Welcome to NanoScientific
In this issue, we look into the COVID-19 testing and nano particle interactions through the lens of scientists researching the virus. We have articles examining the interaction between light, molecules and nano particles, and techniques and tools used in research labs detecting electrochemical reactions and nano infrared mapping. Wide-ranging applications of AFM in medical research show us the relevance of nano tools at the fingertips of scientists that uncover the mysteries once left only to speculation about cell biology.
We hope you enjoy this issue and also want to invite you to submit an abstract
for the NanoScientific Symposium on Nano Materials for a Changing World (see p. 26) where we invite speakers to present their research on various applications from electrochemistry for clean energy, biotechnology on virus and cancer research for saving lives, and other nanomaterial studies for supporting better life and improving the world.
If you are a researcher at a national lab or academic institution, we invite you to apply for a Park Nano Research Grant, which gives access to Atomic Force Microscopes to researchers setting up a lab.
We offer a sincere wish for your safety during this very challenging time and appreciate your support of our publication.