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Academician Professor Claudio Nicolini

Editor-in-Chief NanoWorld Journal, from its origin on January 1 2015 in USA

  • President, Fondazione ELBA Nicolini_Bergamo-Italy_1993
  • Foreign Member Russian Academy of Sciences_2008
  • Honoris Causa Professor Nanobiotechnology & Biophysics, Lomonosov Moscow State University _2010
  • President and CEO NanoWorld High tech LLC, Tempe, Arizona (USA)_2017

Frequency: Quarterly

ISSN: 2379-1101 | IC Value 2020: 92.09

Abstracted/Indexed in: Scopus, CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service), SHERPA/RoMEO, Genamics, OCLC – WorldCat, J-Gate, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar and Electronic Journals Library

Special Issue: Recent Advances in Nanomedicine

Scope, Aims & Topics

NanoWorld Journal (NWJ) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, reviews, letters to editor, and technical notes on the solutions through Nanotechnology and Nanosciences to the problems facing the world in the key sectors of energy, environment, space, hardware and cancer in order to achieve significant progress with the involvement of overall society in a dedicated sixth section of the Journal. The scope of the NWJ is centered in the key sectors from which depends on human progress and survival, with the aims to enhance worldwide cooperation in Research and Development. NWJ aims to provide the highest coverage in the fields of Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine, Nanomaterials, Nanoenergy, Nanoparticles, Graphene, Cancer Nanotechnology, Nanotubes, Nanosensors, Nanotechnology Drug Delivery, etc., to help to overcome problems too frequently underestimated and growing from energy to environment and natural disasters, from cancer to hardware and space.

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Hematological Changes and Oxidative Stress Induction of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles in Male Mice after Intraperitoneal Injection of Different Doses for 28 Days: Study of Organ’s Responsibility

Khaled Y. Abdel-Halim, Safaa R. Osman, Mohamed A. F. Abuzeid and Alaa M. Khozimy
Titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO2NPs) are supposed to be the most widely engineered nanoparticles (NPs) that are used in the world. The study evaluated the toxicity of TiO2NPs (12 – 64 nm) in male mice by intraperitoneal injection at five doses of either control (0), 2.5, 5.0, 10.0, and 20.0 mg/kg of body weight for 28 d.

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A Review on Synthesis, Applications, Toxicity, Risk Assessment and Limitations of Plant Extracts Synthesized Silver Nanoparticles

Aditya Velidandi, Swati Dahariya, Ninian Prem Prashanth Pabbathi, Divakar Kalivarathan and Rama Raju Baadhe
The bio-fabrication of AgNPs using plant extracts as reducing, capping and stabilizing agents includes simpler, safer, less-toxic and energy efficient. AgNPs have been widely applied in numerous fields due to their bio-compatibility, multifunctionality, solubility, high stability, therapeutic and adhesive properties.

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Novel Carbyne Filled Carbon Nanotube – Polymer Nanocomposites

Nataliia Luhyna, Rafaila Rafique, Sadia Sagar Iqbal, Jibran Khaliq, Mohd Shahneel Saharudin, Jiacheng Wei, Quratulane Qadeer and Fawad Inam
The availability of carbyne in carbon nanotubes (CNTs) induces intrinsic stiffening and strengthening of CNTs, and is exploited for the very first time in this report to process epoxy nanocomposites with improved mechanical and electrical properties.

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NanoWorld Journal Review Process

Corresponding authors submitting the manuscript must explicitly indicate the specific area of expertise among the five ones published on our website under the Editorial Board by each of the two Associate Editors (AE) and if none of the five Associates is appropriate the author must indicate both under which one of six sectors of NWJ (Energy, Environment, Space, Hardware, Cancer, Science and Society as indicated on Scope and Aims) is falling his/her paper and under which one of the remaining Editorial Board Members (EBM) is falling the expertise for his/her submission. If none of the Editorial Board is indicated, the paper will be submitted by the Managing Editor (ME) to the Editor in Chief (EIC) along with a ranking based on four indicators, namely the number of SCI best articles (10 over 10 deciles) as first author and as last author, the total H-index and the total number of Science Citation Index publications regardless the number of deciles, whereby if this last indicator is zero the paper will not be considered for further review.

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