Journal of Green Nanotechnology is a unique, three-part journal focusing on
the important challenges and latest advances in the chemistry, physics, biology,
engineering, and other scientific aspects of green nanotechnology as well as on
their societal impact and the policies that have been or should be developed to
address them. This journal comprises three parts:
Journal of Green Nanotechnology: Physics and Chemistry: Articles present
work in chemistry and physics toward green nanoparticle production, characterization,
and their properties-all leading to green nanotechnology development.
These original articles and reviews present new green-nanotechnological processes
for the production of well-known nanoparticulate constructs that are in some
cases already in use.
Journal of Green Nanotechnology: Biomedicine: Articles address biocompatibility
and nanomedical applications of green nanotechnologies, including the development
of new medical diagnostic and therapeutic agents and biological sensors.
Journal of Green Nanotechnology: Materials Science and Engineering: Articles
explore the engineering challenges of green-nanotechnological processes and
applications, including the design and development of chemical sensors, smart
electronic materials, nanoscale robots, and medical devices.
In addition, the journals publish articles and commentaries on the societal
impacts of green nanotechnologies, including socioeconomic and regulatory impacts,
and perceptions of these among academics, policymakers, corporate decision makers,
and the public.