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With the overriding aim of advancing technology and improving health care, Nano Reviews & Experiments now publishes Research Communications, Review Articles, and Perspectives in all areas of nanoscience, nanotechnology, nanobiotechnology, and single-molecules - from basic science to applied aspects of chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, and engineering. These types of papers are all peer reviewed by experts in the field.
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- Alexander Seifalian - Editor-in-Chief, UCL Centre for Nanotechnology & Regenerative Medicine, UK
- Russ Algar – North American Editor (Nanobiotechnology), Canada
- Constance Jeffery – Biochemistry of Nanosystems Section Editor, USA
- T. Pradeep – Metal Nanomaterials Section Editor, India
- Jau Tang – Theory of Nanomaterials Section Editor, Taiwan, P R China
- H Peter Lu – Chemistry and Biophysics of Single-molecules Section Editor, USA
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