Thematic Issues – Call for Papers

The following thematic issues are currently open for submission. Please first inform the corresponding guest editor if you intend to submit a manuscript, including the title and article type (Review, Research Article or Letter) you wish to submit. Upon approval by the guest editor, you may submit your manuscript according to the instructions outlined on the Manuscript Submission page. Please include the title of the thematic issue and the corresponding guest editor in the cover letter.

Please note that we accept submissions in all other subfields of nanotechnology on a continuous basis for our regular Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology article stream. All thematic issue articles are held to the same standards as regular articles.


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Recent advances in synthesis and applications of organometallic nanomaterials

Thanh-Danh Nguyen, Bui The Huy and Trinh-Duy Nguyen

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Focused ion and electron beams for synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials

Aleksandra Szkudlarek, Ivo Utke, Katja Höflich, Gregor Hlawacek and Nico Klingner

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Nanoinformatics: spanning scales, systems and solutions

Iseult Lynch, Georgia Melagraki, Diego Martinez and Kunal Roy

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Advanced atomic force microscopy techniques V

Philipp Rahe, Ilko Bald, Nadine Hauptmann, Regina Hoffmann-Vogel, Harry Mönig, Michael Reichling

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When nanomedicines meet tropical diseases

Eder Lilia Romero, Fabio Rocha Formiga and Katrien Van Bocxlaer

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Micro- and nanofluidics for all: affordable, accessible, and open technologies

Vittorio Saggiomo, Maïwenn Kersaudy-Kerhoas, Tobias Wenzel and Mirela Alistar

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