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Journal of nanotechnology started as funding project

06-01-2010 03:12 PM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Beilstein-Institut

The Beilstein-Institut, a non-profit foundation, launches a scientific journal in the area of nanotechnology and nanoscience. The “Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology” is an Open Access Journal, which is globally available and publishes the latest research results and reviews. Publishing in this Journal is offered without any fees for authors and readers.
The call for papers starts on June 1, 2010. All scientists working in the area of nanotechnology are invited to submit their manuscripts.
The Editor-in-Chief is Professor Thomas Schimmel. He is supported by a distinguished board of Associate Editors, all of whom are responsible for a particular subject area. Prof. Schimmel is a physicist at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and director of its Institute of Nanotechnology.

The Beilstein-Institut, located in Frankfurt am Main in Germany, is the publisher of this Journal. The Beilstein-Institut also supports the joint project “NanoBiC”, a co-operation of several research institutes in Germany, and hosts the annual “Bozen Symposium”, which, this year, will address functional nanoscience.

Dr. Michael Penk
Tel.: +49 69 71 67 32 24
E-Mail: mpenk@beilstein-institut.de
Beilstein-Institut
Trakehner Str. 7-9
60487 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

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