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American Scientific Publishers Launch Journal of Nano Education (JNE)

The JOURNAL OF NANO EDUCATION (JNE) is a peer-reviewed international journal that aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in nanoscale science, technology, engineering and medical education. JNE will be published by American Scientific Publishers (http://www.aspbs.com/), who have established an international reputation for high quality publications in various fields of science, technology, engineering, computer science and medicine. The first ever published 10-volume Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (www.aspbs.com/enn) received the "2005 Best Reference Work Award" from the American Society for Engineering Education (USA) and also was selected as the "2005 Outstanding Academic Title" by the American Library Association (USA). The JOURNAL OF NANO EDUCATION (JNE) is a peer-reviewed international journal that aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in nanoscale science, technology, engineering and medical education. JNE will be published by American Scientific Publishers (http://www.aspbs.com/), who have established an international reputation for high quality publications in various fields of science, technology, engineering, computer science and medicine. The first ever published 10-volume Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (www.aspbs.com/enn) received the "2005 Best Reference Work Award" from the American Society for Engineering Education (USA) and also was selected as the "2005 Outstanding Academic Title" by the American Library Association (USA). JNE currently is soliciting manuscripts for review and publication consideration in its inaugural issue scheduled for 2007. Further details regarding the Aims & Scope of the Journal, Instructions for Authors, and composition of the JNE Editorial Board are available on the JNE website (http://www.aspbs.com/jne/). All manuscripts submitted for review and publication consideration must clearly demonstrate a focus on issues of teaching and learning associated with nanoscale science, technology, engineering and medicine. JNE also encourages the submission of manuscripts that explicitly demonstrate an emphasis on scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) pertinent to anoscale science, technology, engineering and medical education. Additionally, JNE especially is interested in soliciting scholarly manuscripts that address the development of a comprehensive knowledge base in nanoscale science, technology, engineering and medical education. The first issue of JNE will be freely available online. Please notify your colleagues in nanoscale science, technology, engineering and medical education about the launch of this important and timely new Journal, and please also consider submitting your work for possible publication in JNE. Additionally forthcoming is a book-length publication, NANOSCALE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION, edited by A. E. Sweeney and S. Seal (http://www.aspbs.com/jne/ or http://www.aspbs.com/nsee). The book includes Forewords by Nobel Laureate Professor Harold W. Kroto, and Dr. Mihail C. Roco, Chief Advisor for Nanotechnology at the U.S. National Science Foundation. Thirty-six (36) state-of-the-art chapters are featured in the book, addressing various aspects of nanoscale science and engineering education at the K-12, undergraduate, and graduate levels. Further details are available from American Scientific Publishers (http://www.aspbs.com/).
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