With 4 issues per year, Letters in Applied NanoBioScience is a platinum open access journal that publishes papers covering the structure, properties and processes of nanoscale phenomena in biological and bioinspired structures and materials for a range of engineered systems. Submitted original research papers should represent a novel and important contribution to the understanding of any area at the frontier with Nano and Bio Science.
Letters in Applied NanoBioScience is a peer-reviewed international journal. By covering original research works in the extended field of bio and nanoscience, our journal is expected to increase our understanding of life at the cellular and molecular levels. For this purpose, Letters in Applied NanoBioScience aims to encourage publications with an interdisciplinary approach.
Letters in Applied NanoBioScience publishes Original Research Papers and Reviews that provide comprehensive examination of topical areas in bio and nanomaterials, or biomedical research.
All contributions are published in English. Independent peer-review system guarantees that all studies appearing in Letters in Applied NanoBioScience will be of high standard. The journal’s scope is broad and includes the following areas :
- Nanomaterials in Biology, Medicine, Food, Environment and Agriculture
- Nanoparticles in Biology, Medicine, Food, Environment and Agriculture
- Nanosensors in Biology, Medicine, Food, Environment and Agriculture
- Nanomedicine: Diagnostics, Imaging, Therapy and Drug Development
- Micro- and Nanofluidics; Micro- & NanoElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS & NEMS)
- Pharmaceutical formulation
- Delivery and controlled-release systems for drugs, vaccines, and biopharmaceuticals
- Pharmaceutical process, engineering, biotechnology, and nanotechnology
- Devices, cells, molecular biology, and materials science related to drugs and drug delivery
- Drug targeting
- Drug design
- Nanoparticles, coatings and thin films, inorganic-organic hybrids and composites (i.e. MOFs), membranes, nano-alloys, quantum dots, self-assemblies, graphene, nanotubes, etc
- Synthesis of organic, inorganic, and hybrid nanomaterials
- Characterization of mesoscopic properties
- Modelling of nanomaterials and/or mesoscopic effects
- Any bio-application of new nanomaterials