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ICMAB’s 2020 most published journals - A year in review

Scientific dissemination is clearly dependent on journals to help spread the word about research done all around the world. Many specialized journals, in fields like materials science or nanotechnology, have helped ICMAB Researchers get eyes on their research. These are the journals that have shared more of our research in 2020:

Dec 31, 2020
Glasses and books by Marylou Fortier

journals top 2 2020

There are seven publications that have published four of our articles this year:

  1. Superconductor Science and Technology
  2. Physical Review Letters
  3. Nanomaterials
  4. Materials Letters
  5. Journal of Material Chemistry C
  6. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
  7. Crystals

These journals have published five of our articles:

  1. Journal of Physical Chemistry C
  2. Dalton Transactions
  3. Angewandte Chemie International Edition

The following three journals have published six of our articles:

  1. Nanoscale
  2. Crystal Growth Design
  3. Advanced Functional Materials

The second most published journal on 2020, with 8 publications, was:

And finally, the journal that has collaborated with most ICMAB researchers, publishing a total of 10 ICMAB articles is:

Note: The data has been gathered from the Web of Science-Core collection, as of 14/12/2020. Some articles may be accepted but not yet added to the Web of Science-Core collection, and thus the final data of 2020 can vary. Thank you for your understanding. 

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    A team of researchers demonstrated that 2D porous crystalline molecular frameworks (MOFs) can be grown with excellent control over their morphology and homogeneity by using a custom-made microfluidic device. This approach recreates on Earth the microgravity environment of laboratories on the International Space Stations.
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    21 June 2021 357 hit(s) Press
    New front cover in “Advanced Therapeutics” for the article “Recombinant Human Epidermal Growth Factor/Quatsome Nanoconjugates: A Robust Topical Delivery System for Complex Wound Healing”.
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    06 May 2021 1256 hit(s) Press
    The instrument, developed in the framework of the European project KardiaTool, contains a biosensor chip developed in the Clean Room of the IMB-CNM, and functionalized magnetic nanoparticles synthesized at ICMAB, key to detect the biomarkers found in saliva. It is a quick Point-of-Care saliva test that does not require specialized personnel. 

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