New "Nano Letters" journal free through June 30

from the read-fast-or-pay dept.
Stan Hutchings brings to our attention that the new journal Nano Letters is free of charge through June 30, 2001. The editor writes: "This convergence of the top-down and bottom-up approaches at the nanometer scale marks the first time in history when it appears within reach to design a macroscopic functional material by controlling the composition of matter on every length scale from the atom up. Many important properties of materials are controlled or limited by behavior on the nanometer scale, and so there is great opportunity in this area [excellent understatement –CP]…While there is great excitement about the possibilities opening up before us, it is also clear that we should be cautious and patient. Many of the great things we as a community want to accomplish are very hard to do and will take a great deal of effort and perhaps also a great deal of time." First issue looks good, including work by Seeman and Montemagno.

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