Nano-Horizons will present African research perspectives and developments in nanotechnology while also adding significant innovative research outputs from the University of South Africa’s (Unisa) on our network, research which will also reflect UNISA’s engagement and main role as Africa Chair in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
The journal is currently accepting Mini Reviews, Articles, Short Communications, Reports, and Express Letters in topics related to Nanoscience and researchers interested in this topic can submit a paper to the journal directly through ScienceOpen. Stay up-to-date with Nano-Horizons, follow the collection and check their call for papers and guidelines for submissions on the collection page.
As a relatively new and highly interdisciplinary science, nanotechnology’s rapid development is assisting researchers in their understanding of other sciences, while also facilitating breakthrough technological developments that make our daily lives better, healthier, and safer.
Today, we want to highlight our content in Nanotechnology, with some new journal additions and exciting and innovative scholarly content coming in the next weeks.
If you understand terms such as pharmacokinetics, liquid chromatography and HPLC, we have a treat for you – a brand-new ScienceOpen featured collection on science methodology! ‘Methods by AKJournals’ launches the new partnership between ScienceOpen and Akadémiai Kiadó (AK) (see our Press Room for the announcement) as the first of five AK’s collections on ScienceOpen in the fields of psychology, life sciences and scientific methods. This collection brings together three AK’s interdisciplinary, now Open Access journals, with a special focus on microscopy/imaging, nanoscience and chemical analysis.