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Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research Highlights for Nano Korea 2020

Due to ongoing concerns about COVID-19, the 18th International Nano Technology Exhibition, Korea Nano 2020, will be a hybrid online and offline event, happening between July 1-3, 2020. The in-person portion of this premier global nanotechnology and nanoscience conference, which is sponsored by South Korea’s Ministry of Science & ICT and the Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy, will be held at the KINTEX Exhibition Center in Goyang.

Ahead of this important conference, please enjoy these recent highlighted research collections from selected ACS Publications journals that are focused on nanoscience and nanotechnology.

ACS Nano

Nano Research for COVID-19
The nanoscience and nanotechnology community can contribute significantly to the fight against COVID-19. Gathered here are some of the most recent articles, published in ACS Nano, that utilize nanoscience and nanotechnology to address this global challenge.

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has actively contributed to ACS Nano and the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology. In this Virtual Issue, you can find highlighted papers published in ACS Nano by KAIST researchers over the past 8 years.

ACS Applied Nano Materials

A New Era of Metal-Organic Framework Nanomaterials and Applications
This virtual issue highlights publications from ACS Applied Nano Materials on the topic of applied MOF-based nanomaterials research.

Spotlights and Reviews
Short on time and need a quick read? Explore the latest spotlight and review articles from ACS Applied Nano Materials.

Nano Letters

Viewpoints

These are invited, one-page opinion pieces intended to be forward-looking and highlight emerging focus areas that are beneficial to the nanoscience community.

Chasing Plasmons in Flatland

This virtual issue focuses on the most recent advances in the coupling between the field of plasmonics and 2D materials that were published in Nano Letters in the past decade.

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