Nanotechnology and nanoscience are cross-disciplinary topics but they are now covered by one subject specialist at Copenhagen University Library.
In 2007 onward, the nano books are placed at the shelves marked "T" in the main hall at Nørre Allé 49. Older books on nanoscience (books published during the last 9 years), can be found on shelves marked Da, Dd, Kf, La, Lc and Od, but not only there! New nano books (2008ff) can be found by searching for nanoscience keywords in Rex and Primo.
This page presents a collection of the rescources the library has to offer - new books, available electronic rescources and links to Open Access journals and repositories on Nanoscience.
30. november 2010, E-jet printing: The first realistic approach to high-speed sub-micron functional printing (nanonews.tv). Read more.
30. november 2010, Graphene: Scientists figure out how to shatter the world's strongest material.
In 2008, experiments at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University established pure graphene, a single layer of graphite only one atom thick, as the strongest material known to mankind. This raised a question for Chris Marianetti, Assistant Professor in Columbia Engineering's Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics: how and why does graphene break? (physorg.com). Read more.
Nano Letters, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Langmuir, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Applied Physics Letters, Biophysical Journal, Crystal Growth and Design, Nanomedicine, Elements, Environmental Science and Technology, European Physical Journal C, Nature Nanotechnology, Physica E, Tetrahedron Letters
Open Access to Nanoscience
Journal of Nanobiotechnology
Nanotechnology, Science and Applications
Journal of Inorganic Materials
Nano Biomedicine and Engineering
The Open Chemical Physics Journal
Nanoscale Research Letters
Journal of Nanotechnology
Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine
Zhen Guo; Li Tan
Fundamentals and applications of nanomaterials 2009
A. V. Narlikar; Y. Y. Fu
The Oxford handbook of nanoscience and technology 2010
Samuel B. Jenkins
Nanoporous materials, types, properties, and uses cop. 2010
Sergey Edward Lyshevski
Molecular electronics, circuits, and processing platforms 2008
Principles of nanophotonics 2008