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November 6th, 2007

ACS Launches Nanotation

Abstract:
Nanophiles now have another tool to help them keep up with the latest discoveries in "small" science and technology. The American Chemical Society's Publications Division has launched ACS Nanotation ( http://acsnanotation.org ), a new Web resource devoted to nanoscience and nanotechnology.

ACS Nanotation offers users a number of features for keeping up with what's happening in the nano world, according to Sarah B. Tegen, a senior acquisitions editor at ACS and one of the site's architects. A team of experts sifts through nanoscience and nanotechnology literature to compile the site's NanoPicks section, which highlights cutting-edge research in the field. An automated topic feed serves up relevant papers from ACS journals, including Nano Letters, the Journal of Physical Chemistry, Chemistry of Materials, Crystal Growth & Design, and ACS Nano.

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