials for functional applications, and, last but not least, the continued and friendly assistance by all the editorial staff that make the whole publishing process as smooth and enjoyable as possible."

Impact Factor: 10.857

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Zhong Lin Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology:

"Advanced Functional Materials is one of my top choices for publishing my high quality full articles. The reason why I like to publish in AFM is its wide readership. The papers are very well cited. The editors and staff are highly professional in processing the manuscripts. AFM has played an important role in advancing the field of materials and nanotechnology."

Impact Factor: 8.486

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Hua Zhang, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore:

"Small is one of my favorite journals for publishing my best papers as it presents a fantastic view of the SMALL world at the micro- and nanometer scale. It provides a BIG platform for scientists to publish their most advanced, high-impact research. I also value the fair, professional, and efficient processing of papers by the Small editorial team."

Impact Factor: 7.333

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Latest members of the Advanced journals family

Advanced Energy Materials

Coming in 2012:
Advanced Healthcare Materials

Advanced Energy Materials highlights the most exciting breakthroughs in energy-related research, including photovoltaics, batteries and supercapacitors, hydrogen generation and storage, fuel cells, thermoelectric and other current topics.


Advanced Healthcare Materials selects materials science papers aimed at promoting human health. Currently Advanced Healthcare Materials is a special focus section integrated in Advanced Materials.


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