The venerable Beilstein Institut, best known for their database of organic chemistry compounds, has plans to create a new, fully open journal dedicated to nanotechnology. The journal will be fully open-access, and there will be no charge to submit an article. More at nanowerk:
The Beilstein-Institut, a non-profit foundation, launches a scientific journal in the area of nanotechnology and nanoscience. The “Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology” is an Open Access Journal, which is globally available and publishes the latest research results and reviews. Publishing in this Journal is offered without any fees for authors and readers. The call for papers starts on June 1, 2010. All scientists working in the area of nanotechnology are invited to submit their manuscripts.
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