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NANO TODAYEditor-in-ChiefJackie Y. YingInstitute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore
News and Opinions EditorCordelia SealyOxford, UK, E-mail: [email protected]
Managing EditorNoreena AbuBakarE-mail: [email protected]
Aims and ScopeNano Today is the international journal for researchers with interests across the whole of nanoscience and nanotechnology and is now covered by Thomson Scientifi c. Through its unique mixture of peer-reviewed articles, the latest research news, and information on key developments, Nano Today provides comprehensive coverage of this exciting and dynamic new fi eld.
Nano Today publishes original articles on all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Manuscripts of three types are considered: Review Articles that inform readers of the latest research and advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology, Rapid Communications that feature exciting research breakthroughs in the fi eld, and News and Opinions that comment on topical issues or express views on the developments in related fi elds. Contribu-tions include a variety of topics such as: • Synthesis and Self-Assembly of Nanostructured Materials and Films • Functionalization and Size-Dependent Properties of Nanocrystals, Quantum Dots and Nanowires • Processing and Templating of Nanotubes and Nanoporous Materials • Tailoring of Polymeric Nanoparticles, Organic-Inorganic Nanocomposites and Biohybrids • Fabrication of Nano and Micro Electro Mechanical Systems• Design and Engineering of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials • Nanosystems for Biological, Medical, Chemical, Catalytic, Energy and Environmental Applications • Nanodevices for Electronic, Photonic, Magnetic, Imaging, Diagnostic and Sensor Applications.
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Authors must adhere to the Guide for Authors, which can be found at: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/nanotoday.
Please consult the online guide before you begin to prepare your manuscript. Failure to adhere to the guide may result in delays in the processing of your submission.
Once you have prepared your manuscript, it should be submitted at the following website: http://ees.elsevier.com/nanotoday.
Referees, whose names are not normally disclosed to the authors, will study all contributions that the Editor-in-Chief deems to be of suffi cient signifi cance and interest to be sent for peer review. The criteria by which this initial assessment is made include relevance to the scope of the journal, the originality of the work and its signifi cance in the broad development of the fi eld.
Cover Image: SnCl4 was hydrolyzed to form Sn(OH)4 nano-fl owers induced by the enzyme in ethanol solution. The corresponding SnO2 nano-fl owers was generated via annealing from Sn(OH)4.
Image credit: Jie Sun, Wensheng Yang, State Key Laboratory of Chemical Resource Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, 15 Bei San Huan East Road, Beijing - 100029, China
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