Aim and Scope

Aim and Scope

Electronic Journal of New Materials, Energy and Environment (EJNMEE) is an open access peer-reviewed journal fully available to all readers (Electronic-only format). The journal publishes research articles and topical review articles. The scope of the journal is broad. It aims to disseminate new approaches and ideas in Material Science, Environmental Analyses and Monitoring, Nanophysics, Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies, Nanoparticles synthesis, Nanoparticles experiments, Terrestrial Ecology, Atmospheric Chemistry, Interactions of Pollutants in the Environment, Assessment of Risks of Pollution, Sustainable Energy Systems, Green Energy and Technology, Chemical Energy Systems, Hydrogen Energy, Air Products and Chemicals and new effective technologies by which save energy, natural and industrial catastrophes, protecting the environment, and solving ecological problems. We accept original works, both analytical and experimental, surveys, reviews, also encourage analysis of technologies with commercial aspects related to producing new materials for different applications. There are special issues for thesis and book prepublication and publications with corresponding discussions. We also encourage the authors for submission of short communications, i. e., fast publications including less than or equal to 4 pages. Special issues will be devoted to Conference proceedings and Collections of papers, Collections of abstracts of lectures, Collections of articles of general interest, Collections of articles of miscellaneous specific content, Proceedings of conferences of general interest, Proceedings of conferences of miscellaneous specific interest. In addition, the Journal offers Letters to the Editor, Book reviews and Scientific discussions.

We emphasize some topics of interest as  New Materials, Nanophysics, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies, New Energy Sources, Risk of Environmental Pollution; Processes in Metallurgy; Alloy Phases and Transformations; Mechanical Behavior of Materials; Physical Chemistry; Nanomaterials and Technologies; Environment; Welding and Joining; Surface Treatment; Electronic, Magnetic and Optical Materials; Solidification; Materials Processing; Composite Materials; Biomaterials; Bioelectrochemistry; Fuel Cells and Biofuel Cells; Photoelectrochemistry; Hydrogen Production.

Latest Papers

    • Ludmil Fachikov 
      Amorphous Phosphate Coatings on Steel Surfaces – preparation and characterization 
    • M. Hristova
      Prediction of the flash point of ternary ideal mixtures
    • Book Review by Alfons G. Buekens, Luc Hens
      Environmental Engineering: Principles and Practice 
      By Richard O. Mines, Jr.
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  • Tiny fluorescent carbon dots could make cancer treatment safer and more effective 16th August 2019
    A pioneering new technique that could make light-based cancer treatment more effective and safer for patients, while reducing its cost, has been developed by researchers from the University of Sheffield.
  • Risk assessment at nanoscale level: A closer look at the mimotope variation analysis 16th August 2019
    Since January 2018 the EU project PANBioRA is developing a modular system for a comprehensive risk assessment of biomaterials. The instrument will be able to compare different biomaterials and help doctors to choose the best suited material for a patient before implantation. Another function of the system is the risk assessment of new biomaterials (synthesized […]
  • Optofluidic chip with nanopore 'smart gate' developed for single molecule analysis 16th August 2019
    A new chip-based platform developed by researchers at UC Santa Cruz integrates nanopores and optofluidic technology with a feedback-control circuit to enable an unprecedented level of control over individual molecules and particles on a chip for high-throughput analysis.
  • A new way to hoard resources in nano-sized factories targeted for biotech 15th August 2019
    The lab of Cheryl Kerfeld at Michigan State University has created a synthetic nano-sized factory, based on natural ones found in bacteria. This research could someday lead to new medical, industrial or bioenergy applications.
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  • Solving the big problem of measuring tiny nanoparticles 14th August 2019
    Tiny nanoparticles play a gargantuan role in modern life, even if most consumers are unaware of their presence. They provide essential ingredients in sunscreen lotions, prevent athlete's foot fungus in socks, and fight microbes on bandages. They enhance the colors of popular candies and keep the powdered sugar on doughnuts powdery. They are even used […]