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China's first open-access journal Nano Research listed in Science Citation Index
Date:3/17/2010

Thomson ISI has announced that Nano Research, an English-language journal jointly published by Springer and Tsinghua University Press, is now listed in the Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCI-E). The academic journal, founded in July 2008, has been covered in the index from Volume 1, Issue 1. Nano Research is part of Springer's Chinese Library of Science, a collection comprising more than 90 journals.

Nano Research is an international, interdisciplinary journal which publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed, original research papers and review articles on nanometer scale material and nanotechnology. With an open access publishing model, Nano Research allows readers worldwide to download full articles via the online platform SpringerLink free of charge, thus enhancing rapid access to the journal.

Nano Research, featuring prompt review and timely publication, implements an online submission system. Furthermore, all articles are published electronically via Online First before they appear in print. The journal has gained support from many top scientists in the field of nanoscience and has attracted world-class contributors and reviewers from such renowned universities and research institutes as MIT, Stanford University and the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology. Articles contributed by Chinese mainland scientists account for 20 percent of the total articles published. Editors-in-chief are Dr. Dai Hongjie, professor at Stanford University in the US, and Dr. Xue Qikun, professor at Tsinghua University in China.

Dr. Dai said, "Nano Research is committed to publishing high-quality results and exciting new discoveries in nanoscience in the timeliest manner possible. We are determined to make a difference in publishing in these dynamic times, when nanoscience continues to rapidly develop and expand."

Junfeng Zong, President of Tsinghua University Press, said, "Nano Research
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