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2017 GLOBAL NANOENERGY PRIZE announced!

NANO ENERGY SYSTEMS journal honours and recognizes international scientists who have shown, during the course of their professional career, outstanding achievements in the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology relating to “ENERGY”. This prize is set to become very popular and very prestigious amongst high calibre senior international scientists working in the Nano Energy field.

The 2017 GLOBAL NANOENERGY PRIZE winner is Professor Zhong Lin Wang from Georgia Tech, USA.

Professor Wang will receive his prize and give his award winning lecture at the 4th International Conference on Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials & Thin Films for Energy Applications (NANOENERGY-2017) to be held in Helsinki, Finland during 26-28 July 2017. For more details click here.


Date posted: December 16th, 2016


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New books available to download!

New books published by One Central Press

The new titles and the links where you can download them for free are:

NanobiotechnologyClick here to view and download chapters

NanomedicineClick here to view and download chapters

NanomagnetismClick here to view and download chapters

 

More books are on the way so keep a close eye on the website and our news!


Date posted: December 16th, 2014


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Publications free for ALL

At the beginning of April, Research Councils UK, a conduit through which the government transmits taxpayers’ money to academic researchers, changed the rules on how the results of studies it pays for are made public. From now on they will have to be published in journals that make them available free—preferably immediately, but certainly within a year.

In February the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy told federal agencies to make similar plans. A week before that, a bill which would require free access to government-financed research after six months had begun to wend its way through Congress. The European Union is moving in the same direction. So are charities. And SCOAP3, a consortium of particle-physics laboratories, libraries and funding agencies, is pressing all 12 of the field’s leading journals to make the 7,000 articles they publish each year free to read. For scientific publishers, it seems, the party may soon be over.

 

Click here to continue to read.


Date posted: May 10th, 2013