ACS Nanotation is a community-driven multimedia forum spearheaded by ACS Nano Editor-in-Chief Paul Weiss and presented by ACS Publications. It is the premier destination for nanoscience and nanotechnology news, highlights, and community. Recently, the forum consisted of only a Facebook page by the same name, as well as the @ACSNanotation, @ACSNano and @NanoLetters Twitter feeds.
But now, ACS Nanotation also has its own video playlist available via the American Chemical Society channel on YouTube. More than 8,000 people are already subscribed to the channel, and now a growing playlist of short nanoscience and nanotechnology related videos has been added to the collection.
Twelve author-submitted videos have already been added to the playlist. In them, authors of top papers published in ACS Nano explain their research, including the motivation behind the work, major findings, impacts on related disciplines, challenges they overcame, and more. Nanoscience researchers, students, and enthusiasts in the field can enjoy featured research papers including:
- Detecting and Number Counting of Single Engineered Nanoparticles by Digital Particle Polymerase Chain Reaction presented by Daniela Paunescu
- Two-Dimensional, Ordered, Double Transition Metals Carbides (MXenes) presented by Babak Anasor
- High-Density 2D Homo- and Hetero- Plasmonic Dimers with Universal Sub-10-nm Gaps presented by Mingliang Zhang
Subscribe to the ACS Nanotation playlist on YouTube and don’t forget to give a “thumbs-up” to the ones you find insightful.