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Is journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology?

Is journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology?

Journal for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (JNN) is an international and multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal with a wide-ranging coverage, consolidating research activities in all areas of nanoscience and nanotechnology into a single and unique reference source.

What is the difference between nanoscience and nanotechnology?

Nanoscience is a convergence of physics, materials science and biology, which deal with manipulation of materials at atomic and molecular scales; while nanotechnology is the ability to observe measure, manipulate, assemble, control, and manufacture matter at the nanometer scale.

What are negative affects of nanotechnology?

6.1 Can nanoparticles interact with living organisms?

  • 6.2 Which characteristics of nanoparticles are relevant for health effects?
  • 6.3 How can inhaled nanoparticles affect health?
  • 6.4 What are the health implications of nanoparticles used as drug carriers?
  • 6.5 How should harmful effects of nanoparticles be assessed?
  • Does journal impact factor really matter?

    Why does impact factor matter? The emphasis on journal impact factor is controversial within the scientific community. As discussed in Nature, this controversy stems from the concern that impact factor may not adequately capture journal quality or influence and could contribute to an “unhealthy research culture” aimed at improving impact factors.

    How do journals improve their impact factor?

    Identifying zero-cited papers. A percentage of articles may never be cited at all,but would still affect the Impact Factor calculation.

  • Publishing more review articles.
  • Publishing special issues or special collections.
  • Quantity and quality of articles.
  • Free access campaigns.
  • How do you find the impact factor of a journal?

    – After searching for your journal title (see above), from the journal profile page, click on the down-arrow under JCR YEAR: – From the menu, click on All Years: – Scroll down to see the table of data per year. The Journal Impact Factor is in the second column: