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Friday, August 1, 2014

Impact Factor 2013 for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology


1. Nature Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2013 =  33.265 
2. Nano Today, Impact Factor 2013 = 18.432 
3. Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2013 = 15.409 
4. Nano Letters, Impact Factor 2013 = 12.940
5. ACS Nano, Impact Factor 2013 = 12.033
6. Advanced Functional Materials, Impact Factor 2013 = 10.439

7. Nano Energy Impact Factor 2013= 10.211 
8. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology Impact Factor 2013= 7.578 
9. Small, Impact Factor 2013 = 7.514
10. Nanotoxicology, Impact Factor 2013 = 7.336
11. Nano Research, Impact Factor 2013 = 6.963
12. Nanoscale,  Impact Factor 2013 = 6.739
13. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Impact Factor 2013 = 6.687
14. Biosensors & Bioelectronics,  Impact Factor 2013 = 6.451
15. Nanomedicine-Nanotechnology Biology and Medicine, Impact Factor 2013 = 5.978
16. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Impact Factor 2013 = 5.900
17. Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 20135.824 
18. Lab on a Chip,  Impact Factor 2013 = 5.748
19. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Impact Factor 20134.835  
20.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology,  Impact Factor 2013 = 4.239
21International Journal of Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2013 = 4.195 
22. Journal of Nanobiotechnology, Impact Factor 2013 = 4.078
23. Biomicrofluidics, Impact Factor 2013 = 3.771 
24. Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2013 = 3.672
25. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, Impact Factor 2013 = 3.209 
26. Scripta Materialia, Impact Factor 2013 = 2.968 
27. Science of Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2013 = 2.908    
28. Biomedical Microdevices, Impact Factor 2013 = 2.765
29. Plasmonics, Impact Factor 2013 =  2.738  
30. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Impact Factor 2013 = 2.665 
The 30 rank of journal impact factor 2013 in subject category of NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY comes from 2013 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Science Edition report.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Impact Factor 2012 for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology

1. Nature Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2012 =  31.170
2. Nano Today, Impact Factor 2012 = 17.689
3. Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2012 = 14.829
4. Nano Letters, Impact Factor 2012 = 13.025
5. ACS Nano, Impact Factor 2012 = 12.062
6. Advanced Functional Materials, Impact Factor 2012 = 9.765

7. Nanotoxicology,  Impact Factor 2012= 7.844  
8. Small, Impact Factor 2012 = 7.823  
9. Nano Research, Impact Factor 2012 = 7.392
10. Nanomedicine-Nanotechnology Biology and Medicine, Impact Factor 2012 = 6.930
11. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Impact Factor 2012 = 6.585
12. Nanoscale,  Impact Factor 2012 = 6.233

13. Lab on a Chip,  Impact Factor 2012 = 5.697
14.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology,  Impact Factor 2012 = 5.681 
15. Biosensors & Bioelectronics,  Impact Factor 2012 = 5.437
16. Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2012 =  5.260
17. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2012 = 5.256 
18. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Impact Factor 2012 = 5.008
19. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Impact Factor 20124.814 
20. Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2012 = 3.842   
21.
International Journal of Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2012 =  3.463 
22. Biomicrofluidics, Impact Factor 2012 = 3.385  
23. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, Impact Factor 2012 = 3.365  
24. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Impact Factor 2012 = 3.218
25.
Scripta Materialia, Impact Factor 2012 = 2.821   
26.
Biomedical Microdevices, Impact Factor 2012 = 2.718 
27. Nanoscale Research Letters, Impact Factor 2012 = 2.524 
28. Science of Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2012 = 2.509 
29. Plasmonics, Impact Factor 2012 =  2.425 
30. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2012 =  2.374   

The 30 rank of journal impact factor 2012 in subject categories of NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY comes from Journal Citation Reports (JCR) - Web Edition (2012) report.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Impact Factor 2011 for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology

1. Nature Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2011 =  27.270
2. Nano Today, Impact Factor 2011 = 15.355
3. Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2011 = 13.877
4. Nano Letters, Impact Factor 2011 = 13.198
5. ACS Nano, Impact Factor 2011 = 10.774
6. Advanced Functional Materials, Impact Factor 2011 = 10.179
7. Small, Impact Factor 2011 = 8.349 
8. Nano Research, Impact Factor 2011 = 6.970
9. Nanomedicine-Nanotechnology Biology and Medicine, Impact Factor 2011 = 6.692
10. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, Impact Factor 2011 = 6.213
11. Nanoscale,  Impact Factor 2011 = 5.914
12. Nanotoxicology,  Impact Factor 2011 = 5.758
13. Lab on a Chip,  Impact Factor 2011 = 5.670
14. Biosensors & Bioelectronics,  Impact Factor 2011 = 5.602
15. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology,  Impact Factor 2011 = 5.186
16. Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2011 =  5.055
17. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Impact Factor 2011 =  4.805
18. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Impact Factor 2011 = 4.525 
19. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2011 = 4.216
20. Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.979  
21. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.371
22. Biomicrofluidics, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.366   
23. Science of Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.308
24. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.287
25. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.285
26. International Journal of Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2011 =  3.130
27. Biomedical Microdevices, Impact Factor 2011 = 3.032
28. Plasmonics, Impact Factor 2011 =  2.989
29. Nanoscale Research Letters, Impact Factor 2011 = 2.726 
30. Scripta Materialia, Impact Factor 2011 = 2.699


