Aims and Scope
The Nanomaterials section of the journal Current Indian Science publishes full-length scientific literature, review/mini-reviews, letters, innovative high-quality research articles and thematic issues on fundamental and implemented research on nanomaterials. The Nanomaterials section publishes research articles, letters, reviews/mini-reviews reporting high-quality, cutting-edge developments across the nanomaterials community. The aim of the journal is to incorporate highly eminent studies from researchers, scientists and engineers under one roof integrating extensive scientific international readership. The scope of this section encompasses the experimental method, configuration, properties, characterization, and application in emerging fields of advanced nanomaterials and nanosystems.
Original research articles published in the journal must demonstrate new nanomaterials discoveries and/or methodological advances that represent a significant advancement in previously published work. Articles may be focused largely, but not exclusively, on contributors from around the world.
The journal places equal focus on publications from a wide range of sub-fields in the area. Works published in the journal feature a balanced mix of fundamental and experimental original research. Submissions in the following areas are of special interest to the readers of this journal:
Carbon-based nanoscale materials.
Hierarchical nanostructured and nanoporous materials
Nanobiotechnology NanocatalysisNanochips, Nanosensors and Nano-integration, Nanofluidics, NanomachiningNanocomposites and Ceramic materialsNanofabricationNanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and applicationsNanomedicineNanoopticsNanophotonics Nanorobotics, Nanotribology, and Novel Applications of Nanostructured MaterialsNanoscale Genomics, DNA Sequencing, Drug Delivery, Biomedical NanotechnologyNanoscience and NanotechnologySemiconductors and Nanoelectronics devicesSurface and Interface science in nanomaterialsSynthesis of Nanostructured Materials: Nanotubes, Nanorods, Molecular Wires, Molecular Nanotechnology