Welcome to NanoScientific
With the devastating global impact of Covid-19, nanoscale research is propelling us towards a better understanding of ourselves and our relationship to matter. This new issue of NanoScientific covers some of the work happening at nanoscale research facilities worldwide, including new ways to combat Covid-19, innovative technologies to duplicate organs and organisms such as 3D and 4D printing, advanced electronics and artificial intelligence, and efficient energy sources and water remediation. The level of advancement in medical care, for example, has skyrocketed in recent times, where nanobots can even carry medicine through the bloodstream on bacteria cells. We will learn more about that in the next issue and on upcoming NanoScientific TV segments.
Stay tuned for the debut of NanoScientific TV, which will feature segments on nanopore characterization in oil and gas and in medical research, opening new doors of scientific discovery. We are excited to be able to highlight nanotechnology solutions that are addressing the world’s most pressing problems.
This year, our NanoScientific Symposiums will be in a virtual format, showcasing researchers who are pioneering medical breakthroughs, novel energy sources, cutting-edge sensors and electronics, and the newest nano topography tools that make all this research possible. Our NanoScientific Symposium for a Changing World is a virtual Ted Talk with a live theatre stage and a program with speakers to engage and entertain the audience. Join our conference and register or submit an abstract or poster at https://live.parksystems.com/nscw/
You may also submit your own abstract or PDF poster to present your research at the NanoScientific Symposium for a Changing World. We want to help share your research with our worldwide audience. This year, we will have cash prizes for the best research papers and best poster submissions. Apply now to claim your spot in this exciting event.