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Nanotechnology experts to gather in Singapore for 3rd Nano Today Conference
Date:12/3/2013

journals, and such is the demand from researchers to know where the science is going, that a conference such as this is both timely and uniquely placed to help the research community make sense of what is a dynamic and growing focus of research. I am very proud that Nano Today is sponsoring this successful conference as it makes its third appearance, and my thanks go to Jackie Ying and all of the IBN team for making this happen," said Deborah Logan, Publishing Director, Materials Science Journals, Elsevier.

The first Nano Today Conference was held in Singapore in 2009. Since then, the Nano Today Conference Series has established itself as a major forum for the international research community.

Nano Today is ranked the second most influential journal internationally in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology by Thomson Reuters (Journal Citation Reports, June 2013). Since successfully transitioning from a magazine to a journal format in 2009 under Professor Ying's leadership, Nano Today has recorded major increases in Impact Factor from 5.929 in 2007 to 17.689 in 2012. This latest impact factor rating also placed the journal #4 out of 239 journals in Materials Science (Multidisciplinary), and #5 out of 152 journals in Chemistry (Multidisciplinary), consolidating its position as a leading journal that serves a broad readership. Nano Today is also the only Asia-based journal among the top 5 journals in each list.

At each Nano Today conference, one outstanding scientist is recognized for his/her distinguished accomplishments and contributions to the advancement of nanotechnology with the Nano Today Award. This year, the Nano Today 2013 Award will be presented to Professor Younan Xia for his pioneering research in the field of nanostructured materials.

To support the participation of young researchers, 12 PhD students and postdoctoral fellows from 9 countries have been selected to r
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Contact: Elena Tan
elenatan@ibn.a-star.edu.sg
65-682-47032
Elsevier
Source:Eurekalert

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