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September 16th, 2019

Journal Nanotechnology Progress International (JONPI), volume 7, issue 1 out

Abstract:
This issue is a special edition covering the African-nano-conference of Focus Nanotechnologyy Africa-US-EU-Africa-Asia and Caribbean Academy of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (FONAI-USEACANN) at Sheraton hotel, Abuja Nigeria; January 10, 2020. It will be focused on the 7 thematic areas of USEACANN: nano-education, nanomedicine, nano-agriculture, nanoelectronics, nanoenergy, nanofiltration and nanosensors.

Story:
What makes nanoscience and nanotechnology exciting is the convergence of knowledge in a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional and multinational way. The convergence of knowledge as with nanoscience to resolve common problems human cannot and setting pace for beyond innovative nanoresearch cannot be overstated. This edition continues with the tradition of reporting quality nanoresearch and my sincerest appreciation goes to all the participants of the conference and Advance NanoFocus Inc for being a sponsor.

Editor-In-Chief
Ejembi John Onah
Professor of Chemistry, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
President/CEO, Focus Nanotechnology Africa Inc. (FONAI)
This issue is free and can be downloaded from the journal website. JONPI is regarded as the #1 nano journal in scope and coverage with 5 Nobel Laureates as editors among others. JONPI is part of FONAI-US-EU-Africa-Asia-Pacific and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USEACANI) to create awareness on this crucial field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. As a valued customer and supporter, your orders are important to us. For details on order information, visit this website below:
http://fonai.org/Journal.html

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