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November 24th, 2008

Nanotech journal doubles its frequency

Abstract:
Wiley-Blackwell is to double the publishing frequencies of its leading materials science journal Advanced Materials and its leading nanoscience journal Small in 2009. Advanced Materials is set to appear every week and Small every two weeks.

Dr. Peter Gregory, editor-in-chief of Advanced Materials, said: "Our authors want to see their latest results in print as soon as possible, and our readers want to have access to cutting-edge research without having to wait weeks for the next issue to appear,"

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