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November 10th, 2009

Russian E-library The BookFund Signs Collaboration Agreement with World Scientific Publishing

Abstract:
World Scientific Publishing Company specializes in scientific literature with a worldwide readership. The company has established itself as one of the leading publishers in the scientific sector, and is the largest international scientific publisher in the Asia-Pacific region. Much of its literature is in the specialized areas of natural sciences, nanotechnologies and computer science. World Scientific also co-founded the London-based Imperial College Press (ICP) with London University's Imperial College. Nanotechnology and Nanoscience is one of the well-known subjects by ICP.

The choice to publish on Nanotechnology is motivated by the dynamic development of this research field in Russia. Attracting talented students to this field is among the primary goals. For this purpose Rosnano corporation holds young experts contests and grants and Moscow State University plans to build the Innovative Nanotechnologies Centre. Therefore there is an ever growing need for easy to access publications in this field.

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