NanoScienceWorks.org Launches to Aid Multi-Disciplined Research

Nanotechnology portal to provide content, community for 20 nano disciplines. NanoScienceWorks.org, a premier interactive web-based "content and community" portal to help nanoscience professionals build new connected communities between universities, research centers, government laboratories and private companies is launching today.

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Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) November 21, 2006

NanoScienceWorks.org, a premier interactive web-based "content and community" portal to help nanoscience professionals build new connected communities between universities, research centers, government laboratories and private companies is launching today.

NanoScienceWorks.org (http://www.nanoscienceworks.org) is a free-to-use membership portal that will provide research, profiles and news on People, Places and Projects in Nanoscience. Beyond content, NanoScienceWorks.org offers interactive online tools to encourage research and collaboration across multiple scientific disciplines.

NanoScienceWorks.org's rich set of content and community features include:

  •     Detailed, up-to-date profiles on the People, Places and Projects in nanoscience from universities, commercial centers and government labs.
  •     One-click access to 20 different nanotechnology-related topics or disciplines, including biology, chemistry, electronics materials, manufacturing and others
  •     An online "Nanopedia" encyclopedia which allows you to search and define terms in several Nano disciplines.
  •     Ways to connect with like-minded colleagues directly or through Poster Sessions

Nanoscience professionals are invited to learn more about Member Benefits and Join NanoscienceWorks.org free of charge at: http://www.nanoscienceworks.org/join_form

NanoScienceWorks.org is underwritten by Taylor and Francis Group, a leading international publisher of Nanoscience, engineering, life sciences, mathematics, and physics titles from CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, Marcel Dekker, Chapman and Hall, and Institute of Physics.

"We are proud to be contributing to the nanoscience community by supporting such a valuable and important information sharing project," said Emmett Dages, President, U.S. Books, Taylor and Francis Group. NanoScienceWorks.org members will also receive discounts of up to 20% on leading reference books and textbooks from CRC Press.

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    NanoScienceWorks.org
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