The 30 rank of journal impact factor 2011 in subject categories of NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY comes from Journal Citation Reports (JCR) - Web Edition (2011) report.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Impact Factor 2010 for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology

1. Nature Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2010 = 30.306
2. Nano Letters, Impact Factor 2010 = 12.186
3. Nano Today, Impact Factor 2010 = 11.750
4. Advanced Materials, Impact Factor 2010 = 10.857 
5. ACS Nano, Impact Factor 2010 = 9.855
6. Advanced Functional Materials, Impact Factor 2010 = 8.486
7. Small, Impact Factor 2010 = 7.333 
8. Lab on a Chip, Impact Factor 2010 = 6.260
9. Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2010 = 6.202 
10. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, Impact Factor 2010 = 5.361
11. Nano Research, Impact Factor 2010 = 5.071
12. International Journal of Nanomedicine, Impact Factor 2010 = 4.976
13. Nanomedicine-Nanotechnology Biology and Medicine, Impact Factor 2010 =4.882
14. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Impact Factor 2010 = 4.520
15. Biomicrofluidics, Impact Factor 20010 = 3.896
16. Nanotoxicology, Impact Factor 20010 = 3.880
17. Nanotechnology, Impact Factor 2010 = 3.644
18. Plasmonics, Impact Factor 2010 = 3.526
19. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Impact Factor 2010 = 3.504
20. Biomedical Microdevices, Impact Factor 2010 = 3.386 

The 20 rank of journal impact factor 2010 in subject categories of NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY comes from Journal Citation Reports (JCR) - Web Edition (2010) report.


Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Nano for Food


Nanotechnology can offer some exciting potential benefits for the quality and safety of our foods. Top 10 Uses of NanoTechnology in Food are:

1. Contamination sensor: Flash a light to reveal the presence of E.coli bacteria.

2. Antimicrobial Packaging: Edible food films made with cinnamon or oregano oil, or nano particles of zinc, calcium other materials that kill bacteria.

3. Improved Food Storage: Nano-enhanced barrier keeps oxygen-sensitive foods fresher.

4. Enhanced Nutrient Delivery: Nano-encapsulating improves solubility of vitamins, antioxidants, healthy omega oils and other ‘nutraceuticals’.

5. Green Packaging: Nano-fibers made from lobster shells or organic corn are both antimicrobial and biodegradable.

6. Pesticide Reduction: A cloth saturated with nano fibers slowly releases pesticides, eliminating need for additional spraying and reducing chemical leakage into the water supply.

7. Tracking, Tracing, Brand Protection: Nanobarcodes can be created to tag individual products and trace outbreaks.

8. Texture: Food spreadability and stability improve with nano-sized crystals and lipids for better low-fat foods.

9. Flavor: Trick the tongue with bitter blockers or sweet and salty enhancers.

10. Bacteria Identification and Elimination: Nano carbohydrate particles bind with bacteria so they can be detected and eliminated.

From Website>> http://www.environmentalleader.com/2009/02/24/top-10-uses-of-nanotechnology-in-food/

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Silicon Chips in Living Cells

       Many people have ever seen the movie "Terminator". In near future, we may see a real hybrid human-robot on the street!!!



       Researches from Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona, Spain have demonstrated for the first time how to integrate nanoelectronics into living cells.  (Ref>> SMALL). At First, they  fabricated different batches of polysilicon chips (a typical semiconductor material) and then they selected one with lateral dimensions between of 1.5-3 µm and a thickness of 0.5 µm. It should be note that this dimension is much bigger than nano chip that using 22 nm process technology.  Cells for the study were taken from an amoeba (Dictyostelium discoideum) and human HeLa (stem cells from the famous Henrietta Lacks line). The chips were implanted using many techniques such as lipofection, phagocytosis, and microinjection. After inserting the chips into the live cells, the researchers made sure that the cells remained alive and healthy. They found that over 90% of the chip-containing containing HeLa cell population remained viable 7 days after lipofection. The main applications of this chips will be the study of individual cells. The technology could significantly aid early detection of diseases and new cellular repair mechanisms.
Ref>> http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=15292.php